Scratch Off Alpine Cycling Print

by Maps International



  • made in britain

If you're seeking to step up a gear with your cycling, you can challenge yourself with the Scratch Off Alpine Cycle Climbs Map print.

This map shows a total of 122 stunning cycling climbs in the Alps, across 4 countries, with the location of familiar cols (Alpine passes) to conquer. The climbs are categorised into different difficulty levels, based on heights gained, and distance travelled, from a specific starting point. So you can pick whichever route or col you're most comfortable with. Conquer a climb and scratch it off your map. Whether you're on road, track or dirt path, the Scratch Off Alpine Cycle Climbs print will be a real conversation starter in any home.

Designed by specialist map makers, our team of cartographers create beautiful maps. Detail as well as design is what we do best. Our philosophy of 'good cartography' is what we hope people will love and appreciate.

Available as print only or framed (black and white).

made from:

Print: 170gsm laminated print with latex coating.

Pinboard wooden frame: Mounted onto Kapa mount foam centred board and then placed in a wood frame. Made from real ayous wood. Please note there is no perspex glazing included with this frame.


Print & Frame: 59.4 (w) x 42 (h) cm

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