A favourite climb used many time in the Tour de France. In 2022 riders had to climb this HC beast both ways. This is the first crossing for the riders, they still had another HC climb to tackle - The Col du Granon where stage 11 finished, Stage 12 would then take them back up the Galibier finishing on the Alpe D'Huez.
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Col du Galibier
All images are printed on Giclée fine art paper from Hahnemühle, there are 3 options to choose from and unless specified will be printed edge to edge:
1. Fine Art Pearl 285gsm
Pearl is a cellulose-based fine art paper with a textured surface and a smooth touch finish. This bright white paper has a specialist coating that produces a pearlgloss finish, providing depth and detail to both colour and black-and-white photography.285gsm thicknessBright white, pearl finish.
2. Torchon 285gsmHahnemühle Torchon is a cellulose-based fine art paper with a beautifully tactile finish. This bright white paper has clear, coarsely structured felt marks and provides outstanding print results, with bright colours and perfect reproduction of detail. Torchon is lignin and acid free, making it extremely age resistant.
Bright white, matt finish
3. William Turner 190gsm
William Turner is a traditional mould-made watercolour paper. This white cotton paper does not contain optical brighteners and is popular due to its fine yet pronounced texture. This paper creates stunning contrasts and deep blacks resulting in outstanding depth. It's also acid-free and lignin-free, making it extremely age-resistant.
Watercolour paper with tactile finish
No refunds, exchanges or returns are possible when order is completed.
All images are printed by a trusted third party. In the unlikely event you notice imperfections, please contact me asap so I can assess the print and decide if a reprint is necessary.