Find here all the information on closures, works and the state of our roads in the Vercors

vercors road with panoramic view
Cyclist in a tunnel on the road to Presles in the Vercors

state of the roads in the vercors

Updated on September 28, 2023

Bourne Gorges Route (D531):

From September 05 to October 20, 2023, traffic will be cut off on the road from Villard de Lans to Rencurel (45.082062, 5.485517):
- Monday to Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 17 p.m.
- Friday from 8 a.m. to 30 p.m.

Diversions put in place:
- For light vehicles: via the RD215c, route d'Herbouilly, D221, D103
- For heavy goods vehicles via the RD1532

Road to Presles (D292): Open

Ecouges Road (D35): Open

Nan Gorges Road (D22): Open

Goulets Road (D518): Open

from September 11 to November 30, 2023, complete closure (including nights and weekends) between Ste Eulalie en Royans and Echevis.

Route de Combe-Laval (D76): Open

Battle Pass (D199): Open

Col de Tourniol (D101): Open

Road to Herbouilly (D221): Open

Faz Road (D31): Open

More information on the routes:

Department of Isère: click here.

Department of Drôme: click here.


Small Goulets: 3.50 m (D518)
Great Goulets: 4.30 m (D518)
Arps road: 4.40 m (D2)
Col de Rousset: 4.40 m (D518)
Combe Laval: 3.50 m and 3t5 (D76)
Col de la Bataille: 4.40 m (D199)
Pioneer pass: 4.30 m (D331)
Bourne Gorge: 3.50 m (D531)
Presles road: 3.20 m (D292)
Ecouges canyon: 2.60 m (D35)
Nan Gorge: 2.95 m (D22)

tunnel and panorama on the ecouges roadSandrine and Matt Booth

Obligation to have chains or equip vehicles with winter tires in mountainous areas

> In Isère: here

> In the Drôme:  here