Tour de France "Hors catégorie" climbs

The following climbs, used in the Tour de France have been ranked Hors catégorie at least once. Hors catégorie is a French term used in cycle races (most notably, the Tour de France) to designate a climb that is "beyond categorization", an incredibly tough climb. Most climbs in cycling are designated from Category 1 (hardest) to Category 4 (easiest), based on both steepness and length.  A climb that is harder than Category 1 is designated as Hors Catégorie.

Col Height (m.) No. of times
visited
No. of HC
climbs
First time
as HC climb
Most recent Profile[1]
Col Agnel 2744 2 2 2008 2011 [1]
Alpe d'Huez 1860 27 23 1979 2011 [2]
Andorra Arcalis 2240 2 2 1997 2009 [3]
Col d' Aubisque 1709 46[2] 12 1980 2011 [4]
Port de Balès 1755 2 2 2007 2010 [5]
Plateau de Beille 1780 5 5 1998 2011 [6]
Col de la Bonette 2715 4 2 1993 2008 [7]
Chamrousse 1730 1 1 2001 2001 [8]
Col de la Croix-de-Fer 2067 15 7 1989 2008 [9]
Col du Galibier 2645 32 18 1979 2011 [10]
Col du Glandon 1924 12 3 1981 2001 [11]
Col du Granon 2413 1 1 1986 1986 [12]
Hautacam 1560 4 4 1994 2008 [13]
Col de l' Iseran 2770 5 2 1992 2007 [14]
Isola 2000 1900 1 1 1993 1993 [15]
Col d' Izoard 2360 23 6 1986 2011 [16]
Col de Joux-Plane 1691 11 6 1981 2006 [17]
La Plagne 1980 4 4 1984 2002 [18]
Port de Larrau 1573 2 2 1996 2007 [19]
La Ruchère-en-Chartreuse 1160 1 1 1984 1984 [20]
Col de la Lombarde 2351 1 1 2008 2008 [21]
Luz Ardiden 1715 7 7 1985 2011 [22]
Col de la Madeleine 1993 22 14 1980 2010 [23]
Col du Mont-Cenis 2083 5 1 1999 1999 [24]
Port de Pailhères 2001 3 2 2005 2010 [25]
Pla d'Adet 1669 9 4 1981 2005 [26]
Pra Loup 1630 2 1 1980 1980 [27]
Puy de Dôme 1415 13 2 1983 1986 [28]
Col du Soudet 1540 6 2 1987 2006 [29]
Col du Soulor 1474 19 1 1982 1982 [30]
Superbagnères 1770 6 1 1986 1986 [31]
Col du Tourmalet 2115 53[3] 20 1980 2011 [32]
 Val Thorens 2275 1 1 1994 1994 [33]
Mont Ventoux 1909 14 4 1987 2009 [34]