(approx. 645 km, 8 days / 7 nights, guided tour)
The Tour of Switzerland leads over six cycling stages and many well-known Alpine passes. On the first day we start with one of the most beautiful roads of Switzerland: The western climb of the Sustenpass.
Later on the Albulapass with the famous train track and the Gotthardpass with its cobble stones will follow together with many more big names. There is still time for some treasures and the short dead end road from Grimselpass to Oberaarsee is definitely among the best roads of the Alps.
Characteristic of the route:
Sportive roadbike trip for road cyclists with good fitness. The Swiss Alpine passes require a lot of basic fitness as there are several very long climbs on the route.
Day 1: Individual arrival at Grandhotel Giessbach in Brienz (Bernese Highlands). Car park for the whole week available (15 Sfr.). Dinner with the group.
Day 2: Giessbachfälle – Winterlücke – Sustenpass – Altdorf (98km / 2700hm), short cut: skip Winterlücke (90km / 2000hm)
Day 3: Altdorf – Klausenpass – Kerenzerberg – Chur (137km / 2400hm)
Day 4: Chur – Lenzerheide – Albulapass – Pontresina (78km / 2500hm), extension: Berninapass
(108km / 3000hm)
Day 5: Pontresina – Malojapass – Splügenpass – Splügen (96km / 2000hm), extension: Juf (166km / 3600hm)
Day 6: Splügen – Passo del San Bernardino – Gotthardpass – Andermatt (150km / 2700hm)
Day 7: Andermatt – Furkapass – Grimselpass – Grosse Scheidegg – Giessbachfälle (146km / 3400hm), short cut: Grosse Scheidegg auslassen (94km / 2000hm)
Day 8: Individual homeward journey.
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