Routes

Nowhere else can you tackle so many passes and vertical meters in one day as on the Swiss Cycling Alpenbrevet. The Platinutour offers the epic passes Susten, Grimsel, Nufenen, Lukmanier and Oberalp and is strictly limited to 500 participants. Those who feel unable to meet this challenge can switch to the shorter but not less attractive Gold or Silvertour. The Goldtour leads over four passes, and the Silvertour attracts visitors with the historic Tremola on the Gotthard, among other things.

5 mountain Passes

264 Kilometers

7'170m altitude difference

4 mountain Passes

206 Kilometers

5'100m altitude difference

3 mountain Passes

103 Kilometers

3'190m altitude difference

2 mountain Passes

59 Kilometers

2'190m altitude difference

The Platintour is the toughest challenge at this year’s Alpenbrevet. Start and finish are as usual in Andermatt. During the crossing of Susten, Grimsel, Nufenen, Lukmanier and Oberalppass you will climb almost 7’000 meters of altitude – with your bike.

The Goldtour is a great challenge. Start and finish are as usual in Andermatt. During the crossing of the Furka, Nufenen, Lukmanier and Oberalp Pass, you climb almost 5,000 metres in altitude – with your bike. After four passes and a last descent from the Oberalp Pass, an incomparable feeling of happiness awaits you at the finish.

The legendary Gotthard pass awaits you on the Silvertour. Start and finish are as usual in Andermatt. During the crossing of Furka, Nufenen and Gotthard you will master almost 4,000 metres in altitude. After the last descent at the Gotthard, you are one of the admirable finishers of the Silvertour.

The legendary Gotthard pass awaits you on the Bronzetour. The start line is in Obergoms and you finish your ride in Andermatt. During the crossing of Nufenen and Gotthard you will master 2’190 metres in altitude. After the last descent on the Gotthard, you are one of the admirable finishers of the Bronzetour.