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.
2 Mountain Passes
2'190m ALTITUDE DIFFERENCE
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provisional route map
On a 13-kilometre-long road you climb 1,119 metres in altitude before you can enjoy the view of the Valais at 2,478 metres above sea level. This climb offers an average gradient of 8.6% – not for the faint-hearted! In contrast to the medieval pass crossing on the Grimsel, the pass road over the Nufenen was not opened until 1964. At the top you should not forget the Pass-Selfie. Afterwards there is a long descent to Airolo!
2,478 meters above sea level
Strengthened, you are heading for the last big crossing. On the way to the top of the pass you will enjoy the legendary Tremola. Here 24 hairpin bends are waiting for you! On cobblestones you can feel like a professional who has to ride the hard version of Paris-Roubaix. Riding up here requires some stamina, but believe us, it’s worth it! During your ascent from Airolo, 931 metres of altitude difference are waiting for you to ride. The average gradient is 7% over a distance of 12 kilometres. The rapid descent towards the finish compensates for all the exertions. Finished – wow!
2,107 meters above sea level