The routing and start times for 2024 are provisional.
On the Silbertour you master approx. 3,190 meters of altitude spread over three passes. At the beginning you overcome the legendary Gotthard Pass. The departure towards Airolo is on the main road and NOT on the Tremola. This is followed by the Nufenen Pass, the Top of the Alpenbrevet. Finally, you conquer the Furka Pass and after a rapid descent you reach the finish in Andermatt.
Start & Finish:
Starting time (provisional):
06.30h (mass start)
|Phase 1 (9.9.23 – 31.10.23)||115 CHF|
|Phase 2 (1.11.23 – 31.1.24)||125 CHF|
|Phase 3 (1.2.24 – sold out)||135 CHF|
These prices include transaction fees and exclude a CHF 10.00 start number deposit.
3 Mountain Passes
3'200 vertical meters
Provisional route 2024
The ascent from Andermatt to the Gotthard Pass is about 12 kilometres long and has an average gradient of around 5.5 percent. The route begins in Andermatt, an idyllic village in the Swiss Alps. Upon your arrival at the Gotthard Pass at an altitude of about 2,091 meters, you will be rewarded with a spectacular view. The Gotthard Pass is not only an important historical site, but also an impressive natural experience for road cyclists looking for a challenge.
The ascent from Airolo to the Nufenen Pass is the longest climb on the Silbertour. The 23-kilometer route climbs to an altitude of 2,478 meters with an average gradient of about 6 percent. The road winds through the picturesque Val Bedretto and rewards riders with breathtaking views of the surrounding mountain landscape. Once you reach the top of the pass, you can enjoy a spectacular panoramic view over the Alps.
2,478 meters above sea level
The climb from Ulrichen to the Furka Pass is the last hurdle of the Silbertour. The route stretches from Oberwald over about 16 kilometres and has an average gradient of about 7 percent. The road winds through switchbacks and offers spectacular views of the surrounding peaks again and again. Arriving at the Furka Pass, at an altitude of 2,429 metres above sea level, you will be rewarded with a breathtaking panorama. This is followed by a technically demanding downhill run to the finish in Andermatt.
2,429 meters above sea level