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2 days motorbike route, discover a...
Bernese Oberland, Oberalp, Susten passes, Furka, Grimsel.
Distance: 333 km
Travel time: 5:59
Distance: 330 km
Travel time: 5:56
Day 1 (See Google Maps):
We leave Annemasse towards Thonon, to take the Abondance valley to Chatel.
We cross in Morgins and enter Switzerland. You can see beautiful views of the Dents du Midi.
We cross the Rhone to head of Ollon and Villars-sur-Ollon.
We pass the Col de la Croix to join the Diablerets.
We then pass the Col du Pillon and Gstaad, and continue to Thun and Lake of the same name, which bypasses the north and east.
We arrive at Interlaken and then along Lake Brienz in the north.
It goes through Meiringen, a nice medieval city.
Shortly after you enter in the gorges of the river, to pass the Grimsel Pass and down to Gletsch.
It then attacks the rise of the Furka Pass, the source of the Rhone glacier before descending Andermatt.
We continue to stop at Wassen.
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Day 2 (see Google Maps):
We leave Wassen for the climb of Susten. Stop 4 km after the pass to the "corner of paradise" (Himmelrank) to enjoy the magnificent view of the valley and surrounding peaks Gadmen.
It turns a bit in the opposite direction around the path of Meiringen, but then branches off north towards Lake Lungern.
It is beyond the lake and from the west on the "Panorama Strasse" and the climb of Glaubenbielenpass.
We enter the canton of Lucerne and we go back north towards Flühli.
It then branches off in the direction of Thun.
After Thun we turn on Aigle, Château d'Oex, then back to Annemasse along Lake Geneva in the south, Evian, Thonon-les-bains and Bons-en-Chablais.
Updated : 21/10/11
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