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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 Abondance valley to Chatel.
We go across Morgins pass and enter Switzerland. You can see breathtaking views of Dents du Midi.
We cross Rhone river to go to Ollon and Villars-sur-Ollon.
We pass Croix pass (Col de la Croix) to join Les Diablerets.
We then go across Pillon pass and Gstaad, and continue to Thun and lake of the same name, which we bypass from north and east side.
We arrive at Interlaken and then along Lake Brienz from north side.
We go through Meiringen, a nice medieval city.
Shortly after you enter Aare canyon to go across Grimsel Pass and down to Gletsch.
We then rise in direction of Furka Pass, Rhone source glacier, before going down to Andermatt.
We continue to Wassen.
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Day 2 (see Google Maps):
We leave Wassen to climb the Susten. Stop 4 km after the pass to the "paradise corner" (Himmelrank) to enjoy the magnificent view of the valley on Gadmen canyon and surrounding peaks.
We turn back a bit around Meiringen, but then branches off north towards Lungern lake.
After the lake, take west direction on "Panorama Strasse" and climb to Glaubenbielenpass.
We enter canton of Lucerne and we go north towards Flühli.
We then take Thun direction.
After Thun we go to Château d'Oex and Aigle, then back to Annemasse along Leman lake south side, Evian, Thonon-les-bains and Bons-en-Chablais.
Updated : 10/10/20
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