No guided tour
scheduled for 2018
Independent Tour : 3250 CHF
10 nights (Optional rest days)
Shorter tours possible.
Dates : March through SeptemberBOOK TOUR
The grass is wet, the cows are out and so is the sun. We’ll start slowly and quietly by veering off route #4 and onto Regional Route #59 to keep things pastoral.
This first stretch of road is relatively flat and will take you past the dairy farms that have made the region and its cheese legendary. The silhouette of Fribourg will eventually appear in the distance as we get back on our Alpine Route. We’ll then bike through the deep cut ravines of the “Sensegraben” and then into the Gantrisch nature park for our picnic lunch.
Turn your ear and hear the sing-song calls to the cows in Schwyzerdütsch and see the cabbages growing: you’ve passed into the Swiss-german side of Switzerland.
We’ll be doing gentle climbs the rest of the day until we see the city of Thun. It’s castle and lake shine in the distance and we’ll coast down to our 4-star hotel situated directly on the lake.