ALPINE

No guided tour

scheduled for 2018


Independent Tour : 3,190 CHF

(10-nights)

Shorter tours possible.

Dates : March through September

BOOK TOUR

If you’re a strong and experienced road cyclist who enjoys climbing, this is your tour.

Cyclists will ride an average 75 km a day with around 1000 meters of daily climbing.

Expect to spend 6 to 7 hours in the saddle each day.
Standard: Tour des Alpes Road, Tour des Alpes Hybrid, Tandem
Upgrade: Trek Emonda SL, 400 chf
Upgrade: Trek Silque SL Lady, 400 chf
Upgrade: Trek Domane SL7 (Di2), 600 chf
  • Experienced local guides
  • Premium lodging (3 and 4 star hotels)
  • A 2017 touring bicycle with bags, bottles, lock, tools, etc.
  • Personal bike fitting at shop
  • Support van for luggage or weary cyclists
  • Catered lunches and restaurant dinners included (except one lunch and one dinner )
  • Cocktail nights
  • GPS navigation on all bikes & our own maps.
  • Special events (wine tasting, farm breakfasts, bonfire night, etc.)
  • Return train travel back to Geneva with stop-over in Berne
  • Note: Transportation for optional bike on Day Five of the Guided Alpine Tour is not included.
  • Orientation and bicycle fitting at shop
  • Fully equipped new 2017 touring bicycles
  • All accommodation in 3 and 4 star hotels
  • All breakfasts
  • Return train to Geneva
  • Return of bicycle to Geneva
  • GPS navigation, maps
  • Luggage transfers
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Alpine Route Tour Day 9: Weesen -> Appenzell

Get up early to watch the sun burn the fog of the lake. We'll then cycle north on a long flat stretch before reaching the climbs that bring us to the Appenzell region.

This is perhaps how you’ve imagined Switzerland: neat little houses perched on manicured alps, men cutting grass with scythes, blooming flowers decorating tidy villages. Ask about how the fields and farmhouses are kept so immaculate and even the Swiss will conceed that the Appenzellers are a tad obsessive. Nevermind: it’s a cyclists paradise and so we’ve decided to take some extra time to explore.

We’ll make our way through Appenzell’s most beautiful valleys with the Santis mountain always in the foreground. It’s an Appenzell icon and we’ll skirt the base of before heading off to the pasture lands

Our overnight is in the center of the small city of Appenzell itself. This is a very popular destination for tour groups, but we'll be pulling in late afternoon after the buses have left and have the streets, shops and beer gardens to ourselves.

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