Road Cycling Highlight
The Tremola is the historic pass road over the Gotthard. In the most spectacular section the road overcomes a length of four kilometers 300 meters in 24 bends. The cobblestone (pavé) made of granite stones, which is famous for cycling, is largely preserved. The aboslute non plus ultra for passport drivers!
February 9, 2018
The Gotthard Pass was since the Middle Ages to the construction of the railway and motorway tunnel one of the important north-south links across the Alps. Wikipedia
Height: 2,106 m
Mountain range: Alps
Max. Slope: 9%
Ø gradient: 5.5% (659 m / 12 km)
October 12, 2017
In contrast to the Gotthard traffic jam on the A2, the Gotthard Pass is highly recommended, especially from the south across the old road through the Val Tremola, which should not be missing in any racing bike pass list. But the north slope is attractive, but because of the heavy traffic but rather recommended in the early morning hours.
August 20, 2018
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