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Alps (Switzerland)

  • The looming Alps for cyclists looking for a challenge (e.g. Männlichen and Sustenpass) and small hills and flatter areas to match every fitness and interest level (e.g. Lake Brienz)
  • Most major passes are far less travelled and in great condition!
  • Andermatt is next to the most scenic of them all; Passo del San Gottardo. A fantastic spot to ride all colls of the Alpenbrevet!
  • The Jungfrau region (Grindelwals, Brienz and Meiringen) offers spectacular views of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau. The landscape is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

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East-Tirol (Austria)

  • Unrivaled climbs and some of Europe’s hardest climbs within cycling distance (e.g. Monte Zoncolan and Oscheniksee)
  • Very moderate price level
  • Off the beaten track: less crowded compared to France, Italy and Switzerland.

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La Plagne (France)

  • Great region to conquer both classic cols such as La Plagne, Col de la Madeleine and Col d’Iseran and unknown beauties such as Cormet de Roselend!
  • Less crowded compared to other French regions.
  • Moderate price level and the famous French cuisine at your doorstep!

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Pyrenees (La France)

  • Infamous cols such as L’Aubisque, Col du Tourmalet, Hautacam and Luz-Ardiden with all cols within a 20-30km radius
  • Less crowded compared to the French Alps (Bourg d’Oisans/Alpe d’Huez-region)
  • Possibility to cycle the “Marmotte Granfondo Pyrénées”

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Dolomites (Italy)

  • Cycle the “Maratona dles Dolomites” (organised or by yourself)
  • Famous cols and climbs such as the Passo Pordoi, Passo Fedaia and the Passo delle Erbe
  • Amazing UNESCO world heritage site and great food!

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