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The highest mountain roads in the Alps are a sporting challenge for many racing cyclists. Small roads meander in artistic serpentines along fantastic mountain sceneries, from the eastern alps down to the maritime alps. The German travel journalist and photographer Matthias Rotter has crossed countless alpine passes during his bicycle tours through the alps. Cycle with him over legendary mountain roads, historical trading routes and hidden roads which hardly somebody knows. Leading through deep canyons, along steep abysses and up to snowy summits. Calvendo calendars are premium products - a bit more pricey than others but with added benefits: Our calendars always look beautiful on your wall because we produce them locally with premium paper and sophisticated spiral binding, ensuring easy turning of pages and flat hanging against the wall. A protective transparent plastic cover sheet provides added stability and each calendar comes in five languages. Treat yourself to a Calvendo calendar and you get something that looks better all year round.






Alpine Passes on the Racing Bike Vol. 1 2018: 13 Fascinating Cycling Scenes in the Alps (Calvendo Sports) Matthias Rotter
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This route has it all: plenty of hairpins, a crazy tunnel, several other cols on the way up, a few super high alpine lakes, and && a giant storkAlmost 2000 metres of climb in a deserted cycling paradiseCycling at the Summit Narrow Going to the top of that? view of old barracks and Col du Chaberton far below #3 Col de Rosal 3003 metres The next two climbs actually meet at the summit, high above Val Thorens ski station, climbing opposite sides of the mountainRoutesRoute PlannerAppsRegionsPremiumHelpSuggested ArticlesWhat is Bikemap?Create a routeUpload a routeOffline mapsGo to Help CenterSend us a messageNew RouteStart with blank routeUpload GPX/KML fileCycle Route PlannerLots of old fortifications along the wayBernard is a side road into a long valleymore information Top 5 Road Bike Tours in TirolShow on mapKitzbhel HornRoad bike Starting point: Centre of Kitzbhel Length: 22 km Elevation uphill: 890 m Riding time: 1 h 30 min Difficulty rating: difficult View description of hikeShow on mapOlympia Express Innsbruck Village RideRoad bike Starting point: Innsbruck Length: 180 km Elevation uphill: 2,800 m Riding time: 7 h 30 min Difficulty rating: medium View description of hikeShow on mapThe Kaunertal Glacier RoadRoad bike Starting point: Prutz Length: 77 km Elevation uphill: 1,880 m Riding time: 4 h 30 min Difficulty rating: difficult View description of hikeShow on mapThe tztal Glacier RoadRoad bike Starting point: Slden Length: 29 km Elevation uphill: 1,500 m Riding time: 3h Difficulty rating: difficult View description of hikeShow on mapZillertal High RoadRoad bike Starting point: Strass in Zillertal Valley Length: 34 km Elevation uphill: 1,480 m Riding time: 4h Difficulty rating: difficult View description of hike Don't Miss: Tirol's Road Bike EventsTannheimer Tal Cycling MarathonThe 9th Cycling Marathon in amazingly beautiful Tannheimer Tal Valley More InformationArlberg GiroRoad cycling at its finestand hardest: The Arlberg Giro Road Race is, More InformationBergkaiser King of the MountainGaining a nasty 1,400 vertical meters, the Bergkaiser race will take avid More Informationtztal Cycling MarathonNow in its 37th year, the tztal Cycling Marathon competes for the title of More InformationKufstein Land Cycling MarathonLast year, the first edition of the Kufstein Land Cycling Marathon took 500 More Information Innsbruck Tourismus/Tom Bause 2018 UCI Road World ChampionshipsTirol will host the 2018 UCI Road World Championships, the races returning to Austria for the third timeA tiny lake and a savage stretch of French border provide a greeting at the summit

RELATED: Bicycling's Buyer's Guide: The Best Adventure Bikes of 2016 2Close {* mergeAccounts {"custom": true} *} { renderedcurrentphoto } { currentdisplayName } { currentemailAddress } { foundExistingAccountText } { currentemailAddress }Stay Loose On day three, we tackled the Col du Sanetsch, a pass that connects the town of Sion in the Valais region to Gsteig in the Bern regionThe geographic col is above at 2780 metresWhich would be the best rides for a gravel bike? Anyone out there fancy taking a few of these on with me next years as the days warm up and lengthen? Reply Will on December 3, 2016 10:21 am Hi Elliot, The issue is rarely the climbing but the descendingThe route du Parpaillon was built between 1891 and 1911 by the French military to link the Ubaye and Embrun valleysBut wowYour existing password has not been changed

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Earl slopes Tunnel Nice lake My pal the stork #12 Monte Fraiteve 2702 metres Hairpins below Monte Fraitve This is another detour above the Strada dellAssietta, but above Sestrire, the opposite end from FinestreForget Strava I am dead last on the leaderboard for the Col du SanetschLe Bar 3200 was open alps Cycling gravel highest roads mountain bike sommeiller vtt ShareMix It Up On the day we climbed the Sanetsch, instead of turning around and riding back, we took a cable car down the other side into the town of Gsteig (there’s no road to descend in that direction)From Les Arcs 2000 village one can cycle past Col de Chal (2460 metres) and then up towards Aguille RougeAs the lane turned to dirt and storm clouds began to gather (common late-afternoon weather in the Alps), a choir of cowbells transformed the little valley into an echoing cathedralUse the bike route planner to explore the extensive network of quiet back roads and virtually inexhaustible supply of on-road bicycle routesThe summit has the ruins of Fort du Jafferau, the second highest in the AlpsSay Hello to the Locals 2/9 Alain Rumpf and grandtoursproject.com 2

The grades will make you question your life choices and the views will make your head explodeTrending Col de lIseran Bike Day The Best Road Bike Climbs in Central Switzerland Oberaarsee (above Grimselpass) and Furkapass High Jura Trails: Colomby de Gex, Mont Rond Lac(s) Jovet Croix du Nivolet / Col de la Doriaz Gravel Col Hunting Above Lake Annecy Les Voirons RSS Twitter Navigate Home The Challenge My 2017 Cycling Challenge My 2016 Cycling Challenge My 2015 Cycling Challenge My 2014 Cycling Challenge Older Challenges Maps French Alps South French Alps French Pyrennes Switzerland Big Mountain Bike Climbs Italy: Dolomites and nearby Italy: Valle dAoste / Piemonte Jura: French & Swiss Vosges Mountains Features The Twenty Highest Paved Cycling Climbs in France 15 Great Cycling Climbs to Alpine Dams/Lakes The Ten Highest Paved Cycling Climbs in Italy The Ten Twenty Highest Paved Cycling Climbs in Switzerland The Maurienne Valley The Ten Best Cycling Climbs from Lake Annecy Galibier: A Brief History Book Review: Mountain High More Reviews Mountain Bike Pic du Midi de Biggore Colle del Sommeiller Col de la Monte du Fond Map of Best Climbs More Photos Hay Surfing Beers at Summits Ten Fun Tunnels to Cycle in the Alps Cows My FLICKR Photos Contact Me You are at:HomeFeaturesTwenty of the Highest Unpaved Cycling Roads in the Alps (I am scared of heights) Twenty of the Highest Unpaved Cycling Roads in the Alps 21 By Will on September 26, 2016 Features, Mountain Bike This updates a December 2015 post with five now ten more climbsThis year I finally made it happenThe reward at the end of the road the beautiful Lago Misrin at 2580 metresWhere, in your opinion, are the best stretches of gravel biking tracks around Europe/the Alps? Here in Vaud/Valais, Switzerland, you could probably poach an egg on the flat, smooth roads in the summerDont forget to carry your bike up some rocks to get above 3000 metres{* #registrationForm *} {* emailAddress *} {* displayName *} {* newPassword *} {* newPasswordConfirm *} By clicking "Create Account", you confirm that you accept our terms of service and have read and understand privacy policyOn day one, Alain showed up at the Hotel Alpe Fleurie in Villars-sur-Ollon with a rented Scott Foil for me, and by pedal stroke number two we were climbing a steep section of the Col de la Croix, a pass that connects Villars-sur-Ollon with neighboring Les Diablerets.A LONG time ago I cycled to the top of Sunnega funicular 2ffeafca65



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