A moderately strenuous but very scenic tour taking in the highest point in mainland Portugal, within the Serra da Estrela National Park. Two separate climbs on lightly-trafficked roads culminate in a thrilling descent back to the start.
An epic ride on the longest continuous paved climb in the world. Taking in a shade over 3,000m of climbing with ~56km on the way up, and another 56km coming back.
A terrific climb over a well-made Alpine pass, with an enjoyable descent hugging the cliff edge, then continuing along the aquamarine waters of Lake Lucerne. Location & Terrain Nestled in the Glarus Alps, the Klausen Pass rises to 1,948m between Linthal, in the canton of Glarus, and Altdorf, in Uri. The roads are wide and well made,…
A long but beautiful tour of the Zürcher Oberland, taking in three lakes, a steam train, and a fun descent (and the ascent!) from Sternenberg, a small village.