This unique alpine tour has it all. We experience, in the true sense of the word, the highlights of Western Europe.
|per rider in shared twin/double room||€1,749.00 $1,945.69 ?|
|per person single room (surcharge)||€799.00 $888.85 ?|
|1/2 double room on request if available|
|15-day guided motorcycle tour of the Alps via the Route des Grandes Alpes and some of the most beautiful and highest mountain roads in Austria, Italy, Switzerland and France|
|14 overnight stays in selected hotels and accommodations of the good tourist, middle and upper class|
|Dinner on riding days|
|Planning the unguided tour|
|GPX and GDB file of the planning to upload to your own GPS device|
|Detailed route description|
|1 exclusive tour-memory T-shirt|
|Customer money protection in accordance with the Austrian Travel Agency Security Ordinance|
|All expenses related to the operation of the motorcycle, such as Gasoline; oil|
|Tolls (possibly pass roads, motorways)|
|Expenditure for personal needs|
|furthermore all services which are not expressly listed as included, included services|
|Travel insurance with cancellation protection|
|Medium to heavy. With motorway stages, city crossings, mountain crossings with partly very narrow bends and serpentines. Not suitable for untrained riders. Total distance from or to Pfunds: 2,800 kilometres|
|Extra nights in pounds are possible on request, please just contact us!|
|Language: This offer is usually suitable for English and/or German speaking participants. We will gladly provide binding information upon request.|
|Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.|
One of the tour highlights: The highest asphalted alpine road, the summit road around the Cime de Bonette. At 2,802 metres above sea level, it offers fantastic views of the majestic mountain massifs of the surrounding area and far into the valleys of rock and stone. Sights like this one are characteristic for our tour through the Alps.
Starting from Pfunds in Tyrol, we will travel up and down well over 20 magnificent Alpine passes in 15 days, through bends, hairpin bends and serpentines towards the southern French coast and back again. From Lake Geneva, the route takes you over passes with resounding names such as Col de l'Iseran (2,770 m), Col du Galibier (2,645 m) or Col d'Izoard (2,360 m) over the famous Route des Grandes Alpes. This unique road overcomes a total height difference of 15,700 metres over a length of about 700 km. Also the famous winter sports place Val-d'Isère, where we spend a night, is on our way that leads us up to the Côte d'Azur. Before we then start from Menton in northern direction, we of course visit Monaco and Nizza. The highlights on the way back are no less spectacular: the Grand Canyon du Verdon is one of the largest gorges in Europe, Alpe d'Huez is one of the most famous destinations of the Tour de France, the Stelvio Pass is the highest pass in the Eastern Alps. One highlight chases the next. On the tour through the Alps.
Our exclusive travel program:
Day 1: Arrival in Pfunds in Tirol
The first hotel overnight stay of the tour "Through the Alps" is in the upper Inn Valley in Tyrol. The journey there is independent. At the first dinner you can go through the details for the coming eventful days. Overnight stay in room Pfunds (A).
Day 2: Pounds - Flims230 km
From now on your motorcycles will only see country roads up to the Côte d'Azur. You cross the border to Italy at the Reschenpass, then continue to the Swiss border. Over the Ofen Pass you come to St. Moritz, one of the most famous winter sports resorts in the world. After the Julier Pass you cross the Rhine Gorge until you reach your destination for the day, Flims in Graubünden.
Overnight stay in the Flims area (CH).
Day 3: Flims - Thonon-les-Bains320 km
With the Oberalp Pass and the Susten Pass you will experience two of the most beautiful passes in Switzerland before you reach Lake Geneva south of Montreux and cross the French border shortly before the spa town of Evian. You will spend the night in Thonon-les-Bains, the village at the beginning of the famous "Route des Grandes Alpes", the Great Alpine Road. (F)
Day 4: Start of the Route des Grandes Alpes
Thonon-les-Bains - Val d'Isère220 km
The adventure of the Big Alpine Road begins: almost 700 km up to Menton, sweetened with 17 of the most beautiful alpine passes and an excursion to the highest road of the Alps at all, with a height of more than 2.800 m above sea level. Over passes (pass = French "Col") with resounding names such as "Col des Gets", "Col de la Colombière" and "Cormet de Roselend" you enter the Route des Grandes Alpes until you reach your world-famous overnight destination: Val d'Isère.
Day 5: Val d'Isère -Briançon150 km
Right at the beginning of the day you will experience one of the highlights of the week: The Col de l'Iseran is with 2.746 m above sea level the highest alpine pass. With the Col du Galibier (2,642 m) and the Col du Lautaret (2,058 m), two further mountain crossings at over 2,000 m above sea level await you.
Overnight stay in the room Serre Chevallier / Briançon.
Day 6: Briançon - Barcelonnette160 km
Today is once again dedicated to the two thousand metre peaks: via the Col d'Izoard (2,360 m) and the Col de Vars (2,111 m) you will reach the junction with the highest road in the Alps: you leave the Route des Grandes Alpes and make a detour to the Col de la Bonette (2,715 m) and then to the ring road around the summit, which reaches its highest point at 2,802 m above sea level. Overnight stay in the Barcelonnette room.
Day 7: Barcelonnette - Menton210 km
Over the Col de Cayolle (2.327 m) you reach the southern end of the Route des Grandes Alpes: Menton is the most eastern and therewith the first French place at the Côte d'Azur.
Here we will spend the next 3 nights.
Day 8: Menton - day off
You have earned it: The day is at your free disposal and can be used completely for relaxation. Thus, those who like can comfortably walk alongside the beach and enjoy the Promenade de Soleil as also the Italian flair of the oldtown of Menton. Or just let the sun shine on your stomach. Overnight stay in Menton at the Cote d'Azur.
Day 9: Day off / Nice - Monaco0 - 65 km
The day is also planned as a rest day. Those who find this too boring can make a side trip to Nizza and Monaco.
Day 10: Menton - Gorges du Verdon240 km
Freshly rested, you will set off for one of the most spectacular gorges in Europe: the Gorge of Verdon. At their deepest point, the rock faces rise up to 700 m. If the weather is suitable, a stop for a swim in the reservoir Lac de St. Croix is a unique experience. Overnight stay in the Gorges du Verdon / Castellane area.
Day 11: Gorges du Verdon - Alpe d'Huez240 km
One of the most renowned winter sports resorts in France and in summer especially known as the most important mountain arrival of the Tour de France: The ascent to Alpe d'Huez with its countless hairpin bends is a very special experience even for motorcyclists. Overnight stay in the Alpe d'Huez area.
Day 12: Alpe d'Huez - Courmayeur210 km
Via the small St. Bernhard you will reach the next world-famous winter sports resort: the route to Courmayeur takes you to Italy and to the foot of the Mont Blanc. Overnight stay in Courmayeur. (I)
Day 13: Courmayeur - Lake Como340 km
Before you reach Lake Como, you will pass Milan and densely populated areas and will ride most of the way on the motorway. Overnight stay in the area Lago di Como / Bormio. (I)
Day 14: Lago di Como - Pfunds180 km
The last stage has it all again and with the Passo di Stelvio, or in English: the Stelvio Pass, the highest and most famous mountain crossing of the Eastern Alps in the program. Passing the Reschensee with its famous sunken church we reach again the starting point of your tour: Pfunds in Tirol. Overnight stay in pounds. (A)
Day 15: Official end of the tour - Return home
Unfortunately, your extraordinary journey ends today. After breakfast you will set off on your journey home with many new memories.
Extra nights in pounds are possible on request, please contact us here!