The Rouvy team was in Switzerland last month to record new routes for you! We are now bringing you a small taste of these routes. In our humble opinion, you really have something to look forward to! Check them out, and enjoy the beauty of Swiss nature!


Susten Pass is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 2.264 m. (7,428 ft.) above sea level, located in the Swiss Alps. The road over the pass is asphalted. It was built between 1938 and 1945, and it links the Reuss Valley, at the foot of the Gotthard Mountain, with the Hasli Valley in the Bernese Oberland, and the village of Wassen in Canton Uri, with Innertkirchen in Canton Bern. A 300 meter-long tunnel crosses the pass at 2.224 meters.

Opened in 1945, it was the first pass road to be purposely-built for vehicular traffic. With its 26 bridges and tunnels, it was regarded at the time as one of the most beautiful roads in Europe.

Distance: 17.9 km
Avg. Grade: 7 %
Ascended: 1,264 m
Max. Grade: 12 %

The Klausen Pass is the first "major" Alpine pass you reach when driving south from Zurich. Klausen Pass is a high mountain pass with an elevation of 1,948 m. (6,391 ft.) above sea level, located in the central Swiss Alps. It’s said to have 136 curves with a difference in altitude of 1,237 meters (bottom to top) to reach the summit. Serpentine by serpentine, the incredibly scenic drive that links the cantons of Uri and Glarus pulls up in front of a beautiful mountain panorama way up the pass summit. The road is asphalted. Using the highway, you can be at the foot of the pass in a little over 1 hour - it really is a passage directly into the heart of the Alps.

Distance: 31.34 km
Avg. Grade: 4%
Ascended: 1,394 m
Max. Grade: 15%

de: 15%
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