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Granfondo San Gottardo

July 21 2024
Ambri Switzerland
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Distances: 52, 115km
Difficulty: Difficult terrain with longer, steeper hills

Experience one of the most famous pass roads in Switzerland: the historic Tremola. 

You can choose between two route lengths: short and sweet over 52 kilometres or
long and epic with 115 kilometres over the Gotthard, Furka and Nufenen passes.

Timekeeping will take place on the climbs to the Gotthard Pass, Furka Pass and Nufenen Pass.

Ambrì: the start

From Ambrì you head to Airolo, where the climb to the Gotthard Pass begins on the old Tremola road, which with its countless hairpin bends in granite cobbles climbs to 2106 meters, the top of the pass; the efforts are rewarded with the view of one of the most impressive panoramas of the Swiss Alps.

The ascent to Furka

After Andermatt, it’s time to tackle the Furka Pass. Switzerland's highest Alpine pass challenges the most daring cyclists with hairpin bends and majestic mountains, revealing views of the Rhone glacier, the Galenstock ridge and the 4000-meter peaks of the icy Bernese Oberland.

The climb to Nufenen

After the descent to Oberwald, all efforts are concentrated on the last steep ascent to the Nufenen pass. The Nufenen is a tough one, but impresses with the spectacle of varied nature.

Finishing in style

The way to the finish line becomes shorter and shorter: through the lush meadows of the Bedretto Valley and the village of Airolo, the race finally reaches the finish area at the Valascia race course in Ambrì.

115 km of hard work, with an altitude difference of 3300 m and 40 km of ascent, run amidst breathtaking nature, between magnificent coniferous forests, majestic valleys and imposing peaks that are always covered in snow.

Granfondo San Gottardo

Start Located At: Ambri, Switzerland
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Timekeeping and bib numbers
Professional sport photographers on the course
Goodie bag
Finisher meal after the race
Signalled race course
Three feeding zones along the course
Motocrew and marshals along the road
Finisher medal
Neutral race service
Free parking
Personal finisher certificate
Available showers and locker rooms
Prize / Race Categories

A M to 25 Men up to 25 years
B M 26 – 40 Men from 26 to 40 years
C M 41 – 60 Men from 41 to 60 years
D M Ü60 Men over 60 years
E D to 25 Women up to 25 years
F D 26 – 40 Women from 26 to 40 years
G D 41– 60 Women from 41 to 60 years

H D Ü60 Women over 60 years

I M e D with electric bike

Changing Rooms
Pre-Packet Pickups
Support for Participants
Route Signposted
First Aid
SAG Wagon
Roving Mechanical Support
Course Timing
Category / Race Prizes
Finishing Medals
Results Within 24 Hours
Downloadable GPS files
Post Ride Shower
Finish Line Chute
Feed / Aid Stations
Pre Event Meal(s) Provided As Part of Entry
Post Event Meal(s) Provided As Part of Entry
Number of Aid Stations: 3
Number of Timed Hill Climbs
3 Hill Climbs