The most popular of Switzerland’s long-distance bike routes leads from Romanshorn to Geneva, without major climbs. The stretch between Aarau and Yverdon-les-Bains is especially rich in contrasts.
A big challenge in terms of skills and fitness, but a priceless experience: Switzerland’s mountain bike route No. 1 from Scuol to Lake Geneva promises high thrills, starting with its spectacular first three stages.
The “Tour de Suisse” for electric bikes leads from Lake Geneva to Lake Constance through idyllic scenery, with one particular stretch between the Bernese Oberland and Lake Lucerne offering spectacular beauty.
The Gemmi Pass is the oldest link between Valais and the Bernese Alps – and the heart of the ViaCook, a long-distance journey following the trail of the British tourism pioneer Thomas Cook.