Cycling Gurnigel Zollhaus

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Gurnigel - Zollhaus


Basic data & ranking

Average grade: 4.5 %

Length: 16.4 km

Height start: 869 m

Height top: 1609 m

Ascent: 740 m

Maximum: %

Gurnigel rankings

Difficulty ranking world: 3349 (all)
Ranking Switzerland: 274 (all)
Ranking Alps: 1164 (all)
Difficulty score: 64.88 what?

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Description

The Gurnigel is situated in Bern and belongs to the Alps . Starting from Zollhaus, the Gurnigel ascent is 16.4 km long. Over this distance, you climb 740 heightmeters. The average percentage thus is 4.5 %.

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Stories, information and comments from Gurnigel climbers
Story by Dave from , Switzerland, submitted on 30/09/2013
This is the easier side to climb the Gurnigel. Although it contains some fairly steep ramps there are also flatter sections to recover.



From when you cross the Sense river at the bottom, to the Gantrisch mountains at the top the scenery is superb and the road is not too busy, just a few tourists in the summer
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