Cycling Julier Pass Tiefencastel

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Julier Pass - Tiefencastel


Basic data & ranking

Average grade: 3.8 %

Length: 38.6 km

Height start: 836 m

Height top: 2284 m

Elevation gain: 1448 m

Maximum: %

Julier Pass rankings

Difficulty ranking world: 935 (all)
Ranking Switzerland: 110 (all)
Ranking Alps: 355 (all)
Difficulty score: 113.35 what?

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Description

The Julier Pass is situated in Graubunden and belongs to the Alps . Starting from Tiefencastel, the Julier Pass ascent is 38.6 km long. Over this distance, you climb 1448 heightmeters. The average percentage thus is 3.8 %.

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Stories, information and comments from Julier Pass climbers
Story by Sven Mallezie from Eeklo, Belgium, submitted on 27/06/2007
Although it seems stunning to do a 40km climb the long side of the Julier Pass is, appart from the very first and last kms, a walk in the park. There are many parts of the climb even my grandma can take! Apart from this you come through a lot of nice villages as Savognin, and have some great views from this side. Traffic can be heavy...

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