OUR BIKE PACKAGE
Valais Haute Route Bike Tour
Endurance: 4/4 Technique: 3/4 8 Days - 9:00 -Till Finish Package Includes, Hotel, Guide and More
- 2,499 Swiss francsCHF 2,499
- Swiss Epic Adventures
Day 1: Meet up in Verbier, discuss the weekly plan, and check equipment. Make any necessary purchases. Day 2: Ride railways to gain altitude and cross passes at elevations up to 2500m. Overnight stay at a mountain hut. Uphill: 800m, distance: 33km Day 3: Downhill ride of over 1000 meters to the valley. Shuttle takes the group back to over 1900 meters. Ride along a lake and climb for incredible views of the Alps and glaciers. Stay in a comfortable hotel. Uphill: 1100m, distance: 29km Day 4: Self-supported day without lifts. Climb over 1000m and enjoy the rewarding single trails. Uphill: 1450m, distance: 33km Day 5: Start with a gondola ride and leisurely pedaling. Face a 600m ascent, mostly by pushing and carrying the bike. Enjoy a long downhill through rocky and forested areas. Stay in a hotel in a secluded valley. Uphill: 700m, distance: 25km Day 6: Leave the valley and head to the next pass. Ride and then push and carry the bike. Experience the longest descent of the week from 2800 to 600 meters. Reach the hotel by gondola at 1900 meters. Uphill: 1100m, distance: 35km Day 7: Ride technically demanding and flowing trails, exploring local highlights. Head towards Brig's old town for the final night. Uphill: 1200m, distance: 35km Day 8: Return trip to the airport or parking lot. Accommodation and Catering: Mix of mountain huts, mountain hotels, and valley hotels. Authentic Swiss hotels, double rooms (except for a mountain hut with a group room), breakfast included. Provisions/lunch can be ordered. Requirements: Endurance: 4/4, Technique: 3/4 Included: 7 days of hotel accommodations, luggage transport (excluding mountain hut and mountain hotel), mountain railways and lifts, taxi transfers, local guide, small groups, carried tools, help with bike setup and checking. CHF 2500 per person A minimum of 5 participants is required to run this tour.
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Otherwise, in the event of partial cancellation of the booked activity or tour, the Participant shall pay the following proportions of the total costs as per the booking confirmation/invoice: 30 to 15 days prior to the start of the activity or tour: 50% 14 to 10 days prior to the start of the activity or tour: 75% 9 days or less before the start of the activity or tour, or no-show: 100% Programm changes by participant In the event of late arrival or early departure by the Participant, no refund shall be issued. Additional costs incurred due to late arrival, early departure or postponement of the activity shall be borne by the Participant. If the Participant postpones the activity, he shall be charged costs as per the above cancellation conditions. 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