Passo dellAlbula

By Catena Cycling

characteristics:

  •  
  •   Suited for road bikes

Add to 'my climbed climbs'  

route details

distance 9.5 km
start height 1687 m
end height 2316 m
highest point 2316 m
ascent 629 m
distance uphill 9.5 km
average ascent percentage 6.6 %
maximum ascent percentage 6.6 %

Is the displayed route or the max% not correct ? Edit this climb  

map

download this route (gpx)  

Info

Did you ride this climb/route? share your story, information or comments.

Starting at the railway in La Punt this climb is especially hard in the first kms. The hairpins wind you up high towards the valley with a very steep gradient. Once youve reached the valley it gets a little easier. Sometims the wind blows very hard from the top, so beware. The descent of this side, especially the lower half can be dangerous with bad surface, and little stones in the turns. This pass has very little traffic, as most cars take the julier pass.

Find more climbs and routes near Passo dellAlbula

address

start point Albulastrasse, 7522 La Punt-Chamues-ch, Switzerland
end point Albulastrasse, 7522 La Punt-Chamues-ch, Switzerland

No items added

To add comment, text or images on Catena Cycling : first Login or Register

Add your time for this climb  

You and this route

You have not yet filled out your time for this route.

Others and this route

There were no times added yet for this route.

Related blog posts of members of Catena

None yet.

Add a story, information photos and/or video to this climb

Be the first to comment

Add comment

La Punt-Chamues-ch

Scattered Clouds 2.3°C

Hourly

4:00 Clear 10%
5:00 Clear 10%
6:00 Clear 10%
7:00 Clear 10%
8:00 Clear 0%
9:00 Clear 0%
10:00 Clear 0%
11:00 Clear 0%

Daily

Thursday Chance of a Thunderstorm 2° - 16°
Friday Chance of a Thunderstorm 2° - 17°
Saturday Chance of Rain 1° - 14°
Sunday Chance of Rain -1° - 10°
Monday Chance Rain 0° - 10°
Tuesday Chance of Rain 0° - 9°
Wednesday Chance Rain 0° - 11°

Catena Cycling: the one stop cycling community

Partners…

Birzman Q-Cycling
Merida Centurion