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Tremola, *the* alpine scenic road in Switzerland: give it a drive!

Drive on the longest Swiss monument: Tremola road, from Airolo up to Saint Gotthard pass (2091 m.s.l.)

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Where asphalt gives road to stone, here is the beginning of a very peculiar alpine road: the Tremola.

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Thirty-seven hairpin turns in just nine kilometers: the finish line 900 meters above, at the Ospizio

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Enjoy the breathtaking panorama while climbing up the soft steep.

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Every turn has its name : Fopa, Santirana, Calanchitt … drive through at slow pace to enjoy all of them.

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By motorbike, car or bike, here is the end of the Tremola: ready to explore what the Gotthard pass has to offer?

 

 

 

 

Posted by lorenzoborghi on September 30, 2014
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  1. 10/1/2014

    Wow! Love this, and would really like to drive it. I like the MG also. The car and the road are a perfect match! M 🙂

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    • 10/1/2014

      Ah! I was expecting somebody writing about the thrill of driving this road up! It was indeed a big pleasure even with my common car, so I can imagine the full enthusiasm of the MG driver. Thank you for your comment 🙂

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