2nd stage: Cham - Cham
True to the motto ‘go west’, the second stage leads from Cham over the western cantonal border into the cantons of Aargau and Lucerne, where the highest point of the stage is reached at Horben. The track will loop four times over the Aargau viewpoint. Loosli says: ‘It is possible that some sprinters might fall behind and miss out on the big finale in Cham.’
Start & finish in Cham
With more than 16,000 residents the municipality of Cham, beautifully situated on the north-western bank of the lake of Zug, has long been a city. In addition to preserving its open spaces and parks along the lake and in the countryside, the city provides ideal conditions for living and working. As the largest municipality of the ZUGWEST economic region (www.zugwest.ch), Cham is easily accessible and is characterized by numerous economic benefits.
The natural features and recreational facilities of Cham are recognised well beyond the municipal boundaries. These include Vilette Park, which is open to the public, and Hirsgarten on the shores of Lake Zug, the Lorzenweg, the Städtler Forest as well as generally good infrastructure for culture and sports. Numerous events, some of which are held in the community’s Lorzensaal, and active clubs and societies contribute to the high quality of life.
Learn more about Cham on the website (www.cham.ch) or explore Cham on your own. We look forward to your visit.