Stage 6

Andermatt > Disentis Sedrun

130 KM

3’190 EG

Winner

Andreas KRON

Andreas KRON

Lotto Soudal

Am Schluss der auf Biegen und Brechen ausgetragenen 6. Etappe musste die Jury in Sedrun über den Sieger entscheiden. Sie distanzierte Rui Costa (POR) und erklärte Andreas Lorentz Kron (DEN) zum Sieger.

Impressions

Andermatt

Andermatt Holiday Region comprises six municipalities: Andermatt, Hospental, Realp, Göschenen, Wassen and Gurtnellen. Andermatt lies in the Ursern Valley at 1,444 metres above sea level and its population counts approximately the same. Mobility around the Gotthard Massif can be demonstrated excellently by the history of the Ursern Valley: The central location in the midst of Alpine passes has been well known and actively used since Roman times. Historically, north-south travel has always best managed via the Gotthard, with only one mountain pass to cross.

Start

Stage 6

Stage 6

32 kilometers

KOM Gotthard Pass

KOM Gotthard Pass

Altitude: 2,106 meters above sea level
Length: 8.5 kilometers
Average gradient: 7.6%
The 6th stage of the Tour de Suisse leads over the most famous alpine pass in Switzerland – the Gotthard Pass. At first from Andermatt, before two days later the Airolo side is climbed also.

38 kilometers

Valle Leventina

Valle Leventina

Surrounded by breathtaking views, you can walk in the footsteps of ancient cultures and centuries-old traditions, as can be seen in small museums or wonderful Romanesque masterpieces. The longest historical road in Switzerland, the Tremola, runs through the Gotthard region, which is also known for the longest railway tunnel in the world, and its ascent on the south side of the pass opens up impressive panoramas.

121 kilometers

Blenio Valley

Blenio Valley

The Blenio Valley (Valle di Blenio) in northern Ticino stretches from Biasca up to the Lukmanier Pass. On the valley trail from Biasca via Acquarossa to Olivone, one encounters well-preserved villages and culturally historical sights. . The holiday resort of Olivone at the foot of the Sosto (2221m) is the starting point for many summertime excursions. In addition to nature, the valley offers a wide range of cultural activities with many museums and churches.

133 kilometers

KOM Lukmanierpass

KOM Lukmanierpass

Altitude: 1,920 metres
Length: 21 kilometres
Average gradient: 4.3%
For the 36th time in the history of the Tour de Suisse the race crosses the Lukmanier Pass, before the 6th stage finishes this year in Disentis-Sedrun.

134 kilometers

Lai da Sontga Maria

Lai da Sontga Maria

The Lai da Sontga Maria is a reservoir on the Lukmanier Pass. The 117-metre-high and up to 560-metre-long Santa Maria curved dam was completed in 1968. The Sontga Maria is connected to two other reservoirs in the neighbouring valleys, with the hydroelectric power station located in Sedrun.

Disentis-Sedrun

Disentis – Sedrun The high alpine region around Disentis Sedrun with its impressive alpine passes offers optimal conditions for challenging routes and top sporting performances. As a highlight, cyclists and spectators alike can enjoy the unique spectacle of racing alongside the Rhine.

Stage 6


KM 9 Gotthardpass
KM 83 Sprint classification
KM 101 Lukmanierpass
KM 121 Disentis / Mustér
KM 123 Sprint classification