Stage 7

Disentis – Sedrun > Andermatt

23.2 KM

656 EG

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.

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Stage 7

Stage 7

12 kilometers

KOM Oberalp Pass/Intermediate time

KOM Oberalp Pass/Intermediate time

Altitude: 2,046 metres
Length: 13 kilometres
Average gradient: 6.9%
The Oberalp Pass features a very interesting element in this year’s Tour de Suisse. Not only can points be collected for the mountain prize, but an intermediate time will also be taken during the time trial.

Andermatt

The Tour de Suisse reaches Andermatt via the Oberalp Pass on Saturday 12 June 2021. For once these two cantons which are connected in winter by a common skiing area can now offer a joint summer attraction.

The crowning final climb, which takes the cyclists through the impressive Schöllen Gorge, will ultimately require the greatest of efforts. With this in mind it is anticipated that the TdS will only be decided in Andermatt.

KM 12 Oberalp Pass
Stage 7, Disentis/Sedrun – Andermatt Saturday, June 12, 2021
Gradient ▲656m Total time 37 min Werbekolonne 1.start Last
Slope ▼631m Hourly average 37.5 km/h
Location
1411 0.0 23.2 Start Sedrun 13:36 12:21 16:43
1415 0.2 23.0 Camischolas 13:50 12:21 16:43
1417 0.8 22.4 Zarcun’s 14:00 12:22 16:43
1408 1.4 21.8 Rueras 14:10 12:22 16:44
1424 2.3 20.9 Dieni 14:20 12:23 16:45
1637 6.2 17.0 Chamut 14:30 12:31 16:53
2046 11.9 11.3 Oberalp Pass 14:40 12:45 17:07
2036 12.5 10.7 Main Street 14:50 12:46 17:08
1621 20.0 3.2 Main Street 15:00 12:54 17:16
1510 21.6 1.6 Andermatt 15:10 12:56 17:18
1440 22.6 0.6 Roundabout left, Gotthardstrasse 15:20 12:57 17:19
1438 23.2 0.0 Finish 15:30 12:58 17:20