Over the passes of the swiss Alps

Passes tour day trip
Passes tour day trip
day trip from interlaken

This route takes you over three passes in the heart of the Swiss Alps. Snow-capped peaks, imposing rocks and idyllic mountain villages impress at over 7000 feet above the sea level. On the way we will stop at different nice places for photo shoots. 

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day trip from interlaken

Susten Pass

One of the three passes is the Susten Pass, which was laid out at the beginning of the 19th century. There are several military fortifications on this pass that were still active until the mid-1990s. The highest point of the pass road is at 2224 meters above sea level in a tunnel under the mountain top. The pass road connects the canton of Bern with the canton of Uri and is 45 km long.

Schöllenen Gorge

The Schöllenen Gorge stretches from Göschenen to Andermatt in the Gotthard region.

Devil’s Bridge

If you want a hair-raising glimpse into the depths of the Schöllenen Gorge, you should hit the Schöllenen circular hiking trail during the summer months. It is an easy walk and takes no more than 30 minutes at a leisurely pace. The towering cliff faces and the roaring torrent of the Reuss make a fascinating sight. The Teufelsbrücke restaurant is situated directly next to the bridge of the same name. In the summer months, guests can feel the magic of the legendary Gotthard as they eat and drink.

Suworow Monument

In 1799 a battle pitting Napoleon’s troops against the Russians who were under the command of General Suvorov took place in Schöllenen Gorge. The Suvorov monument carved out of rock was erected in 1899 as a memorial to the Russian soldiers who fell in the battle. Russian President Dmitri Medvedev visited the monument during his state visit in 2009.


Andermatt lies in the middle of the Alps. People lived in this high valley as early as 6000 years ago. The village also became famous for the small gas station at which Sean Connery, aka James Bond, refuelled his Aston Martin DB5 in 1964. The petrol station as well as the Hotel Bergidyll, where the actor stayed during the shooting, have not changed significantly since then.


The highest pass on our route is the Furkapass at 2429 meters above sea level. It forms the border between the Canton of Uri and the Canton of Valais. On a length of almost 40 km of the pass road, you can enjoy a wonderful landscape in the interplay between jagged mountain peaks and huge glaciers. The area also served as the setting for the James Bond film „Goldfinger“ in 1964.

Rhone glacier

Another highlight on this route is the visit of the ice cave at the famous Rhone Glacier and the associated glacier trail. Nowhere in Europe can you get so close to a glacier by car. You can also marvel at the glacier lake at the foot of the Rhone glacier at 2208 meters above sea level.

Grimsel Pass

The Grimsel Pass links the Hasli Valley in the Bernese Oberland with Goms in Valais. The pass road runs through a wild, sparsely grown mountainous region marked by granite rocks, reservoir lakes, and power plants.

Would you like to book this tour as a private tour?
With Sprinter Evobus up to 13 guests possible,
price CHF 790.-
Avaible from June to October (Road is closed for winter)

Included in the Private Tour:
– Ride as described above (8 hours)
– Free WiFi on board
– Free water on board
Not included in the Private Tour:
– Any private expenses
– Ticket Ice cave
– Lunch and drinks
– Entrance fees and Tickets