Grosse Scheidegg 1,962m
This could quite possibly be the best climb of your life.
Whilst climbing the Grosse Scheidegg is tough, the Grosse Scheidegg rewards you with spectacular views chosen for Mountain Higher’s front cover.
Grosse Scheidegg Profile
Grosse Scheidegg Stats:
- Category: Hors Catégorie
- Starting elevation: 1,057 m
- Final elevation: 1,962 m
- Length of ascent: 9.95 km
- Elevation gain: 905 m
- Average gradient: 9.1%
- Max. gradient: 13%
The Grosse Scheidegg is a steep climb comparable to the Passo Giau in Italy. On your Brevet cycling holiday you will climb the Grosse Scheidegg from the Grindelwald side climbing 905m over 9.9km at a leg busting average gradient of 9.1%.
The view of the infamous north face of the Eiger provide a welcome distraction as the gradient heads north of 10% for the final 4km.
Climbing the Grosse Scheidegg
What is it like to climb the Grosse Scheidegg?
This truly is the most beautiful Pass I have ever ridden, and with the road closed to cars, it’s an all around 5 Star experience.
Dan Patitucci, Professional Cycling Photographer
Climbing the Grosse Scheidegg on a Brevet Cycling Holiday
Guests on our Alpenbrevet and Granfondo Gottardo sportive holidays or our epic Randonnée Alpes Suisse benefit from our first hand knowledge of cycling in Switzerland, including guiding you over our favourite climbs like the Grosse Scheidegg.
If you would like to holiday like a Pro with knowledgable and friendly guides, Brevet Team Car support then book your cycling holiday in Switzerland with Brevet today.
Grosse Scheidegg Strava Segment
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Cycling Climbs in Switzerland
Take a closer look at the climbs you will face if you join us on a Brevet cycling holiday in Switzerland:
- Grosse Scheidegg
- Col du St Gothard
- Susten Pass
- Col de la Croix
- Col des Mosses
- Col du Sanetsch