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This was one of many passes we drove on during a two week road trip across the Alps. It was fun to drive, not too busy and beautifully smooth roads. Ideal for cyclists, motor bikes and cars. Some great driving to be had here and...More
As a life long James Bond fan it was too good a chance to miss to drive the famous Switchback mountain road used in Goldfinger. The hairpins and great views were a must!
We approached from the opposite side of the mountain, via the Grimsel...More
Sensational, stunning scenery! At times I felt I was on a fairground ride of hairpin bends and high altitudes looking down close to the edge, but it is a very good road and has to be some of the most scenic views we have ever...More
I was on the road in Switzerland and because of jam the navi suggested to take the way of Furka pass. I was not sure but at the end I decided to do so.
A lucky decision!
One of the best panoramic view I remember...More
When we decided to visit Switzerland I researched roads to drive. Furka Pass was the one I decided we had to drive. What a wonderful road. With the top of the convertible down we experienced views that I will never forget. I want to go...More
Climbing the beautiful mountains by car at a late nice summer evening we met something very unexpected. Suddenly, at dusk, the summits were lightened up by yet quiet lightnings, soon followed by very dark sky and and short heavy hailstorm which in just a few...More
We did it pulling a carrello-tenda with our car since we had been camping all through the Italian and Swiss Alps. I must confess ignorance but my husband had to have known what he was getting into! Our frequent stops to let the car motor...More
I got inspired by the picture of the pass given on Wikipedia page, about 4 years ago. Since then i have driven this pass sveral times. Best would be to come from the Grimsel Pass, just to enjoy most of it. We drove down to...More
Furka Pass, with an elevation of 2,429 metres (7,969 ft), is a high mountain pass in the Swiss Alps connecting Gletsch, Valais with Realp, Uri. They also have a regular train called The Furka-Oberalp-Bahn line through the Furka Tunnel bypasses the pass.
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