The /St.Gotthard holiday region boasts a unique pass landscape and a single trail network in a small area that offers plenty of opportunities for adventure. You will rarely find this much natural and cultural diversity in such a small space. The Gotthard region is thus a perfect place for mountain bikers.
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BIKEPASS /ST. GOTTHARD
Free travel with the Matterhorn Gotthard Railway and PostAuto in the BikeArena /St.Gotthard starts at CHF 30.00.
The BikeArena /St.Gotthard is the place to be for anyone aiming to reach great heights. Bikers can have a field day with plentiful bike trails and alpine passes. There is plenty of time to really enjoy the experience.
For further infromations: www.st-gotthard.com
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