Welcome to the Haute Alps Switzerland | France
We’ve designed our Haute Alps and Haute Pyrenees Tours, to give you inspiartion, ideas and suggestions of whats possible for Bespoke Trips in Europe.
Whether you’d like your Bespoke trip to take in parts of Italy, France, Spain, Belgium, Germany or Switzerland, just to name a few, we’ve got you covered.
We can design your dream cycling and non-cycling holiday, all you need to do is have five or more of your riding and or non-riding buddies sign up, we’ll take care of the rest.
We’ll use all of our experience to design the perfect itinerary for your needs, we can provide as much or as little as you need including: the vehicles, drivers, rider support vehicles, non-cycling program, ride routes, hotels, cycling guides, restaurants and just about anything you can imagine to make your dream trip come true. [read on for Haute Alps | Switzerland | France Tour]
Sample Itinerary: Arrive into beautiful, Lake Geneva, Switzerland.
First up we ride from Lake Geneva to the stunning turquoise waters of Lake Annecy. We’ll take a walk around and explore the gorgeously preserved old town of Lake Annecy.
Due to the warm climate, pure mountain air, incredibly clean fresh water, this stunning part of the world is also ex-pat home to many of the worlds best endurance, thrill-seeking mountaineering and triathlon athletes.
The spectacular Alps form a natural border between Switzerland, France and parts of Italy. We’ll ride the legendary Cols of Glandon/ Croix de Fer, Telegraph/Galibier, Izoard, up to the highest paved pass in Europe the Cime de la Bonette at 2802m and many more of the climbs and cycling routes made famous by the Tour de France.
In the south of France, Provence, we’ll ride undulating roads through the fragrant lavender fields, along gorge roads carved out of solid rock by centuries of water flow and pause in villages that time forgot. While in the region we’ll ride the ‘Giant of Provence”, Mont Ventoux and stop for obligatory photo’s and marvel at the lunar-like landscape at the 1902m summit.