|Elevation||2,260 m (7,415 ft)|
|Traversed by||Road (2,224 m)|
Susten Pass (German: Sustenpass) (el. 2260 m.) is a mountain pass in the Swiss Alps. The pass road, built from 1938–1945, connects Innertkirchen in the canton of Bern with Wassen in the canton of Uri. A 300-metre long tunnel crosses the pass at 2,224 metres.
The pass is popular with tourists, especially for the views of the Stein Glacier on the south side.
The length and elevation of west/east climbs are respectively:
- Wassen (west): 27km (1599m)
- Innertirchen (east): 17.7km (1308m)
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Sustenpass.|
- Profile on climbbybike.com (from Wassen)
- Profile on climbbybike.com (from Innertkirchen)
- Pictures from Sustenpass, summer 2011