View of the Bernese side of the pass with the tunnel
|Elevation||2,260 m (7,415 ft)|
|Traversed by||Road (2,224 m)|
Location in Switzerland
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 metres 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.
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- Profile on climbbybike.com (from Wassen)
- Profile on climbbybike.com (from Innertkirchen)
- Pictures from Sustenpass, summer 2011
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