St-Gothard Massif

Interesting
The source of much of the water supplying Western Europe's greatest rivers (the Rhine and the Rhône), the St-Gothard massif has at Andermatt four major crossings comprising of Switzerland's two greatest longitudinal valleys (the Rhine and the Rhône), and two greatest transversal valleys (the Reuss and the Tessin). The name also applies to a pass and a succession of sites against fine mountain backdrops - its summits, all around 3 000m, are universally imposing.

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Opening hours

The Biasca-St. Gotthard Pass 53-km trail may be blocked by snow Nov-Jun

Nearby tourist attractions

Lake Göscheneralp
Lake Göscheneralp
A trip to to this man-made lake also
0:30
Trift Glacier Lake
Trift Glacier Lake
A ten-minute cable car ride up to the
Furka Pass
Furka Pass
Furka Pass, the highest point on the
0:15
Steingletscher
Steingletscher
The immense snow slide of the
3:00
Gelmer funicular
Gelmer funicular
Inaugurated in 1926 but only open to the
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Lake Göscheneralp
Lake Göscheneralp
A trip to to this man-made lake also
0:30
Trift Glacier Lake
Trift Glacier Lake
A ten-minute cable car ride up to the
Furka Pass
Furka Pass
Furka Pass, the highest point on the
0:15
See all