The ITT from Sedrun to Andermatt takes in an elevation gain of 656 metres. The route is fairly straightforward.
The first 3 kilometes run on the flat to the foot of the Oberalp Pass. After 2 kilometres at 3.6% the route continues with 4 kilometres at 6.7% before the last 2.5 kilometres rise at 7.7% to the summit. Which is where the only intermediate time check is located.
Not only the time check stands at the summit, but a lighthouse as well. It once stood in Hoek van Holland, near Rotterdam, where the Rhine flows into the North Sea. The source of the Rhine is just 6 kilometres away from the Oberalp Pass.
After the time check the route continues 1.5 kilometres on the flat before the riders plunge down a 9 kilometres drop to the finish line in Andermatt.
Another interesting read: results 7th stage 2021 Tour de Suisse.
Tour de Suisse 2021 stage 7: route, profile, more
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