The Lötschental is a typical Alpine valley nestled between the Bernese and Valais Alps. The striking Bietschhorn, visible from far and wide, is the main mountain of the Lötschental with an altitude of 3,934 m and has been part of the Jungfrau-Aletsch UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2001. The valley is about 30 km long, making it the largest of the Valais side valleys branching off to the north of the Rhone. Imposing mountain peaks with their larch-covered foothills seem to hold the villages in their arms. The tourist facilities blend idyllically into the homely architecture. Rushing streams and quiet lakes set accents.
16 September / 08.00 - 17.00 / Training
17 September / 08.00 - 17.00 / Race
The courses will be communicated one week before the race.
The SES was created in close cooperation with the Enduro World Series and Swiss Cycling. The Swiss Enduro sport is thus raised to the next level and is therefore ideally suited to the Lötschental. Modelled on the EWS World Cup Series, the SES develops the national Enduro regulations together with Swiss Cycling and holds races throughout Switzerland.