Aug 11, 2022 - 1:52 PM
Hi. Just looking for any advice as to wether the following is parctical or possible. And maybe soem alternatives
We will be travelling by motorhome down through France from the UK at the start of October. We aim to be in Switzerland by around the 6th October.
My initial thought on our road trip through the Alps is as follows. Stops en route as and when required
Head for Lausanne, then around Lake Geneva to Montreux. Down to Martigny and then follow route 9 to Visp where we splinter off and spend soem time around Tasch.
Back up and join the 19 to Obergoms before heading off across the Grimsell pass and then take route 8 down to Interlaken. Spear off to Jungfrau to spend some time in the area, and around Interlaken before heading around to Spiez and then take the 9/11 (unsure if this is a named pass) to Aigle and then skirt around the south of Lake Geneva to Geneva itself. Filally then back into France and head home
We have earmarked the whole of October fro thsi trip but expect to take 3 days through France, and fortnight around Switzerland and then 3 days back up through France. Effectively three weeks (ish) total
Is the above parctical and save the Interlaken area is there anything else we should be planning
Of course there is a concern that the Grimsell pass wont be open, so option B wound be to carry on at Obergoms and head to Lucerne and then back along route 8 to Interlaken
Many thanks for any advice