Seven Summits Road Trip

Cime de la Bonette – 2,802m.  Col de l’Iseran – 2,770m.  Stelvio Pass – 2,757m.  Col Agnel – 2744m.  Col du Galibier – 2,645m.  Nivolet Pass – 2,641m.  Gavia Pass – 2,621m.

 

Not all road trips are created equal – some rise above the rest, and Pub2Pub’s Seven Summits road trip certainly does just that.  Here’s your chance to join ‘Kermit’ and the Pub2Pub crew on a rarefied journey which takes in the seven highest drivable passes in the Alps, in seven days.  Inspired by our time spent with Kermit among the high peaks of the Andes and our forthcoming Mini6000 expedition, this road trip links together some of Europe’s best driving roads and most stunning vistas as it snakes its way between the mountains of France, Italy, Switzerland and Austria.  Because we’re running the event in September, the roads should be reasonably quiet, the views incredible, and the summits are brought to life with the first dustings of the winter snows.

Trust us, if you only do one road trip this year, you’re going to want to make it this one.

 

Dates:                   14th to 22nd September 2019

Spaces:                 A maximum of 20 cars.

Cost:                      Special TVRCC price - £1,200 for one car and two people, covering accommodation, ferry crossings, route planning and navigation, event stickers and memorabilia (£1300 for non TVR Car Club members, and you may bring along a non-TVR, provided you can face the banter)

If you're based on the continent and would like to join the trip, contact us for a quote which excludes channel crossings.

For more information or to reserve your space, email Ben at Ben@pub2pubadventures.com .

 

 

Itinerary:

Sat 14th:                Meet up in the UK, cross Channel and proceed to Dijon area for overnight stop.

Sun 15th:               Drive from Dijon to Grenoble, then on across to drive the Col du Galiber (2,645m), followed by an overnight stop in Briancon.             

Mon 16th:             Head south and drive the Cime de la Bonette (2,802m) and the Col Agnel (2,744m), before returning to Briancon for the night.

Tues 17th:             North to cross the Col de l’Iseran (2,770m), then across the Petit San Bernard Pass to spend the night at Aosta, in the shadow of Mt Blanc.

Wed 18th:             Down to the Nivolet Pass (2,641m), then across to an overnight stop in Turin.

Thurs 19th:           Across Italy via the shores of Lake Como, to climb the Gavia Pass (2,621m) before overnighting in Stelvio National Park.

Fri 20th:                 Drive the Stelvio Pass then up to the shores of Lake Constance for the night.

Sat 21th:                We begin the road home, by heading up into Germany’s Black Forest and driving the ‘Black Forest High Road’, before overnighting in the Luxembourg area.

Sun 22th:               From Luxembourg, back to the UK, in time for an early afternoon ferry into Dover.