Three alpine passes, three cantons, one round trip. The post bus makes it possible.
From Andermatt the route leads over the alpine passes Furka, Grimsel and over the Susten back to the Andermatt holiday region.
During the summer season the alpine passes around Andermatt are a popular excursion destination. If you want to cross three alpine passes in one day without wanting to drive yourself, take the post bus.
At Andermatt railway station, the tour starts through the Ursern valley to Realp and continues over the Furka alpine pass in the direction of Valais. From there, the yellow bus takes you up the second alpine pass of the day - the Grimsel. It stops briefly on both alpine passes so that passengers can enjoy the strong panorama and the unique atmosphere.
The journey continues as far as Meiringen in the Bernese Oberland, and then over the Susten Pass back to the canton of Uri. After the last bends of the day in the Schöllenen gorge, the post bus arrives back in Andermatt.
Tickets are available at the train station or directly in the post bus.