Fun Routes in Germany

Der Stig

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No lane splitting though, right?
 

kurthest

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It's obvious you are going the wrong way after Munchen.
Go south, into Austria, over the Gro?glockner Hochalpenstra?e, into Italy, drive around the Dolomites, to Bormio, then to the top of Stelvio, from there back down, into Switzerland via the Umbrail pass and then just go over all the passes you can in Switzerland!
 

GRtak

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So leave Germany to have fun driving. Got it. ;)
 

kurthest

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Well yeah. Get a dose of Germany first, then get a huge dose of driving alpine passes!
 

DanRoM

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The roads between the passes are even better than the passes themselves (pass: WOT for a few seconds, hard braking, 1st gear hairpin, repeat... :sleeping:).

But Der Stig has some things in N/E Germany to attend to, so the Alps are sadly out, it seems.
 

DaBoom

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The roads between the passes are even better than the passes themselves (pass: WOT for a few seconds, hard braking, 1st gear hairpin, repeat... :sleeping:).

Stop braking so much then. :mrgreen: Almost every pass (some exceptions like Stelvio not included) mostly consist of other kind of corners than hairpins and well worth the dear price I need to pay to get there.. :p
 
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