Alps & Dolomites (2021)

The Alps are as magnificent as they are challenging. The scenery is stunning but the roads are twisty and intense – every corner brings a new challenge and another smile. We’ve been longing to combine the Dolomites and Supercar Valley to another public tour and now we’ve done just that.

Saturday – Join us for an early breakfast whilst we talk you through the events of the forthcoming week. From here it’s just a 15 minute drive to the Eurotunnel and then we’re off into the adventure of the finest roads in the Alps.

Sunday – From our hotel on the edge of the Vosges mountains we head into the Black Forest before hopping past Lake Constance and parking up on the German/Austrian border for the night.

Monday – Some magical Austrian passes today, including Furkajoch, Hahntennjoch and Fernpaß on the way to Innsbruck.

Tuesday – Innsbruck to Cortina, via the Grossglockner High Alpine Road.

Wednesday – Cortina to Modena, via Passo Giau and Passo San Boldo

Thursday – Optional visits to the Ferrari museum, Lamborghini museum, and Pagani’s amazing facility near Modena
*(Dinner not included)

Friday – Modena to Bourg St Maurice via Col De L’Iseran

Saturday – awesome roads near Lake Annecy and Geneva

Sunday – Dijon to Calais (possibly Reims grandstand stop? Time permitting)

What’s included?
Hotel accommodation for 8 nights, with dinner and breakfast included (dinner not included for 1 night in Modena)
Return Eurotunnel crossing
Loan of pre-loaded satellite navigation units and powerful walkie talkies
A souvenir route book, polo shirt, stickers, key ring and pen
Services of our two tour managers in two tour cars

What’s not included?
Lunches, drinks, fuel, etc.

How much?
£2399 per person, based on 2 people sharing a twin or double room and 1 car
+£250 solo driver supplement
+£350 single room supplement

Alps & Dolomites – Saturday 25th September to Sunday 3rd October 2021

Book now by calling 01453 731 756, or email us at

Booking terms apply – full details here.

And here’s Joe Achilles’ video from the 2017 Alps tour to give you a feel for the experience: