The second day may be regarded as a classic transfer stage. Via the Zurich Oberland and through the canton of Aargau, the route heads towards Aesch BL.
However, to take this stage lightly would be wrong! There are again over 2,000 meters of altitude and it is a constant up and down. With the Challpass, which is driven from Laufen, a crisp ascent awaits. Mountain-firm sprinters and puncher are here in the advantage. In addition, there could be an animated stage with an escape group, which could also exist on the final additional lap around Aesch.
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