The Grimsel Pass (Col du Grimsel) located in Switzerland and overpasses the Bernese Alps at an elevation of 2,164 meters above sea level. This mountain pass joins the upper valley river of Aare with the upper valley river of Rhône, and ranks as one of the top ten Swiss passes for motorcyclists and amongst one of highest. The Grimsel takes travelers through well-built road of infinite scenic views with great ascents, vertical grades and a rough, hilly terrain of stone rocks, lakes and power plants. Those driving can reach the summit from Oberwald or Innertkirchen and can enjoy a road that’s virtually traffic free. This pass hosts a cool to cold climate all year around and it’s not out of the normal for snow to fall during the summer months. The Grimsel Pass is inaccessible from October to June snow fall - so those commuting should stay up to date on weather conditions before traveling.