As mentioned in a previous post Team ElectricBlue will visit Rheinfall and Munot on day one. It may be of interest when make the decision which route is the most energy efficient one, to consult with the new route elevation feature provided by google maps. Although the feature is currently available for the bike tab only, it also might be of interest to electric car drivers. Our example:
One more beautiful village along the WAVE route… Stansstad will host the last WAVE event just before reaching the finish line…. we are looking forward to arriving in Stansstad at the Lake of four forests in Central Switzerland!
On May 30th, Team Electric Blue will kick off for the WAVE 2014 in Bachenbülach (CH) and make its first sightseeing stop at Schlösschen Wörth near the famous Rheinfall in Neuhausen and then heading on to the very picturesque city of Schaffhausen (CH). A visit to the medieval castle Munot will spend us the best overview over the town.
Murten will host the WAVE in the evening of Friday 6th June. This medieval city offers picturesque walkways,easily accessible rampart walls and magnificent houses. Travel back in time in this unique town of Switzerland.
The new water power station in Rheinfelden is going to welcome 30 WAVE teams on 4th June. This power station on the Rhine river was inaugurated in 2010 and has an output of 100 MW.