A (Nearly) Complete List of Alpe du Zwift Strava Segments

A (Nearly) Complete List of Alpe du Zwift Strava Segments

Zwift’s new Alpe is a perfect place to test your fitness, with the full climb taking anywhere from 50 to 90 minutes for most riders. Interval efforts can also be put in between specific bends if desired.

We’ve created a set of Alpe du Zwift bike segments which include the full ascent, the full descent, and segments between (almost) each pair of bends. Here’s the list:

We are currently missing segments between bends 20-19, 19-18, and 17-16 due to Strava’s restrictions on “short” segments. The problem is, Strava does not take incline into consideration when determining how “short” a segment is, which means a 1 km 14% uphill segment is considered just as “short” as a 1 km downhill. We’ve submitted support requests for this to change, but we’re not holding our breath.

Note: Zwifters have already created many inaccurate Alpe segments. We recommend hiding these, for your own good and the good of the community. Here’s more on the how and why >

See our full list of verified Zwift segments >

About The Author

Eric Schlange

Eric runs Zwift Insider in his spare time when he isn't on the bike or managing various business interests. He lives in Northern California with his beautiful wife, two kids and dog. Follow on Strava

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tinikkel
1 year ago

Looks like someone has created a fake zwift insider verified segment https://www.strava.com/segments/21975408?filter=overall

James
James
11 months ago

Any update on the missing segment?

Ron Stewart
Ron Stewart (@ronald)
9 months ago

Eric, How about adding 21-19, 21-18, and 18-16. Then, at least, a rider can get the their own times for the short sections by subtracting? Once you are in the game, Zwift is very well executed, but there is so much that they could provide users in the web site that they don’t bother with. Like a list of all-time PRs that we can paste into a spreadsheet. Like a similar list of achievement badges so you don’t have to log into the game to see it. Oh well, at least you help fill in their gaps. For which tens… Read more »

Richard Slaughter
Richard Slaughter
7 months ago

In case anyone would prefer RideWithGPS to Strava, I’ve created a pretty close set of segments for the total ride and each turn. I think these are all within a couple seconds on each turn (based on looking at my own ride and comparing times to screen snips I took while riding), and the total is within 5 seconds. So not perfectly accurate but very close. I’ll delete these and refer people to the zwiftinsider official ones if you make any for RideWith GPS, but if not hopefully these are close enough for most users: https://ridewithgps.com/segments/1119600-alpe-du-zwift https://ridewithgps.com/segments/1119639-alpe-du-zwift-start-to-turn-21 https://ridewithgps.com/segments/1119640-alpe-du-zwift-turn-21-to-20 https://ridewithgps.com/segments/1119641-alpe-du-zwift-turn-20-to-19 https://ridewithgps.com/segments/1119642-alpe-du-zwift-turn-19-to-18… Read more »

Craig
Craig
7 months ago

Are the missing segments going to be added?

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