Myself and a GF have decided to do an Alps trip. We plan to autoZug it down to München, then ride over to the Dolomites, and then West. The route is not so much of an issue, but the distances. IE - how much to plan per day. She is riding her long-term F650GS twin with side cases and a top box, I'm hoping to have my F650GS single back on the road (don't ask) with Varioboxes and a soft bag on the back. Otherwise, it's the CBR (FSM, I hope not) with lots of softbags strapped on. Regardless, we will travel relatively light and for nine days and plan to do the pension thing so we can sleep in real beds and take showers. We both have decent riding experience, and she's been around the Northern Alps once before, but not deep into the passes. Our goal is not to pound out every pass there is, but we do want to bag a few (ok, lots) and enjoy the scenery and the trip. I expect lots of picture taking and occasional trackbacks. We expect to be in the saddle for about six hours a day - three in the morning with a lunch break, then a further three in the afternoon. When things permit, we may ride further in the afternoons. What is a realistic kilometer count per day with all of the mountains involved? 300? 400?