Mountain bike tour Corviglia Flowtrails
The route from Marguns to Chantarella and the run over the Alp Nova offer incomparable trails, as well as a bombastic panorama of the Bernina massif. On the stretch below the Sass Runzöl, with its karstic landscape, if it wasn't for the lush grass you might think you were on the moon. The flow trail from the Alpina Hütte (mountain hut) to Alp Giop and back down to Chantarella provides a spectacular finish to this exceptional trail tour.
Mountain bike tour Val Suvretta
A dream single trail through the magnificent scenery of the Val Suvretta and the Val Bever. The route starts at Celerina railway station. A forest path takes you at a pleasant gradient up the first 400 vertical metres to the Alp Laret, after which the trail becomes steeper. The route continues via the Glüna Hut and the Lej Alv lake to the Corviglia top station. From here, it is just under 200 vertical metres to the highest point - first along a steep gravel track, then by way of a spectacular trail around the Piz Nair to the Suvretta Pass. This point marks the beginning of the flow trail, which winds its way down through the fabulous high-mountain basin of the Val Suvretta for almost six kilometres. In the Val Bever, the path merges with a well-prepared gravel trail - whose undulations also provide a bit of fun. The return route leads along the bike path via Samedan to the Corviglia.
Biking Trail along the river Inn
A route through a unique landscape alongside the rushing waters of the Inn: impressive Engadine houses with filigree decoration, crystal-clear lakes, a varied terraced landscape, a paradise for rare birds, impressive mountain summits. The route follows the beauty of the landscape: spotted nutcrackers (birds) in the Stazer forest, alongside the cold, rushing waters of the Inn and clear, fresh air. From Samedan to La Punt-Chamues-ch with its impressive patrician houses. An up and down along the edge of the Swiss National Park to Zernez. The valley becomes narrower and the Inn wilder. After an energetic ascent, the picturesque village of Guarda and the varied terraced landscape of the Lower Engadin. And back, a tour with the “Rhätische Bahn” is a good idea.
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