The mountain, the bike, and you. Pedaling up is often a physical and inner fight. From time to time you ask yourself: Why am I doing this?” while you sweat and enjoy the view with a smile. Latest once you reached the highest point, all struggle is forgotten and you enjoy your successful conquest of the elevation and all is left is the anticipation to the downhill part.
And the descent shouldn’t be just the same boring way you came up here, now it has to be an adventure on its own. So, get up to the passes and ridges and down the single-trail.
For starters, we have a little selection of S0 and S1 descents, that are perfect to start your downhill life, without bringing you to the edge of your capabilities. And you will see, once you mastered these, you will only want more.
From Marquartstein on gravel partly steep but just mobile serpentines. Above then follows a good mobile trail. Down it goes over a short meadow trail and then gravel. From the Röthelmoosalm awaits you a fantastic easy descent through the Wappbachtal down to the Weitsee. Take care of hikers!
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First it goes through the Dischmatal to Dürrboden. From there it continues on a single trail. This is almost completely mobile, only partially blocked above and covered with scree.From the Scalettapass it goes down a fantastic single trail to Alm Funtauna and then on to Susauna. The pass is one of the highest fully mobile alpine crossings and convinces above all by its scenic charm.
From Ischgl it is easy, albeit sometimes steep to the Heidelberger hut and then the last piece up to the Fimberpass. Once arrived at the top, you can expect an absolutely fantastic flowy S1 downhill. The grin will not leave your face long after you arrive in Scuol.