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Auf den Berninapass – Feel the Flow im Engadin

Auf den Berninapass – Feel the Flow im Engadin

Difficult
02:21
19.7 mi
8.4 mph
1,750 ft
1,775 ft
Expert e-bike ride. Good fitness required. Some portions of the Tour may require you to push your bike.

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245 yd in total

Tour Overview

Starting Point
2.98 mi
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Gletscherblick

Mountain Biking Highlight

10.9 mi
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Bernina Express Line

Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

15.5 mi
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Mittelalterlicher Bernina-Saumweg

Mountain Biking Highlight

18.5 mi
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Flow Trails ohne Ende

Mountain Biking Highlight

19.7 mi
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Tour Profile

Waytypes

Singletrack: 3.18 mi
Path: 7.53 mi
Street: 0.62 mi
Road: 1.00 mi
State Road: 7.40 mi

Surfaces

Alpine: 0.26 mi
Unpaved: 9.34 mi
Compacted Gravel: 0.64 mi
Paved: 0.60 mi
Asphalt: 8.68 mi
Unknown: 364 yd

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Engadin Tourismus planned an e-bike ride.

May 21, 2020

Comments

  • Engadin Tourismus

    A photo of you and your bike with the sign "Passo del Bernina 2330 s.l.m." - what sounds out of reach is easy to do from Pontresina. You are only missing 500 meters of altitude. With the E-MTB, the climb is a breeze anyway and you can concentrate entirely on the flowing descent.From Pontresina to the Bernina Pass, it is best to follow the general road, which fortunately is not very busy. Bit by bit you get closer to your goal and in between you cross the magical 2,000-meter limit and the tree line. Once at the top you can enjoy your triumph and the wonderful mountains. And applaud the racing cyclists who started up from the other side. ;)A great dangling from the Bernina Pass takes you to Lago Bianco. You can walk around it with your bike, even if the west side is a little more difficult to drive than the east side. Then you start your descent back to Pontresina. You drive past other small lakes and watch the red trains of the Rhaetian Railway as they meander through the moon-like, fantastic landscape.On flowing trails you drive to the Morteratsch train station. When the railway was built, the glacier almost ended on the tracks. Today you have to cycle quite a bit to touch the end of the glacier tongue. Incidentally, this is also a nice detour if you still have a little time. After that it is not far to Pontresina.

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