Adrian Röthlisberger

About Adrian Röthlisberger

26.4 mi


03:59 h

Recent Activity
  1. Adrian Röthlisberger planned a Tour.

    June 6, 2020

    20.3 mi
    5.6 mph
    4,100 ft
    4,100 ft
  2. Adrian Röthlisberger and zauggjunk planned a mountain bike ride.

    October 19, 2019

  3. Adrian Röthlisberger planned a mountain bike ride.

    April 2, 2019

    28.9 mi
    5.9 mph
    7,300 ft
    7,300 ft
    1. Adrian Röthlisberger

      The Pischatour is the secret highlight of the Davos Klosters region - the single trail descent to Drusacha is unparalleled. The tour will be even better if you return via Klosters via the Gotschnagrat and the Höhenweg to Davos.
      From Davos you go to the settlement Büelen at the entrance of the Dischmatals and enter after a short and steep stretch on a forest road the first single trail. This leads past the Bünda ski lift, where you later turn onto a forest road into the Flüelatal. One always follows the Flüelabach, and soon one climbs on a single trail up to Tschuggen. The path is easy to drive and the more attractive alternative to the busy pass road. In Tschuggen you climb the singletrack up to the Tschuggenberg. Fitte mountain bikers cope with the ascent, others push here one or the other piece. Finally, you reach the mountain station and follow the fun trail along the ridge. At the transition just below the Hüreli turn right
      and steer into the Supetrail to Drusacha. The path offers the best driving fun and offers a first-class view of the Landwassertal and the upper Prättigau. At the Drusacha the signposted variant leads back to Davos. It is much more attractive to extend the descent to Klosters. For this one follows the trail to the Grüenbödeli and reaches the place Klosters on the Schluchtweg. Return to Davos by either the RhB or the Gotschna gondola lift. For this you drive to the mountain station Gotschnagrat. A mountain trail leads to the Parsennhütte and from there to the middle station of the Parsennbahn. At the Meierhofer Tälli, just above the chairlift station, the famous mountain bike descent begins, which ends at Lake Davos. Along the main road you go back to the village center.

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      • April 2, 2019

  4. Adrian Röthlisberger planned a mountain bike ride.

    April 2, 2019

    24.2 mi
    6.9 mph
    2,075 ft
    6,925 ft
    1. Adrian Röthlisberger

      IMBA added the route from Sertig to Filisur to their list of Epic trails
      - rightly. The tour contains almost exclusively flowing singletrack and ends under the famous Landwasser Viaduct.
      In the morning sun you go from the Jakobshorn to the descent to the Sertig. The way is easy to ride, but requires full concentration. Now you climb the singletrack, which is usually used as a descent, up to the Rinerhorn. This stretch has been redeveloped and has been mobile since that day. Finally, you reach the mountain station of the Rinerhornbahn and already have a true single trail fireworks behind. Now follow the officially signposted route to Monstein.
      The singletrack leads mostly slightly downhill, but always has a few short climb in there. It is considered one of the most beautiful routes in the Davos region. From Monstein after the bridge a crisp climb on a alpine road to the start of the trail to Jenisberg is announced. This always leads slightly downhill, offers fun first class and finally ends in the canyon gorge. On the old road you go to Bärentritt, then on trails to the railway station Wiesen, to the Leidboden and finally along the Landwasser river to the famous Landwasser Viaduct. Finally, you crank up to the Filisur station and return to Davos with the Rhaetian Railway.
      Tip: Start the tour more comfortably and start on the Rinerhorn.

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      • April 2, 2019

  5. Adrian Röthlisberger planned a mountain bike ride.

    March 30, 2019

    12.1 mi
    6.6 mph
    1,600 ft
    1,600 ft
  6. Adrian Röthlisberger planned a mountain bike ride.

    March 30, 2019

    12.6 mi
    6.0 mph
    1,525 ft
    1,575 ft
  7. Adrian Röthlisberger planned a hike.

    March 30, 2019

  8. Adrian Röthlisberger planned a mountain bike ride.

    November 10, 2018

    21.4 mi
    6.1 mph
    3,275 ft
    3,000 ft
  9. Adrian Röthlisberger went for a hike.

    November 4, 2018

    2.15 mi
    1.7 mph
    700 ft
    675 ft
  10. Adrian Röthlisberger planned a mountain bike ride.

    October 19, 2018

    37.2 mi
    6.4 mph
    5,025 ft
    5,025 ft
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