Engadin St. Moritz Tourismus AG

About Engadin St. Moritz Tourismus AG

400 Kilometer reinstes Fahrvergnügen: Die ausgeschilderten Engadiner Mountainbike-Routen machen mobil. Und wer den schönsten Aufstieg, den attraktivsten Trail oder das spektakulärste Panorama sucht, profitiert von den Insider-Tipps der Experten: Gut, gibt es im Engadin auf jedem Niveau organisierte Touren. Für den passenden Rahmen sorgen spezialisierte Bike-Hotels mit etwas Extraservice und die Bergbahnen bringen Mountainbiker in sportliche Höhen – und eröffnen Ambitionierten neue Dimensionen....

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  1. Engadin St. Moritz Tourismus AG planned a mountain bike ride.

    June 3, 2021

    01:24
    11.7 mi
    8.4 mph
    800 ft
    4,975 ft
    1. Engadin St. Moritz Tourismus AG

      This tour also begins on the summit of Piz Nair. You can choose from various mountain railways to get to the summit with your bike. Above you can stop off in the panorama restaurant. It is not often that you have the opportunity to eat in front of such a wonderful view. And strengthening it can't hurt. The first trails will bring you to the natural reservoir Lej Alv. Soon afterwards there is a short sliding passage. From the Selin mountain flank you can enjoy a wonderful view of the Bernadina Valley and the Engadine plateau.If you haven't already returned to the summit, we recommend a rest on Alp Muntatsch. Reinvigorated, you continue on even more fantastic trails that will eventually take you to Samedan. Again and again you enjoy wonderful views from the trail into the surrounding mountains. In Samedan you can then decide whether to follow the road to Celerina or St. Moritz. In both places you can end the tour comfortably and make plans for the next day on the trails.

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      • June 7, 2021

  2. Engadin St. Moritz Tourismus AG planned a mountain bike ride.

    June 3, 2021

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      The Piz Nair towers over the Engadine at 3,057 meters and is commonly regarded as the local mountain of St. Moritz. On its slopes you not only enjoy fantastic views, there are also countless trails that are just waiting for mountain bikers. The cable cars and mountain railways are also geared towards bikers and give you endless possibilities for various tour combinations. The Signalbahn takes you all the way up to the summit. Before you set out on the trail, it is worth stopping at the panorama restaurant. In this case, however, the view of the Bernina Group and the other 3,000-meter peaks is only the starter. Because here begins a descent for real gourmets.By the way, you can also get on the Chantarella cable car in St. Moritz-Dorf to get to Piz Nair and thus to the starting point of the tour. In any case, you start directly from the summit on a fantastic trail that first takes you down to Corviglia. Fluid, easy passages alternate with some technical challenges. From Corviglia you then drive on the flowing Olympia Trail. Pure trail fun down to Chantarella ensures a high level of adrenaline, before you then use the asphalt road to get back to the valley relaxed.

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      • June 7, 2021

  3. Engadin St. Moritz Tourismus AG planned a mountain bike ride.

    June 3, 2021

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      On this panorama trail tour you will experience the most beautiful sides of the Engadin landscape. It is suitable as a demanding day tour, but can also be extended to several days. In addition, thanks to three different mountain railways, you have the opportunity to bypass the strenuous uphills in a relaxed manner in order to concentrate fully on the flowing descents. Either way, you will experience fantastic panoramic views that can only be experienced in the mountains around Corviglia. The entire round tour is signposted and you can get on at any point for maximum flexibility.On the way you will not only pass intersections with countless other trails, but also various restaurants and even a swimming lake, the Lej da Staz. If you have the time, you can also experience some enjoyment besides the bike. The official starting point is in Celerina. An impressive panorama awaits you between Alp Muntatsch and Marguns. But the other parts of the trail are also absolutely worth seeing and experiencing. Have fun on an extensive tour of discovery around Corviglia!

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      • June 7, 2021

  4. Engadin St. Moritz Tourismus AG planned a mountain bike ride.

    June 3, 2021

    03:48
    20.9 mi
    5.5 mph
    3,350 ft
    3,350 ft
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    1. Engadin St. Moritz Tourismus AG

      What could be nicer than an extended day tour on a mountain bike in the enchanting landscape of the Engadine? The Suvretta Loop is a trail tour that will surely inspire you if you like to combine flow and fun on trails with inspiring natural beauty. The scenic background of the tour is formed by the Val Suvretta and Val Bever. Demanding uphills are combined with flowing descents and form an irresistible combination that makes the heart of every mountain biker beat faster. You will also get very close to Piz Nair on this tour.It starts at the train station in Celerina. From here you crank up to Marguns or alternatively take the gondola lift. Passing the Corviglia mountain station, you will reach the highest point on the Suvretta Pass via a steep gravel road and a beautiful trail that follows. From here it goes downhill. The dreamlike trail meanders flowily over six kilometers down through Val Suvretta to Val Bever. You then cover the last few meters on a beautiful gravel path, which finally brings you back to the starting point of the tour in Celerina. All in all, a very impressive tour that you will not soon forget.

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      • June 7, 2021

  5. Engadin St. Moritz Tourismus AG planned a mountain bike ride.

    June 3, 2021

    00:22
    5.16 mi
    14.0 mph
    50 ft
    2,100 ft
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    1. Engadin St. Moritz Tourismus AG

      A very special trail awaits you and your bike at the Albula Pass. The new Albula Trail is eight kilometers long with 625 meters of pure fun. You can get to the start either by cranking the paved pass road up to the Albula Hospice or by taking the shuttle bus to chauffeur you in a relaxed manner. Either way, you are guaranteed a flowing descent. The entirely hand-built route has little to do with the former beaten path, the route of which it uses.After a rather flat entry, the fast descent begins. Every stone here has its place, every obstacle has been carefully placed. The trail is extremely varied and surprises with rocky passages, wooden bridges and lots of flowing sections. In the lower part it goes into the forest before you reach the goal in La Punt. If you haven't had enough, you can easily take the bus back to the top of the pass. You can find details about the shuttle service at busalpin.ch.

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      • June 7, 2021

  6. Engadin St. Moritz Tourismus AG planned a mountain bike ride.

    June 3, 2021

    00:14
    2.29 mi
    9.9 mph
    25 ft
    900 ft
    1. Engadin St. Moritz Tourismus AG

      The WM Flow Trail is a real tip for all bikers who, in addition to flow and fun, are also looking for fantastic foresight. It starts at the Corviglia mountain station and leads you through a fantastic panorama towards Alp Giop. A unique piece of trail architecture awaits you - a 360-degree curve. Yes, you've read that correctly. This new element leads you directly into a downhill pump track. You won't be able to get enough of the mixture of modern elements, flowing descent and mountain panorama.It is all the more practical that you can get on the Chantarella cable car at the end of the trail, so that you can comfortably shuttle back to the beginning of the trail and start the next lap straight away. The best thing to do is to get the day ticket, with which you can make as many journeys as you like. You can also extend the descent, for example by combining it with the Foppettas Flow Trail via the Alp Suvretta. There are truly no limits to the possibilities in the Biker Valley Engadin.

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      • June 7, 2021

  7. Engadin St. Moritz Tourismus AG planned a mountain bike ride.

    June 3, 2021

    1. Engadin St. Moritz Tourismus AG

      The Olympia Flow Trail is all about fun and flow. It looks like a gigantic pump track that blends into the breathtaking landscape of the Engadine. The trail begins at the Corviglia mountain station and first leads to Sass Runzöl. From here you continue towards Alp Nova. The finish is at the middle station of Chantarella. So you can comfortably be shuttled up the mountain and enjoy this service even after the downhill pass to extend your tour. The flow never has to end like this.From St. Moritz-Dorf in the valley, the Coviglia-Bahn takes you and your bike directly to the start of the trail. Not only ambitious downhill skiers get their money's worth here, the trail is also suitable for a relaxed tour with the whole family. On Corviglia you have a huge selection of trails and tours. The Olympia Flow Trail is ideal for warming up, or as the crowning glory of a day tour through the mountains of the Engadine. So get in the saddle and enjoy the flow on the trails in the Biker Valley.

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      • June 7, 2021

  8. Engadin St. Moritz Tourismus AG planned a mountain bike ride.

    June 3, 2021

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      Foppetta's Flow Trail starts in Futschöls. The Signalbahn takes you and your bike to the mountain station in a relaxed manner. From here you drive along a gravel path over the Alp Suvretta and thus reach the start of the trail. Now you can expect a flowing descent with countless small jumps and berms. Regardless of whether you want adrenaline and speed or you just want to relax and have fun - Foppetta's Flow Trail is suitable for all levels of technical ability and skill. After all, you can really let it rip on the many berms and jumps, but for the less experienced, all obstacles can also be avoided in a relaxed manner. That doesn't detract from the fun.After the long trail descent through the forest you finally reach Champfèr. Here you can either stop off and replenish your energy budget or get back on the signal train straight away. There are tons of ways and styles to ride Foppetta's Flow Trail and the shuttle service saves you time and energy so you can do more descents in a day. Of course, you can also combine it wonderfully with the other flow trails in this region. After all, you are in the Biker Valley Engadin, where the choice of exciting trails is almost endless.

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      • June 7, 2021

  9. Engadin St. Moritz Tourismus AG planned a hike.

    April 14, 2021

    05:37
    10.1 mi
    1.8 mph
    1,000 ft
    3,950 ft
    1. Engadin St. Moritz Tourismus AG

      On the last stage of the Bernina Tour, you take the mountain railway up to the Murtèl middle station in the morning. From there it is initially steep and then becoming flatter downhill. You cross the slopes to Alp Prasüra and slowly advance into a new landscape. It is getting greener and greener and the Upper Engadine lakes spread out down in the valley.From the alp there is one last steep descent into the valley to Sils. You cross the village and now walk on the Via Engiadina high trail above Lake Sils. Beautiful paths lead you across meadows and through forests, in between it gets a bit rocky every now and then.Behind the steep slopes on the eastern north shore of the lake it is a little flatter and slightly hilly. Here you pass the two mountain pastures Grevasalvas and Blaunca with their typical stone houses. A final steep descent finally brings you down to Maloja, where your long-distance hike through the impressive landscapes around the Bernina ends.

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      • April 15, 2021

  10. Engadin St. Moritz Tourismus AG planned a hike.

    April 14, 2021

    1. Engadin St. Moritz Tourismus AG

      On the fourth day, the Bernina Tour is a little gentler at the beginning: the first half of the route is a little ascent through forests of larch and Swiss stone pines in the picturesque Val Roseg. Where the trees are slowly becoming fewer, there is a wonderful view of the mountains at the head of the valley: Piz Tschierva, Piz Morteratsch and the Biancograt, which leads to Piz Bernina, line up in front of your amazed eyes. In addition, the Piz Roseg with the Sella group and the Piz Glüschaint present themselves.Then the consistently steep ascent to Fuorcla Surlej begins over the eastern slopes of the valley. The higher you get, the better the view of the peaks. If you need even more motivation: Up on the saddle, a mountain inn awaits you with refreshments and refreshments and a small lake in which the mountains that you have been admiring all day are reflected.On the other side of the saddle, you climb a little downhill and then cross with a final counter-climb over to the Murtèl middle station in the Corvatsch area. From there you take the mountain railway down to Surlej. The last trip is usually at 5:05 p.m., only from July to mid-August the last cabin gondolas 20 minutes later into the valley.

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      • April 15, 2021

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