GPS Biketicket 2 RIDE black
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The mother of all enduro tours! Pedal almost 700 metres uphill and 6,000 metres downhill. A special bike experience with 10 different mountain railways.
The tour can be started from various starting points. This description starts in Chur. (Alternatively also in Lenzerheide and Arosa)
The Brambrüesch mountain railway takes you from the capital of grisons to the first summit, to Brambrüesch. The start of the Freeride Tour is identical with the signposted Biketicket to RIDE red No. 616 to Churwalden. From Heidbüel, you will traverse via Alp Stätz and Spoina to Heidsee. The third ascent is on the chairlift to Piz Scalottas. The descent from Scalottas via Sporz to Lenzerheide is mostly newly built and leads past Alp Fops. It continues on the east flank of Lenzerheide, on the Rothorn side. The mountain railways take bikers up to the Parpaner Rothorn. Follow the single trail to the entrance to the Älpliseetrail. A real singletrail highlight. Once in Arosa, the Hörnlibahn takes you comfortably up to the Hörnli. Now it's down to the Schwellisee on the technically very demanding single trail. The next cable car, Arosa to Weishorn, will transport you back up to 2653 metres above sea level in no time. From the Weisshorn summit, a breathtaking singletrail leads to Ochsenalp and on to Tschiertschen. After some traversing and a couple of meters on the road, the last trail highlights lead to Chur. After six peaks, ten mountain railways and endless single trails downhill, the tour ends at its starting point
Attention: The chair lifts Tgantieni, Scalottas and Weisshorn 2 do not transport downhill bikes
Those who start this tour from Chur, earn the badge "Black Mamba" in the Bike Kingdom App
Please note the respective operating times and the transport criteria at the Scalottas and Weisshorn before starting the tour. You can find more information here
Plan enough time and respect other trail users - Trail tolerance!
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