Stage 2: Parpan - Laax , Flowtour Graubünden
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On today's stage, it goes from Parpan on flowing single trails back to Chur. The stop in the Alpine town is only short-lived. With the bikes on the rear carrier, the post car takes you to Flims, where there is even more Trailspass on the program until the evening, e.B. through the fairytale Flimserwald to Trin. Download Trailbook now!discover
Good driving technicians drive from Parpan up to the Churer Joch and the steep single trail downhill to Passugg.
At hot temperatures, the Rhine directly in front of Ilanz invites you to a cooling bath.
If you arrive in Flims early, you should make a detour to the idyllic Lake Cauma.
After an extensive sports breakfast, we start this morning in Parpan and drive past the alpine settlements of Churwalden to Vargan, where the Grida Trail begins. The path winds through the dense fir forest and offers top-class driving pleasure. At Grida, another few meters have to be mastered on a forest road. Immediately afterwards, however, flowing single trail fun is announced until the first houses of Chur. The journey by Postbus from Chur to Flims (Waldhaus station) takes just under thirty minutes, where the second part of today's stage starts. Through the Flimserwald we drive on flowing trails down to the Rhine to Trin Station. The Rhaetian Railway takes us to Ilanz, the Postbus continues to Falera. Either you now head to the hotel in Laax, or – never-ending trail riders attach an additional loop. From the mountain village of Falera, the route leads via Schluein down to Ilanz. From there you can take the postbus back to Laax or follow the right bank of the Rhine to the station Valendas. A short ascent of 110 metres in altitude leads to Sagogn, from where you can now take the Postbus back up to Laax. So you have a few route options at this stage.
Effective kilometres on the bike: 45 km.
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