GPS Biketicket 2 RIDE black
The mother of all enduro tours for ambitious bikers. 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. After the two mountain railways have brought you to Brambrüesch, the tour leads identical with the signposted Biketicket to RIDE red No. 616 to Lenzerheide. Exception is the descent from the alp Stätz to the lake where the black round follows the zigzag trail. As the third mountain we tackle the Scalottas. For the cable car transport from Val Sporz to Piz Scalottas, please note that only bikes with a maximum suspension travel of 160 mm and no DH protective equipment (Full Face helmet and protector jackets) are permitted. The descent from the Scalottas via Sporz to Lenzerheide is truly a trail pleasure. Afterwards you change to the other side of the valley to the valley station Rothorn. The mountain railways take you to the Rothorn summit at 2,865 m above sea level. After the highest descent over the scree on the original BIKE ATTACK route (No. 611), the gallery is followed by the Älpliseetrail, a highlight for all experienced enduro bikers. Arrived in Arosa, the Hörnlibahn takes you comfortably up to the Hörnli. Now it's on the technically very demanding single trail down to the Schwellisee. Then the LAW Arosa-Weisshorn takes us to the Weisshorn summit. Here, too, only bikes with a maximum suspension travel of 180 mm and no DH protective equipment (integral helmet and protector jackets) are transported. A breathtaking single trail leads from the Weisshorn summit to Ochsenalp and on to Tschiertschen. After the village tour further trail highlights lead to Chur. After six peaks, ten mountain railways and endless single trails downhill, the enduro tour ends again in Chur.
HOME OF TRAILS:By the way: On this tour you will pass the alpine hut Fops, where Danny MacAskill and Claudio Caluori jumped off the terrace in the video "Home of Trails".