301 Kerenzerberg Bike
301 Kerenzerberg Bike

Mountainbiking

Kerenzerberg Bike

Kerenzerberg Bike

Filzbach–Filzbach

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Kerenzerberg Bike

Kerenzerberg Bike

All mountain bike lovers will enjoy this route on the Kerenzerberg in Glarus, along a plateau at the foothills of the Alps situated high above the Walensee lake, with a view over the Linth plain to Lake Zurich.
We start near the valley station of Sportbahnen Kerenzerberg in Filzbach and travel by bike along Forststrasse to Alp Habergschwänd. At the end of the unpaved road, an (approx. 1km) single track leads to the restaurant of the same name. After a short descent, the Talsee lake invites you to take a swim and the Talalpsee mountain restaurant entices you to stop for a bite to eat.

From the alpine Talhütten leads a rough and sometimes steeply sloping path towards Hüttenberg road and to Hüttenberge restaurant. Further challenging sections await us on the descent to Mühlehorn. Here, on the shore of the Walensee lake, is the lowest point of this route. In the old hammer mill in Mühlehorn, stubborn, hard iron is made flexible and malleable in the furnace, in order to be able to form it into a new shape between a hammer and an anvil. An insight into this business is always worth it.

From now on, there's a pleasant journey upwards on the tarred, old Kerenzerberg road via Voglingen towards Obstalden and, from there, along the Kerenzerberg road to the starting point in Filzbach.
All mountain bike lovers will enjoy this route on the Kerenzerberg in Glarus, along a plateau at the foothills of the Alps situated high above the Walensee lake, with a view over the Linth plain to Lake Zurich.
We start near the valley station of Sportbahnen Kerenzerberg in Filzbach and travel by bike along Forststrasse to Alp Habergschwänd. At the end of the unpaved road, an (approx. 1km) single track leads to the restaurant of the same name. After a short descent, the Talsee lake invites you to take a swim and the Talalpsee mountain restaurant entices you to stop for a bite to eat.

From the alpine Talhütten leads a rough and sometimes steeply sloping path towards Hüttenberg road and to Hüttenberge restaurant. Further challenging sections await us on the descent to Mühlehorn. Here, on the shore of the Walensee lake, is the lowest point of this route. In the old hammer mill in Mühlehorn, stubborn, hard iron is made flexible and malleable in the furnace, in order to be able to form it into a new shape between a hammer and an anvil. An insight into this business is always worth it.

From now on, there's a pleasant journey upwards on the tarred, old Kerenzerberg road via Voglingen towards Obstalden and, from there, along the Kerenzerberg road to the starting point in Filzbach.
23 km | 1 Stage
Asphalted: 17 km
Natural surface: 6 km
of which Singletrail: 1 km
950 m | 950 m
medium | medium

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel Filzbach, Post
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Saving metres in altitude Habergschwänd
There is a chair lift between Filzbach (Habergschwänd Talst) and Habergschwänd that saves about 550 metres in altitude.

Hints

Hint
Cloakrooms and showers can be used in the Kerenzerberg sport centre in Filzbach before the journey home.

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel Filzbach, Post
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Contact

Sportbahnen Kerenzerberg GmbH
Talalpstrasse 15
8757 Filzbach
Tel. +41 (0)43 888 53 02
info@kerenzerbergbahn.ch
www.kerenzerbergbahn.ch

Services

Accommodation

Seminarhotel Lihn
Seminarhotel Lihn
Filzbach
Parkhotel Schwert
Parkhotel Schwert
Weesen
Hotel-Restaurant Flyhof
Hotel-Restaurant Flyhof
Weesen
Berggasthaus Habergschwänd
Berggasthaus Habergschwänd
Filzbach
lofthotel
lofthotel
Murg
Hotel Arvenbüel
Hotel Arvenbüel
Amden
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Places

Murg
Murg
Amden - Weesen
Amden - Weesen
Filzbach
Filzbach
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Places of interest

Walensee (Lake Walenstadt)
Walensee (Lake Walenstadt)
Seerenbach Falls and source of the Rin
Seerenbach Falls and source of the Rin
Hinterbetlis–Amden
Hinterbetlis–Amden
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Signalization

Signalization
For mountain biking, follow the logo indicated on the red signposts. Take a printout of our web map on your tour for safety's sake.
Signalization