411 Lutersee Bike
411 Lutersee Bike

Mountainbiking

Lutersee Bike

Lutersee Bike

Andermatt–Andermatt

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Lutersee Bike

Lutersee Bike

Andermatt – the mainly winter sport destination also offers sports fanatics a range of possibilities in summer. This tour leads you through alpine meadows and past historic military sites to the picturesque lake Lutersee.
The tour starts in Andermatt at the tourist information office. Follow the Oberalp-Pass road via Obergadmen to Nätschen. Here you branch off north on a freight road followed by a well developed nature trail that steadily inclines and leads you through alpine meadows strewn with rocks. Along the route you discover many left over military buildings from the cold war, which are reminders of the turbulent past. Up at Stöckli you could have a first rest. Gaze across the Ursern valley and enjoy the view into the valley and also of the rotating wind turbines in the background, which are eye-catchingly situated up on Gütsch.

The last part of the route leads you along the old military road with an easy climb past the lake Lutersee to Platten, the actual destination of your tour. If you don't mind cold water then enjoy a refreshing dip in the crystal clear mountain lake. The route back goes along the same roads as on the way up - all the way back to Andermatt, where the cosy restaurants and cafés invite you to have a well deserved rest.
Andermatt – the mainly winter sport destination also offers sports fanatics a range of possibilities in summer. This tour leads you through alpine meadows and past historic military sites to the picturesque lake Lutersee.
The tour starts in Andermatt at the tourist information office. Follow the Oberalp-Pass road via Obergadmen to Nätschen. Here you branch off north on a freight road followed by a well developed nature trail that steadily inclines and leads you through alpine meadows strewn with rocks. Along the route you discover many left over military buildings from the cold war, which are reminders of the turbulent past. Up at Stöckli you could have a first rest. Gaze across the Ursern valley and enjoy the view into the valley and also of the rotating wind turbines in the background, which are eye-catchingly situated up on Gütsch.

The last part of the route leads you along the old military road with an easy climb past the lake Lutersee to Platten, the actual destination of your tour. If you don't mind cold water then enjoy a refreshing dip in the crystal clear mountain lake. The route back goes along the same roads as on the way up - all the way back to Andermatt, where the cosy restaurants and cafés invite you to have a well deserved rest.
29 km | 1 Stage
Asphalted: 13 km
Natural surface: 16 km
of which Singletrail: 0 km
1100 m | 1100 m
easy | difficult

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel Andermatt
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Season

Season
Beware: snowfields possible into summer months on high-level sections.

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Tours with an e-mountain bike
The tourism organisations had these routes registered specifically as e-mountain bike routes. Technically, they are not too difficult, no passages where the bike has to be carried, short sections where it needs to be pushed, and doable with one battery charge (max. 1000 -1200 m altitude difference). Details about e-mountain biking are available at
www.andermatt.ch

Contact

Uri Tourismus AG
Schützengasse 11
6460 Altdorf
Tel. +41 (0)41 874 80 00
info@uri.info
www.uri.info

Services

Accommodation

The River House
The River House
Andermatt
Hotel 3 Könige & Post
Hotel 3 Könige & Post
Andermatt
Pension zum Turm, Urner Ski- und Wanderheim
Pension zum Turm, Urner Ski- und Wanderheim
Hospental
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Places

Andermatt
Andermatt
Göschenen
Göschenen
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Places of interest

Monument of Suworow
Monument of Suworow
The diabolic and wild Schöllenenschlucht
The diabolic and wild Schöllenenschlucht
Waterworld Göschenen
Waterworld Göschenen
Where the Vorderrhein rises
Where the Vorderrhein rises
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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