432 Val di Campo
432 Val di Campo

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Val di Campo

Val di Campo

Poschiavo–Poschiavo

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Val di Campo

Val di Campo

This route is perfect for riders for whom it’s all about mixing a fabulous panorama with a generous helping of isolated, easily rideable natural trails. Cultural curiosity is satisfied by the small town of Poschiavo, starting and finishing point, with its historic centre.
The first part of the route follows the original Bernina Pass road. Unlike the current road, the old route winds along the bottom of the valley, not far from the riverbed.

After a few hairpin bends in the forest above Sfazù, the scenic and natural spectacle of the Val di Campo opens up to the rider. Due to its sprawling larch and mountain pine forest and landslide moraine lakes – «Lagh da Saoseo» and «Lagh da Val Viola» – the Di Campo Valley was entered in the Federal Inventory of Swiss Heritage Sites of national importance in 1977. The rough track ends at the Alpe Campo, highest point of the route. At the Rifugio/Ristorante Alpe Campo as well as the nearby Rifugio Saoseo (SAC Hut) in Lungacqua you can enjoy delicious Poschiavo specialities.

After refreshments you head to Terzana, a picturesque hamlet with alpine farms on the other side of the valley. From there the route which leads via Festignani and Urezza to Cansumé, is characterised by a great many up hill and down dale hairpin bends. The thriling descent from Cansumé to Poschiavo gives the legs a chance to recover and provides an opportunity to enjoy the panorama across to the Lago di Poschiavo and beyond.
This route is perfect for riders for whom it’s all about mixing a fabulous panorama with a generous helping of isolated, easily rideable natural trails. Cultural curiosity is satisfied by the small town of Poschiavo, starting and finishing point, with its historic centre.
The first part of the route follows the original Bernina Pass road. Unlike the current road, the old route winds along the bottom of the valley, not far from the riverbed.

After a few hairpin bends in the forest above Sfazù, the scenic and natural spectacle of the Val di Campo opens up to the rider. Due to its sprawling larch and mountain pine forest and landslide moraine lakes – «Lagh da Saoseo» and «Lagh da Val Viola» – the Di Campo Valley was entered in the Federal Inventory of Swiss Heritage Sites of national importance in 1977. The rough track ends at the Alpe Campo, highest point of the route. At the Rifugio/Ristorante Alpe Campo as well as the nearby Rifugio Saoseo (SAC Hut) in Lungacqua you can enjoy delicious Poschiavo specialities.

After refreshments you head to Terzana, a picturesque hamlet with alpine farms on the other side of the valley. From there the route which leads via Festignani and Urezza to Cansumé, is characterised by a great many up hill and down dale hairpin bends. The thriling descent from Cansumé to Poschiavo gives the legs a chance to recover and provides an opportunity to enjoy the panorama across to the Lago di Poschiavo and beyond.
36 km | 1 Stage
Asphalted: 16 km
Natural surface: 20 km
of which Singletrail: 3 km
1500 m | 1500 m
medium | difficult

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel Poschiavo
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Signalization

Signalization
This route is only signposted in one direction: Poschiavo–San Carlo–Terzana–Poschiavo

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel Poschiavo
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Contact

Valposchiavo Turismo
Stazione
7742 Poschiavo
Tel. +41 (0)81 839 00 60
info@valposchiavo.ch
www.valposchiavo.ch

Services

Accommodation

Albergo Altavilla
Albergo Altavilla
Poschiavo
Rifugio Saoseo CAS
Rifugio Saoseo CAS
Val di Campo
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Places

Alp Grüm
Alp Grüm
Cavaglia
Cavaglia
Le Prese
Le Prese
Poschiavo
Poschiavo
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Places of interest

Cavaglia–Poschiavo (Passo del Bernina)
Cavaglia–Poschiavo (Passo del Bernina)
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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