616 Biketicket to RIDE
616 Biketicket to RIDE

Mountainbiking

Biketicket to RIDE (rot)

Biketicket to RIDE (rot)

Lenzerheide–Lenzerheide

Route report
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Biketicket to RIDE (rot)

Biketicket to RIDE (rot)

This is a tour made for single trail fans: about 400 altitude meters up, five lift rides and more than 2800 altitude meters down. In addition to all the single trails, the views of Heidsee Lake, the Albula Valley and the Domleschg region are breathtaking. Never a dull moment.
Lenzerheide is the hub of the Biketicket to Ride. This is where you take the chairlift up to Piz Scalottas. Before you barrel down the mountain again, spend some time at the peak to savour the fantastic views of the Albula Valley and the Domleschg region. Riding up and down on small roads and trails you reach Alp Stätz. The high-altitude trail is a highlight and not just because of the exceptional flow. The view of the sparkling blue Heidsee Lake makes it extra special. Once on the alp, you immediately shoot down the single trail to Parpan.

The next segment via Fanüllatobel to Chur includes some short uphill sections, but the downhills on the forest trail (with lots of roots) easily make up for the effort. The downhill ride ends near the base station of the Brambrüesch cableway. It is the starting point for the return to Lenzerheide. By cableway the bikers get up to the summit station where the next single trail begins right after an initial short warm-up.

The easily flowing path leads through the area above Malix and a small gravel road takes you to Churwalden – and the next gondola. From the mountain station near Alp Stätz – for the second time already – a mix of mountain roads and single trails continues to Spoina and finally down to Heidsee lake.
This is a tour made for single trail fans: about 400 altitude meters up, five lift rides and more than 2800 altitude meters down. In addition to all the single trails, the views of Heidsee Lake, the Albula Valley and the Domleschg region are breathtaking. Never a dull moment.
Lenzerheide is the hub of the Biketicket to Ride. This is where you take the chairlift up to Piz Scalottas. Before you barrel down the mountain again, spend some time at the peak to savour the fantastic views of the Albula Valley and the Domleschg region. Riding up and down on small roads and trails you reach Alp Stätz. The high-altitude trail is a highlight and not just because of the exceptional flow. The view of the sparkling blue Heidsee Lake makes it extra special. Once on the alp, you immediately shoot down the single trail to Parpan.

The next segment via Fanüllatobel to Chur includes some short uphill sections, but the downhills on the forest trail (with lots of roots) easily make up for the effort. The downhill ride ends near the base station of the Brambrüesch cableway. It is the starting point for the return to Lenzerheide. By cableway the bikers get up to the summit station where the next single trail begins right after an initial short warm-up.

The easily flowing path leads through the area above Malix and a small gravel road takes you to Churwalden – and the next gondola. From the mountain station near Alp Stätz – for the second time already – a mix of mountain roads and single trails continues to Spoina and finally down to Heidsee lake.
41 km | 1 Stage
Asphalted: 14 km
Natural surface: 27 km
of which Singletrail: 13 km
620 m | 3100 m
medium | medium

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel Lenzerheide/Lai, Post
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Signalization

Signalization
This route is only signposted in one direction: Lenzerheide-Piz Scalottas-Churwalden-Brambrüesch-Churwalden-Alp Stätz-Lenzerheide

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Public transport section Alp Stätz
The section between Churwalden (Talstation) and Heidbüel is travelled by aerial cableway and is not signalled.
Public transport section Brambrüesch
The section between Chur (Brambrüeschbahn) and Brambrüesch is travelled by aerial cableway and is not signalled.
Public transport section Piz Scalottas
The section between Lenzerheide/Lai Val Sporz and Piz Scalottas is travelled by chair lift and is not signalled.
Warning: The Tgantieni and Scalottas chairlift does not transport downhill bikes (over 160mm suspension travel). Protector jackets and full-face helmets are also prohibited. Normal helmets, knee and elbow protectors are permitted.

Hints

Hint
Recommended – down hills with well-sprung bikes.

Contact

Ferienregion Lenzerheide
Voa Principala 37
7078 Lenzerheide
Tel. +41 (0)81 385 57 00
info@lenzerheide.com
www.lenzerheide.com

Services

Accommodation

Hotel Alpina
Hotel Alpina
Parpan
Hotel Drei Könige
Hotel Drei Könige
Chur
Ambiente Hotel Freieck
Ambiente Hotel Freieck
Chur
Hotel Post
Hotel Post
Chur
Hotel Chur
Hotel Chur
Chur
Biohof Danuser
Biohof Danuser
Felsberg
Jugendherberge Valbella-Lenzerheide
Jugendherberge Valbella-Lenzerheide
Valbella
Hotel Seehof
Hotel Seehof
Valbella
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Places

Lenzerheide
Lenzerheide
Chur – the Alpine City
Chur – the Alpine City
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Places of interest

Rothorn Lenzerheide
Rothorn Lenzerheide
The Alte Schin – a deep, dreadful ravine
The Alte Schin – a deep, dreadful ravine
Pumptrack Parpan
Pumptrack Parpan
St Maria Himmelfahrt Cathedral Chur
St Maria Himmelfahrt Cathedral Chur
Rhaetian Museum
Rhaetian Museum
Grisons Museum of Natural History
Grisons Museum of Natural History
Grisons Museum of Fine Arts
Grisons Museum of Fine Arts
Old Town Chur
Old Town Chur
Pumptrack Segnes Chur
Pumptrack Segnes Chur
Alpenbikepark Chur
Alpenbikepark Chur
Brambrüesch - Chur's mountain
Brambrüesch - Chur's mountain
Pradaschier - toboggan run
Pradaschier - toboggan run
Bikepark Lenzerheide
Bikepark Lenzerheide
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Swimming

Sand Chur outdoor swimming pool
Sand Chur outdoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool Obere Au Chur
Outdoor swimming pool Obere Au Chur
Obere Au Chur adventure bath and indoor swimming pool
Obere Au Chur adventure bath and indoor swimming pool
Churwalden outdoor swimming pool
Churwalden outdoor swimming pool
Spa Pool H2Lai Lenzerheide
Spa Pool H2Lai Lenzerheide
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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