630 Hochwang - Peisteralp
630 Hochwang - Peisteralp

Mountainbiking

Hochwang–Peisteralp

Hochwang–Peisteralp

Arosa–Arosa

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Hochwang–Peisteralp

Hochwang–Peisteralp

The Hochwang - Peisteralp route is a delight for all bike riders. After a descent to Molinis, the route climbs briskly and conttinues all the way to the Skihaus Hochwang. From there you return to Arosa via Peisteralp, Pirigen and Langwies.
The circular tour to the Schanfigg Valley is of an attractive. From Arosa the route leads via the reservoir to Litzirüti and then on to Molinis. Single tracks and forest roads set riders' pulses racing. In Molina the route starts to climb steeply via Pagig and Triemal to Skihaus Hochwang. As the climb is made on the tarred Alpine road, it is negotiable in every weather. Once you arrive at the top, treat yourself to a well-deserved break.

In addition to food and drink, the Restaurant Hochwang offers a gorgeous view of large tracts of the Schanfigg. After a short break, you head for the Peisteralp. There is a stretch of about 300 metres at the start which is not rideable for all cyclists but can easily be managed on foot across a meadow.

From here the route continues along the Schanfigger Höhenweg and attractive single tracks to the Peisteralp. Then a beautiful and fast decent takes you down to Langwies from where you ascend ascent through a peaceful forest.
The Hochwang - Peisteralp route is a delight for all bike riders. After a descent to Molinis, the route climbs briskly and conttinues all the way to the Skihaus Hochwang. From there you return to Arosa via Peisteralp, Pirigen and Langwies.
The circular tour to the Schanfigg Valley is of an attractive. From Arosa the route leads via the reservoir to Litzirüti and then on to Molinis. Single tracks and forest roads set riders' pulses racing. In Molina the route starts to climb steeply via Pagig and Triemal to Skihaus Hochwang. As the climb is made on the tarred Alpine road, it is negotiable in every weather. Once you arrive at the top, treat yourself to a well-deserved break.

In addition to food and drink, the Restaurant Hochwang offers a gorgeous view of large tracts of the Schanfigg. After a short break, you head for the Peisteralp. There is a stretch of about 300 metres at the start which is not rideable for all cyclists but can easily be managed on foot across a meadow.

From here the route continues along the Schanfigger Höhenweg and attractive single tracks to the Peisteralp. Then a beautiful and fast decent takes you down to Langwies from where you ascend ascent through a peaceful forest.
41 km | 1 Stage
Asphalted: 17 km
Natural surface: 24 km
of which Singletrail: 4 km
1850 m | 1850 m
medium | difficult

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel Arosa
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Season

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

Signalization

Signalization
This route is only signposted in one direction: Arosa–Molinis–Langwies–Arosa

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Surface/foundation
The route from the Hochwanghütte to the Peisteralp can be very wet and boggy after rain.

Hints

Hint
From Langwies, those who would like to, can catch the Rhätische Bahn back to Arosa.

Contact

Arosa Tourismus
Arosastrasse 27
7050 Arosa
Tel. +41 (0)81 378 70 20
arosa@arosa.swiss
www.arosa.ch

Services

Accommodation

Fideriser Heuberge (Heuberge AG)
Fideriser Heuberge (Heuberge AG)
Fideriser Heuberge
Ski- und Berggasthaus Casanna
Ski- und Berggasthaus Casanna
Langwies
Schluocht-Hof
Schluocht-Hof
Langwies
Pension Alte Post
Pension Alte Post
Langwies
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Places

Arosa
Arosa
Tschiertschen
Tschiertschen
Langwies
Langwies
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Places of interest

Weisshorn Arosa
Weisshorn Arosa
Pumptrack Arosa
Pumptrack Arosa
Arosa Untersee
Arosa Untersee
Skill Center Arosa
Skill Center Arosa
Langwies Viaduct
Langwies Viaduct
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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