672 Padella - Corviglia Panoramatour
672 Padella - Corviglia Panoramatour
672 Padella - Corviglia Panoramatour
672 Padella - Corviglia Panoramatour

Mountainbiking

Padella-Corviglia-Panoramatour

Padella-Corviglia-Panoramatour

Celerina–Celerina

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Padella-Corviglia-Panoramatour

Padella-Corviglia-Panoramatour

Big circular tour in the Upper Engadine leading to the finest vantage points and through idyllic woods with Lej Zuppo and Lej da Statz bathing lakes. There are several joining and exit points which means this tour can easily be split into stages.
From Celerina the route follows the emerging Inn to Samedan. From there you start climbing to the Alp Muntasch, which is farmed during the summer months. Along the panorama trail below the Piz Padella you keep catching sight of the Upper Engadine and the Bernina Valley from different angles. From Padella Kulm a flowing trail takes you down to the Marguns summit station and on via Lei Alv up to the Corviglia summit station.

The WM Flowtrail is reserved for mountain bikers and winds its way along the ridge, offering fabulous panoramic views. After a spectacular 360° curve, there’s a comfortable downhill pump track which leads to the cozy Chamanna Trutz mountain hut and onwards, passing the legendary El Paradiso hut. From the Alp Suvretta, the challenging single track offers a view of Lake Silvaplana. Parallel to the Julier Pass road, the route takes you down to the village of Silvaplana.

From Surlej the character of the tour changes completely. The mountain pine forest with its hill moors, little moor lakes, tall grass and fern has something mystical and magical about it. In mid-summer, the Lej Zuppo and further along the Statzer Lake tempt you to take a dip. Through the Statzer Forest, made famous by the Engadine Ski Marathon, and on the descent to Celerina you can relax and enjoy the scent of the pine forest.
Big circular tour in the Upper Engadine leading to the finest vantage points and through idyllic woods with Lej Zuppo and Lej da Statz bathing lakes. There are several joining and exit points which means this tour can easily be split into stages.
From Celerina the route follows the emerging Inn to Samedan. From there you start climbing to the Alp Muntasch, which is farmed during the summer months. Along the panorama trail below the Piz Padella you keep catching sight of the Upper Engadine and the Bernina Valley from different angles. From Padella Kulm a flowing trail takes you down to the Marguns summit station and on via Lei Alv up to the Corviglia summit station.

The WM Flowtrail is reserved for mountain bikers and winds its way along the ridge, offering fabulous panoramic views. After a spectacular 360° curve, there’s a comfortable downhill pump track which leads to the cozy Chamanna Trutz mountain hut and onwards, passing the legendary El Paradiso hut. From the Alp Suvretta, the challenging single track offers a view of Lake Silvaplana. Parallel to the Julier Pass road, the route takes you down to the village of Silvaplana.

From Surlej the character of the tour changes completely. The mountain pine forest with its hill moors, little moor lakes, tall grass and fern has something mystical and magical about it. In mid-summer, the Lej Zuppo and further along the Statzer Lake tempt you to take a dip. Through the Statzer Forest, made famous by the Engadine Ski Marathon, and on the descent to Celerina you can relax and enjoy the scent of the pine forest.
41 km | 1 Stage
Asphalted: 8 km
Natural surface: 33 km
of which Singletrail: 16 km
1700 m | 1700 m
difficult | difficult

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel Celerina
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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: Celerina–Marguns–Silvaplana–St. Moritz–Celerina

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel Celerina
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Contact

Engadin St. Moritz
Via San Gian 30
7500 St. Moritz
Tel. +41 (0)81 830 00 01
allegra@estm.ch
https://www.engadin.ch/de/

Services

Accommodation

All In One Hotel Inn Lodge
All In One Hotel Inn Lodge
Celerina
Cresta Palace
Cresta Palace
Celerina
Hotel-Restaurant Alte Brauerei
Hotel-Restaurant Alte Brauerei
Celerina
TCS Camping Samedan
TCS Camping Samedan
Samedan
Gasthaus Spinas
Gasthaus Spinas
Bever
Jugendherberge St. Moritz
Jugendherberge St. Moritz
St. Moritz Bad
Berghotel Randolins und Hostel by Randolins
Berghotel Randolins und Hostel by Randolins
St. Moritz
Hotel Corvatsch
Hotel Corvatsch
St. Moritz
Hotel San Gian
Hotel San Gian
St.Moritz
Hotel Schweizerhof
Hotel Schweizerhof
St. Moritz
Hotel Sonne
Hotel Sonne
St. Moritz
TCS Camping St. Moritz
TCS Camping St. Moritz
St. Moritz
Jugendherberge Pontresina
Jugendherberge Pontresina
Pontresina
Sporthotel Pontresina
Sporthotel Pontresina
Pontresina
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Places

Samedan
Samedan
Spinas
Spinas
St. Moritz
St. Moritz
Silvaplana
Silvaplana
Pontresina
Pontresina
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Places of interest

San Gian Church
San Gian Church
Muottas Muragl
Muottas Muragl
Segantini Museum
Segantini Museum
Corviglia Flowtrail Freeride 696
Corviglia Flowtrail Freeride 696
The pumptrack at the Sports Center Mulets Silvaplana
The pumptrack at the Sports Center Mulets Silvaplana
Pumptrack Cuntschett Pontresina
Pumptrack Cuntschett Pontresina
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Swimming

Mineralbad & Spa Samedan
Mineralbad & Spa Samedan
Water park and spa in Pontresina
Water park and spa in Pontresina
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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