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Hiking in the surroundings

Suonenweg Brandalp–Eischoll
Suonenweg Brandalp–Eischoll
Route 181, Brandalp–Breite Stäg–Eischoll
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Cycling in the surroundings

Rhone Route
Rhone Route
Stage 3, Brig–Sierre
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Biking in the surroundings

Valais Panorama Bike
Lunggi Trail
Moosalp Plateau Bike
Jeizi Enduro
Eischoll
Lufu-Trail

Lufu-Trail

The Lufu trail is a downhill run with a descent of 600 metres from Eischoll to Turtig down in the valley. It is ungroomed over long stretches and leads along a former hiking trail. Steep curves, waves, hollows and a few jumps provide the necessary excitement.
From Turtig (near Raron), the cable car takes the mountain bikers quickly and comfortably to Eischoll, home of the rare flower of light. The village on the southern slope of the Rhone valley has a beautiful village centre with a striking church and offers a great view of the Bietschhorn - and for all downhill fans, a freeride run back to Turtig.

You start directly at the top station. The single trail winds its way down into the valley on worn-out hiking paths and partly on newly constructed sections. Many hairpin bends have been converted into fluid steep curves. In addition, several waves, hollows and small jumps spice up the otherwise mostly natural route.

There are some technically challenging passages, but experienced bikers will be able to ride it in a fluid way. Apart from a more difficult section in the upper part, the Lufu downhill trail is classified with an intermediate level of difficulty. A short section near the football field is paved. Upon arrival in Turtig, Eischoll can be reached in eight minutes by cable car - and the freeride downhill fun can start all over again.
The Lufu trail is a downhill run with a descent of 600 metres from Eischoll to Turtig down in the valley. It is ungroomed over long stretches and leads along a former hiking trail. Steep curves, waves, hollows and a few jumps provide the necessary excitement.
From Turtig (near Raron), the cable car takes the mountain bikers quickly and comfortably to Eischoll, home of the rare flower of light. The village on the southern slope of the Rhone valley has a beautiful village centre with a striking church and offers a great view of the Bietschhorn - and for all downhill fans, a freeride run back to Turtig.

You start directly at the top station. The single trail winds its way down into the valley on worn-out hiking paths and partly on newly constructed sections. Many hairpin bends have been converted into fluid steep curves. In addition, several waves, hollows and small jumps spice up the otherwise mostly natural route.

There are some technically challenging passages, but experienced bikers will be able to ride it in a fluid way. Apart from a more difficult section in the upper part, the Lufu downhill trail is classified with an intermediate level of difficulty. A short section near the football field is paved. Upon arrival in Turtig, Eischoll can be reached in eight minutes by cable car - and the freeride downhill fun can start all over again.

Lufu-Trail

Adresse

Eischoll Tourismus
Bähnlistrasse 5
3943 Eischoll
Tel. +41 (0)27 934 24 43
info@eischoll.ch
www.eischoll.ch

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Accommodation

BnB & Bike Rental Eischoll
BnB & Bike Rental Eischoll
Eischoll
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Hiking in the surroundings

Suonenweg Brandalp–Eischoll
Suonenweg Brandalp–Eischoll
Route 181, Brandalp–Breite Stäg–Eischoll
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Cycling in the surroundings

Rhone Route
Rhone Route
Stage 3, Brig–Sierre
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Biking in the surroundings

Valais Panorama Bike
Lunggi Trail
Moosalp Plateau Bike
Jeizi Enduro