The IMBA has included the route from Sertig to Filisur on its list of epic trails – and with good cause. The tour is made up almost exclusively of flowy singletrails and ends beneath the famous Landwasser viaduct.
Ride präsentiert die umfassendste Aufbereitung der Singletrail-Touren in den Alpen.
The Albula valley is the uncut diamond among singletrails in Graubünden, with the Haute Route showing the valley at its best from a mountain biking point of view.
The Albula Valley includes many highlights that few know about. These include the cliff-side trail through the Schaftobel that can hold its own against the Val d’Uina in the Lower Engadine. It is part of the world-class descent from Alp Era.
The Rhine Gorge is considered the Grand Canyon of Grisons and is a natural spectacle beyond compare. With Flims as a base, the canyon can be explored on a single-trail ride unlike any other. The route first heads down to Tamins and then through the entire gorge to Ilanz.
The Goldsee trail, the Tibet Trail, the Bocchetta di Forcola - countless single trail highlights are hidden around the Umbrailpass and the Stilfserjoch. In the shadow of these familiar routes stands the descent from Piz Umbrail into Val Mora. It is actually the true highlight of the region.
Die Region Sargans bietet im Frühling ein paar erstklassige Singletrail-Touren, wenn in den höheren Lagen noch immer Schnee liegt. Eine dieser Strecken führt über den Regitzer Spitz und den Pizalun. Die Aussicht von diesen beiden Gipfel ist mindestens so gut wie von so manchem höhergelegenen Alpengipel.
Far back in the Sertig Valley is an almost unknown Davos singletrail. The route from Bergün over the Ducanfurgga is one of the best and most beautiful you can ride in Central Grisons.
The Pischa tour is a little-known highlight in the Davos Klosters area – the singletrail descent to Drusatscha is unparalleled. The tour gets even better by taking a return trip via Klosters via Gotschna ridge and the ridgeway to Davos.
The Panorama trail in Davos is one of the most famous and impressive routes from Davos. By bike, it’s a real treat for enduro riders, with 95% of the route over singletrails.
From the Parpaner Rothorn, there are a large number of departures to Chur. One of the legendary routes is that to Arosa and on that the one from Hörnli over the Urdental to Chur - a classic endurance tour in which the great fun to be had on this trail stands prominently in the foreground.
The descent from Bernina Pass to Poschiavo is one of the most famous bike routes in Switzerland. After following this exciting route, you can take the railway back.
The Argentinian lies south of the Brazilians and is considered even more attractive than the departure from Col de Cou. It leads from the Becs de Bosson into the Val d›Hérens.
The Monte Tamaro tour to Agno is one of the most famous mountain bike tours in Switzerland. The Monte Tamaro is also impressive with a super northern descent to Magadino on the Carbon-Trail.
The descent from the Furcletta to Arosa is considered one of the most beautiful trails in Graubünden. Combined with the Urdenfürggli the tour is one of Mittelbünden’s trail highlights.
The Suvretta, the WM flow trail, and Trais Fluors are among the best that the Upper Engadine has to offer for mountain bikers. These highlights can be combined into a single route along the Corviglia Grand Tour. Without a doubt, it is one of the best single trail tours in the Alps.
The Cimetta is the «local mountain» of Locarno and, along with the Alpe Cardada, boasts one of the classic mountain bike routes of Ticino. The route is considered one of the smoothest in the rugged surroundings of the Sopra Ceneri.
The Tibet trail leads from Stilfserjoch to Trafoi. By combining the world-class trail with the Lichtenberg Charter, the resulting single trail tour is superlative.
The Augstmatthorn towers high above Lake Brienz with a phenomenal view of the Bernese Alps. The single track descent of this mountain is no less phenomenal.
The Tectonic Arena Sardona with its impressive rock formations has become well-known since being named a Unesco World Heritage site. The area can also be reached by mountain bike. The tour is a single-trail spectacle for those who don’t mind having to carry their bikes uphill at times.
The Passo Invergneux is a pass at the end of the Cogne valley. But quiet waters run deep: the singletrail descent from the pass at over 2900 metres through the Vallone del Grauson is one of the best and flowiest of the Alps.