In Visp, attach the bike to the rear rack of the postbus and take the post bus up to the Moosalp. The route starts right at the top of the pass, initially on a wide path, which soon turns into a singletrail. At this point you will be led to the Lägeralp, then finally to the Emdbach. Here, you will have to carry the bike for 130 metres of altitude. You then reach an offshoot, and the thrill starts here. The trail clings to the steep mountain flank here. It is a good trail to ride along, but falls should be avoided here! The trail leads to the lake above Jungen in this fashion. This is the starting point of the long descent into the Matter valley, first physically difficult, but then smoother, though consistently steep. The path leads to St. Niklaus, from which you go up the road to Grächen. It is also advantageous to take the postbus here. From Grächen, continue to Bärgji, then to Gasthaus Hohtschugge. To begin the descent, you have to push the bike across the terrace, and the trail begins right behind it. It is steep heading towards Stalden, but becomes consistently smoother and more moderate. Finally, you will reach Stalden, and from here, take the cable car to Gspon. The final thrill is waiting across the Gibidum Pass. Cycle up the alpine road for a short distance, and you will soon find yourself on a singletrail. Follow it up to the Gibidum Pass. A detour to the lake is advisable before heading downhill to the Giw (mountain station chairlift), down onto a forest trail, and then on a «bisses» trail to the mountain ridge high above Visp. Follow this ridge, then take the singletrail to Hotee before turning to Visp. This final section is one of the best areas the region has to offer!
Note: The route Moosalp-Jungen leads through very steep terrain and is only recommended for experienced mountain bikers. Less experienced take the direct exit to Kalpetran.