Bischolpass

Difficult
42.3 km
7:00 h
1886 mhd
1886 mhd
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Mountain bikers are rarely inspired by asphalt roads. The ascent to Alp Sura makes a commendable exception - the fantastic view of Surselva and chur Rhine Valley more than just makes up for the fact that you don't roll along on single trails.
Technique 4/6
Fitness 6/6
Highest Point  2162 m
Lowest Point  724 m
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Start
Safiental, Neukirch stop
Destination
Safiental, Neukirch stop
Coordinates
46.715794, 9.329389

Details

Description

TrailAficionados will get their money's worth at the latest after the mountain range above the Alp da Sarn has been reached. Always following the crete you first reach the 2163 meter high Tguma, later in a rushing descent the Bischolalp. The endorphins, which were released at the sight of the panorama, are superimposed by the body's own adrenaline at the latest in the final descent into the Safien Valley. Not that the single trail is so demanding. On the contrary, however, driving smoothly encourages him to rush towards the valley floor at high speed. The journey is abruptly slowed down at the latest on the banks of the Rabiusa. However, the short counter-ascent to the main road can no longer spoil the day - the positive impressions still resonate too much.




See also
Safiental Tourismus
7104 Versam
Tel: 0041 81 630 60 16
Email: info@safiental.ch
Internet: www.safiental.ch

Sicherheitshinweis

The ridge between point 2075 and Tguma is technically demanding and represents the biggest challenge on the tour - but the route is very manageable with one and a half kilometers.

Ausrüstung

MTB, helmet, ev. Gloves, good footwear, glasses, rain and sun protection, water bottle, repair kit, first aid kit

Directions

Neukirch - Versam - Parstogn - Sigl Ault - Alp Bischol - Rüti - Neukirch

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