Cuolms da Siat (All Mountain)
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This varied and beautiful round trip leads via Rueun to the Cuolms da Siat and the Val da Siat. This is followed by varied single trail descents via Ruschein down to Ilanz.
This round trip starts in Ilanz and takes you over two short but crisp climbs to Rueun. Now begins the first longer climb up towards Pigniu. Shortly before Sogn Francestg, turn right off the road and follow the signposted Route 90 Graubünden Bike. Via the Cuolms da Rueun you reach the Cuolms da Siat and on to Siat itself. Here you leave the signposted route and take the second ascent to the Val da Siat up to point 1611. Now just change the valley side and you are already at the entrance of the first single trail. At the water catchment Clavaus this ends and you take the gravel road to the barrier at Run. Immediately after the barrier, the second and very racy single trail starts on the right side down to Ruschein. At the sign below Ruschein, the third and last trail section begins via Tischinas down to Ilanz.
Shorten this bike tour with the help of the Postbus from Ilanz to Siat and save yourself around 800 meters of altitude.
In uncertain weather conditions, the tour should not be started. Weather changes in the mountains are frequent. If a rain front or similar comes up during the tour, you should turn back in time.
Respect other trail users - Trail Tolerance!
MTB, helmet, ev. Gloves, good footwear, glasses, rain and sun protection, water bottle, repair kit, first aid kit
Ilanz - Strada - Schnaus - Gula - Rueun - Dacla - Valsins - Darpagaus - Dalpaleus - Siat - Muletg - Punk 1611 - Clavaus - Run - Ruschein - Clis - Tischinas - Dominican Convent - Ilanz
From the Cantonal capital of Graubünden, Chur, the Rhaetian Railway takes you through the spectacular Rhine Gorge to Ilanz Bahnhof in just 36 minutes.
On the A13 to Reichenau, then on the main road 19 via Flims to Ilanz.
Parking is available at the train station in Ilanz.
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