Rundtour Heinzenberg Kulinarik
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Mountain bike with three gears: culinary – condition – culmination, local products – breathtaking panoramas – fresh mountain air, altitude difference – great trails – intact nature.
Starting in Lescha at a comfortable 1,310 m above sea level, pulse and transpiration rise parallel to the approx. 700 m altitude to Alp Bischola. The junctions from Sarneralpstrasse are partly steep, gravelly possibly pushing. After the first stopover in Parsiras, follow the hiking trail over the Porteiner Alp.
A long, crisp climb (pushing, carrying, considerate) to the culmination point of 2019. The numerous marmots along the route support with clever applause. Alternatively, there are always the wide alpine roads with good-natured inclines via Parsiras, Alp Lüsch and Bischola.
The panorama in all directions at the point 2019 compensates for the ascent efforts. Calories and water balance are provided by six hospitable refreshment stops. With the descent to glass fun over fluffy high-altitude trails, the suspension fork is also practiced a bit. A few counter-climbs back to Oberurmein and Lescha round off this great three-person tour – culinary delights – stamina – culmination.
Lescha - Plattas - Parsiras - Alp Bischola/Bischolasee - Lüsch - Glaspass - Bruneir - Oberurmein - Lescha
The tour can be started and ended as desired.
Sarn-Lescha can be reached by PostBus. Further information is available in the SBB online timetable.
On the A13 national road, take exit 21-Thusis-Nord. Then follow the signs to Heinzeberg or Sarn. Plan your journey with the Google route planner.
Free parking is available at the valley station of the Heinzenberg Skilifte und Sesselbahn AG.
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