Vulpera – Tarasp – Lai Nair – Vulpera

Medium
10 km
1:30 h
295 mhd
297 mhd
Am Lai Nair oberhalb von Tarasp
Hochplateau Lai Nair

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Sportive round tour, following the first and last section of the mountain bike route 441, to the picturesquely situated mountain lake Lai Nair. A snappy single trail ends the tour.
Technique 4/6
Fitness 3/6
Highest Point  1554 m
Lowest Point  1257 m
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Start
PostBus stop Vulpera, holiday center or train station Scuol-Tarasp
Destination
PostBus stop Vulpera, holiday center or train station Scuol-Tarasp
Coordinates
46.786876, 10.283967

Details

Description

The tour begins in the idyllically situated town of Vulpera, the cradle of spa tourism in the Lower Engadine. Following the mountain bike route 441 after about 150 metres on the road toward Tarasp, turn right onto the dirt road and follow it for 3 km via Florins Vulpera to Tarasp.

Opposite the Tarasp, Fontana stop turn sharp right and follow Lai Tarasp. Soon the imposing Tarasp Castle disappears from the left view as you aim for the next destination, Lai Nair (Black Lake).

Passing right by the transmitter masts, you turn right at the next junction with a bench. After a bend you reach the impressive plateau, which is ideal for a break. The lake itself also invites you to cool down.

You continue along a forest road down to Avrona to the mountain school, where the path dips into the forest. This last part down to Vulpera demands full concentration and biking skills. Again and again the wide single trail is peppered with large stones and roots.

Finally, in Vulpera the spa gardens with their pavilion and pond invite you to relax.

Geheimtipp

Various barbecue sites at Lai Nair are ideal for barbecuing.

Alternatives:

  • If you don't want to ride the technically demanding single trail to Vulpera, simply take the forest road from Avrona back toward Tarasp/Vulpera.

Sicherheitshinweis

The tour was evaluated in favourable weather conditions, the current weather conditions and weather forecasts must be imperatively observed before the tour start. This tour requires a high level of riding safety, balance and technical riding skills.

Emergency call:

144 Emergency call, first aid

1414 Mountain rescue REGA

112 International emergency call

Show consideration when crossing and overtaking hikers.Most of the mountain bike routes in Graubünden run on single trails that are also signposted as hiking trails. Hikers always have the right of way.

Ausrüstung

Helmet, gloves, good shoes, glasses, rain and sun protection, water bottle, repair kit, first aid kit

Directions

Start in Vulpera

Follow the mountain bike route 441 via Tarasp Florins to Tarasp

Vis à vis the stop Tarasp-Fontana turn right, follow the Lai da Tarasp

Keep straight on at the transmission mast

Turn right at the next junction (at the bench)

Take the bend to the Lai Nair «Schwarzsee»

Take the forest road down to Avrona

Turn off into the forestReturn to Vulpera

Directions

Public Transport

  • By Rhaetian Railway (from Chur, Landquart/Prättigau or from the Upper Engadine) hourly to Scuol-Tarasp station.
  • By PostBus (from Martina, Sent, Ftan or Tarasp) hourly to Scuol-Tarasp station
  • By PostBus hourly from Scuol-Tarasp to PostBus stop Vulpera, Feriencenter

Anreise Information

  • From the north: via Landquart - Klosters by car transport through the Vereina Tunnel (Selfranga - Sagliains) or via the Flüela Pass into the Lower Engadine on H27.
  • From the east: via Landeck / Austria in the direction of St. Moritz on H27
  • From the south: via Reschenpass (Nauders-Martina) or Ofenpass (Val Müstair-Zernez) on H27
  • Vulpera can be reached in 5 minutes by car from the Engadin road H27 near Scuol (20 minutes drive from Vereina south portal).

Parken

  • Paid parking in the underground car park of the Vulpera holiday centre 

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