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Mountainbiking

From Chur to Arosa through the Schanfigg valley

Mountainbiking • Graubuenden
  • Biker Arosa
    / Biker Arosa
    Photo: Graubünden Ferien & Geo-Tracks
Map / From Chur to Arosa through the Schanfigg valley
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difficult
43.8 km
6:00 h
1400 m
1400 m
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Starting at the Chur railway station, the tour first leads you through the historical Old town of Chur, well known as the oldest city of Switzerland. Then follow the street to Passugg - Praden - Tschiertschen. From Tschiertschen to the Och-senalp the ascent follows a (sometimes rough) hiking trail. During summer time, you can drink and eat something at the Ochsenalp, before you continue to the Prätschalp and further to Arosa. In the famous spa town there are many restau-rants, where you can relax and recharge your batteries.
The descent follows the path to Litzirüti - Prätschwald - Molinis. From there you ascent again 300 meters in height to Tschiertschen and take the routhe of the ascent back to Chur.

See also
Chur Tourismus
Chur Information am Bahnhof
Bahnhofplatz 3
CH-7001 Chur
Tel.: +41 (0)81 252 18 18
E-Mail: info@churtourismus.ch
Internet: www.churtourismus.ch

Difficulty difficult
Technique S1,
Stamina
Landscape
Altitude
1908 m
584 m

Start

Chur, train station (584 m)
Coordinates:
Geogr. 46.853570 N 9.529580 E
UTM 32T 540371 5189028

Note

Wildlife refuge Waldungen linke Talseite: Do not enter the nature reserve from 20.12 until 30.04.

Getting there:


Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

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Difficulty S1 difficult
Distance 43.8 km
Duration 6:00 h
Ascent 1400 m
Descent 1400 m

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