Bernina Express (673)
This route follows the legendary train tracks of the Rhaetian Railway RhB from the Upper Engadin to Val Poschiavo. Biking along the valley offers views of the impressive glaciers that are part of the Bernina range. From the top of the Bernina pass, bike along Lago Bianco before descending into Val Poschiavo. Enjoy the return journey on the UNESCO World Heritage Bernina Express route from Poschiavo to St. Moritz.
Suvretta Loop (671)
The first 400 metres of this route climbs from the Celerina train station to Alp Laret. Then it gets steeper, passing Marguns up to the Corviglia mountain station. The last 200 vertical metres climb over a steep gravel road and then take a dream path around Piz Nair to the Suvretta Pass. Then it's nearly six kilometres on a flow trail down the Val Suvretta into Val Bever, where the route meets a well-maintained dirt road back to Celerina via Samedan.
WM Flow Trail
The highlight among the flow trails is the WM Flow Trail including a 360° curve. The mountain bikes can be transported to the Corviglia mountain station by funicular. From here, the Flow Trail leads through the 360° curve on a flowing downhill pump track over Alp Giop towards the Trutz Hut. The bike trails on the Corviglia offer a varied MTB experience for experts and families alike with the World Cup, Olympic, Foppettas and Marmotta Trail.
Val Minor Marmotta-Trail
This trail between Ospizio Bernina and Forcola di Livigno connects the biking destinations of Val Poschiavo, Livigno and the Upper Engadin. From Forcola di Livigno to Forcola Val Minor, the Slow Trail is fully rideable in both directions, making it ideal for riders without exceptional physical or technical abilities. This new mountain biking connection is an absolute must for bikers.