From Zernez, the gateway to the Swiss National Park, along the Inn River through the picturesque villages of Susch and Lavin and in a longer ascent to the Schellen-Ursli village of Guarda.
Distance 15.6 km
Highest point1,655 m
Lowest point1,385 m
From Zernez the bike path along the valley floor leads along the Inn with an unobstructed view of Piz Linard to Susch. "La Tuor" and the church characterise the village as well as the fortress "Fortezza Rohan" enthroned on a hill. The pass village at the foot of the Flüela is located in the triangle between Scuol, Zernez and Davos, and is ideal for excursions to the neighbouring villages and valleys. Susch is the only place in the Lower Engadine where the Inn flows through the middle of the village. Together with the Flüela Pass and the Vereina tunnel, it forms the only traffic junction to the northwest. Continuing along the river, you reach the sunny village of Lavin. The wall paintings in the church of San Güerg (built around 1500) are among the most valuable art monuments in Graubünden. In the course of the Reformation, the paintings were completely painted over with whitewash in 1529 and were only uncovered in 1956 during the last church renovation. During the day the church can be visited free of charge. The ruins of the hamlet of "Gonda", whose demise remains a mystery to this day, is located on a marked field road leading toward Guarda. The stage destination of Guarda lies high above the Inn on a sunny terrace and was awarded the Henri-Louis Wakker Prize for its characteristic townscape in as early as 1975. The Engadine village is also internationally renowned for its children's book and film hero Schellen-Ursli.
The tour was evaluated in favourable weather conditions, current weather conditions and weather forecasts must be observed before the tour starts. This tour does not make any major demands on riding safety, balance or riding skills.
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.