Fast-paced descent from Motta Naluns to Sent, Sur En and Scuol. For sporty single trail riders who can cope with bumpy paths with stones and roots.
Distance 21.6 km
Highest point2,188 m
Lowest point1,106 m
The tour starts in the Motta Naluns ski area and after a short time leads over a single trail with small crisp ramps to Jonvrai. From Jonvrai there is a steep, stony trail over which you reach the beautiful wooden suspension bridge. Now follows a beautiful flowing single trail out of the Val Clozza along the mountain flank to Salez. Then a sporty trail awaits you, which leads over hill and dale to Vastur. Here we follow the ski slope until we arrive in Sent.
Below Sent at Chavorgia, a challenge awaits those who love hairpin bends and those who would like to become one. Some hairpin bends are so narrow that they can only be mastered by shifting the rear wheel. As is well known, practice makes perfect and on this section from Sent to the main road to Scuol a few exciting challenges await.
After crossing the main road, you reach the last section to Sur En. Once again, a flowing section follows, which is only interrupted by a small rock garden in the middle of this section to Sur En. Once you have crossed the bridge to the Sur En campsite, you continue into the village of Sur En. Here you are guided by a simple, well-maintained forest path to Pradella. The last section to Scuol follows the forest road along the Inn.
Both Sent and Sur En are worth a short stop to experience the charm of the Engadine village. In addition, the local restaurants invite you to have a bite to eat.
Asphalt 1.60%Nature trail 40.21%Push the bike 36.63%Road 21.54%
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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 degree of riding safety, balance and technical skills. There are some large stones and roots on the trail, which are located on precipices, caution is advised.
144 Emergency call, first aid
1414 Mountain rescue REGA
112 International emergency call
Tips and hints
Be considerate when crossing and overtaking hikers. The mountain bike routes in Graubünden run largely on single trails that are also signposted as hiking trails. Hikers always have the right of way.