12.0 miles
Distance
4,871 ft
Climb
-5,684 ft
Descent
2 miles
High Point

Landschaftlich sehr schöne Tour weit weg von den viel befahrenen Trails in Bergbahnnähe. Kann ab Davos Frauenkirch oder Glaris gestartet werden und beginnt angenehm steigend auf breiter Alpstrasse. Der Trail geht ab Bärentaler Alp in einen durchgehenden technischen Trail über. Von dort an sind viele Tragepassagen nötig bis hinauf zum Alteiner Fürggli wo er in einen alpinen Trail übergeht bis zum Alteiner See. Ab da geht es mehr oder weniger Weglos hinauf zur Valbella Furgga und als zusätzlichen Trailspass weiter bis unterhalb Sandhubel. Dann beginnt der Fahrspass zuerst knackig mit engen switchbacks und geht anschliessend in einen flowig rassanten Trail via Wiesner Alp und weiter bis Wiesen Station Bahnhof! Dort kann dann gerne im Bahnhof Beizli bei Kaffee & Kuchen, mit einem riesigen Grinsen im Gesicht, auf einen unvergesslichen Tag zurück-philosophiert werden...

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  • Riding area
  • Primary Activity
    Mountain Bike
  • Difficulty rating
    Black Diamond
  • Route Type
    Point to Point
  • eBike Allowed
  • Bike type
    AM, XC
  • Direction
    One Direction
  • Physical rating
    Hard
More Stats for Bärental-Sandhubel-Wiesner Alp mountain bike route
  • Altitude change
    -813 ft
  • Altitude min
    4,427 ft
  • Altitude start
    5,240 ft
  • Altitude end
    4,429 ft
  • Grade
    -1.3%
  • Grade max
    -87.4%
  • Grade min
    86.2%
  • Distance climb
    5 miles
  • Distance down
    6 miles
  • Distance flat
    2,057 ft
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Aufstieg Bärentaler Alp
Jun 11, 2021 @ 5:45am
Jun 11, 2021
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