Around the Swiss National Park

Around the Swiss National Park

A marvellous experience of pristine nature awaits the biker on the four-day-tour around the Swiss National Park. more

Nordic walking on the Mount Tamaro

Nordic walking on the Mount Tamaro

The Monte Tamaro offers, with departure from Rivera, 2 itineraries: the Easy-Trail (3.7 km, 680 m height difference) and the Sport-Trail (5.6 km, 1060 m height difference). Possibility of renting walking sticks, courses and measure of the...more

Single trail paradise: Bürenfluh and Schartenfluh

Single trail...

Interesting bike tour from Liestal via the Bürenfluh up to the...more

Risipass

Risipass

From Toggenburg over the Risipass up to the Schwägalp. Never losing...more

Around the Swiss National Park

A marvellous experience of pristine nature awaits the biker on the four-day-tour around the Swiss National Park.

The unique landscape of the Swiss National Park forms a stunning setting to one of the most spectacular biking tours in the canton of Graubünden (Grisons)! Nothing but nature for four whole days, with an unparalleled range of flora and fauna. Challenging ascents, passages through tricky single trails and daring downhills make this a sublime tour in terms of biking technique. Not to mention the many superb vantage points and panoramic views you can enjoy en-route.

Nordic walking on the Mount Tamaro

The Monte Tamaro offers, with departure from Rivera, 2 itineraries: the Easy-Trail (3.7 km, 680 m height difference) and the Sport-Trail (5.6 km, 1060 m height difference). Possibility of renting walking sticks, courses and measure of the performance with chrono system.

Single trail paradise: Bürenfluh and Schartenfluh

Interesting bike tour from Liestal via the Bürenfluh up to the Schartenfluh and back down to Liestal

Interesting bike tour from Liestal via the Bürenfluh up to the Schartenfluh and back down to Liestal

Risipass

From Toggenburg over the Risipass up to the Schwägalp. Never losing sight of Säntis.

When talking about the biking in Schwägalp, the legendary motorbike meetings are usually mentioned. Yet the fissured world of the mountains in the area of the Säntis attracts human powered steel horses as well.