|Begin of tour:||St. Moritz|
|End of tour:||St. Moritz|
|Access starting point:||By Rhaetian Railway|
|Access point of arrival:||By Rhaetian Railway|
|Technical requirements:||Medium difficulty|
|Physical fitness:||Medium difficulty|
|Total altitude meters:||966 m|
|Biking time:||approx. 3 h|
|Season:||July to October|
|Gastronomy:||St. Moritz, Celerina, Marguns, Corviglia|
|Overnight:||St. Moritz, Celerina|
|Various:||The centre of St. Moritz, views across the lakes of the Upper Engadine|
The panoramic view extends from Lake Sils in the south over to the snow-capped peak of Piz Corvatsch and as far as the Bernina range, towering above everything else. There are some difficult and sometimes steep paths, alternating with panoramic trails that are easier to ride. Sheer riding pleasure.
St.Moritz - Celerina - Marguns - Lej Alv - Corviglia - Alp Suvretta - Suvretta - St.Moritz
The tour begins in St. Moritz and first leads down along the Cresta bobsleigh run to Celerina. That's where the climb up to the Val Saluver begins. You go past the Marguns mountain restaurant and then along a very steep path up to the Glüna chairlift. A lovely single-track trail then takes you to the Lej Alv, and shortly after that you reach the highest point of the tour. The downhill section firstly leads to the top station of the Corviglia mountain railway. Then, it goes steeply down to a mountain path and on as far as the Suvretta Alp. A narrow track takes you down to Suvretta and from there you go back along the road to St. Moritz.
The careful planning of a tour will ensure that you also derive the maximum pleasure and enjoyment from it. Please take the time to contact the local information centre and enquire about route and weather conditions before setting off. Your intended trail may be fully or partially closed, depending on the time of year and weather conditions.