Stage 1: Hut tour Upper Engadine
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550 metres of altitude have to be overcome in this way, and then just behind the pass you can steer into the first-class single trail through the extensive plateau. Later, the first-class trail winds down towards La Punt. But instead of driving all the way down to the village, you take the Engadine High Trail a little above and reach the village of Bever.
Now it's time for the transfer to Pontresina, for this you follow the cycle paths along the Inn and later roll along the Bernina stream to Morteratsch. The hamlet consists of a hotel and the train station, but for us it is the starting point for the ascent to the Bernina Pass – which could also be covered by the Rhaetian Railway. If you crank up under your own power, always follow the signposted mountain bike route to the dam wall of Lago Bianco.
Technically experienced mountain bikers now follow the trail along the western shore of the lake. If you prefer a more leisurely pace, you can take the route along the opposite bank. At the southern end, the two versions of the route come together, and the last few metres to the wonderfully situated Hotel Belvédère are on a gravel road.
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