Stage 1: Parpan - Parpan, Flowtour Graubünden

Medium
65.5 km
6:00 h
430 mhd
2240 mhd
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The starting point of the "Flowtour Graubünden" is the Alpine town of Chur. The two bike destinations Lenzerheide and Flims, as well as all other top bike regions, can be reached quickly and easily by public transport from Chur.
Technique 3/6
Fitness 4/6
Highest Point  2322 m
Lowest Point  847 m
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Start Parpan
Destination Parpan
Coordinates 46.760934, 9.555806

Description

The beginning of the first stage is patschifig (comfortable). By post bus it goes from Chur to Parpan. Then it says: Off to the saddle in the direction of Tiefencastel, where the trail fun really begins. The route leads via Lantsch in the direction of Davos to Brienz. A highlight for the eye: the view of the impressive land water viaduct of the Rhaetian Railway. The post bus will take you back from Tiefencastel to Lenzerheide, then take a chairlift to the Scalottas, where you can already enjoy the last descent of the day to Parpan. For all your bikes, please do not forget to enjoy the impressive view. Download Trailbook now!


stages discover:

Geheimtipp

If you want to shorten the route a bit, drive from Crappa Naira to Surava and along the Albula to Tiefencastel.

At Filisur you reach the Landwasser Viaduct, one of the impressive buildings of the UNESCO World Heritage Site on the Albulaline of the Rhaetian Railway.

If you have time and leisure, make a detour to the thermal bath in Alvaneu Bad.

Directions

At Chur train station, we hang the bikes on the rear carrier of the Postbus in the direction of Lenzerheide. Almost half an hour later, it really starts. We get off in Parpan, grab the mountain railway tickets at the Hotel Alpina and swing into the saddle. A short stretch of the route leads via Lenzerheide in the direction of Tiefencastel. At the end of the village we turn for a few meters towards Muldain, where the trail fun begins. Parallel to the main road, sometimes on the right, then again on the left, the route leads to Lantsch and finally for a few meters on the country road in the direction of Davos. The route then runs slightly below the road to Brienz and then on wonderful single trails to the bus stop Crappa Naira. This is where the Postbus stops in the middle of no man's land – but just right for us to take the yellow shuttle to Wiesen. In Wiesen we lift the bike from the rear carrier and pedal right away. The bike route starts in the lower part of the village and leads in the direction of Wiesen station. At a sharp left turn we take the forest road straight, which soon becomes narrower and finally leads as a crisp single trail to the Leidboden. The route now leads along the River Landwasser until we are directly below the famous Landwasser Viaduct of the Rhaetian Railway. From this perspective, the building looks even more imposing than from above. We follow the path to the main road and take the signposted bike route to Tiefencastel. Country roads, forest paths and single trails alternate, with the last section between Surava and Tiefencastel in particular offering great fun. In Tiefencastel we grab the Postbus back to Lenzerheide. We roll to the scalottas valley station and take the chairlift up to the Scalottas summit. It is the starting point for the final departure of the day to Parpan, where you can relax in the graubündenBIKE-Hotel Alpina and fortify yourself with fine Graubünden specialities.

Seffective kilometres on the bike: 41 km

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