442.02 Regional Bike Route Engiadina Bassa: Ftan – Ramosch

Difficult
37.7 km
6:30 h
1382 mhd
1784 mhd
Bei Ftan im Unterengadin.
Blick ins Val Sinestra über Zuort

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Die Gurlainabrücke über dem Inn bei Scuol.
The second stage of Bikeroute 442 is demanding in terms of fitness, with views of Tarasp Castle and the Lower Engadine Dolomites, past species-rich hedges and the Val Sinestra spa hotel to Ramosch.
Technique 2/6
Fitness 5/6
Highest Point  1974 m
Lowest Point  1236 m
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Start PostBus stop Ftan, cumün
Destination PostBus stop Ramosch, Fermada
Coordinates 46.792916, 10.247169

Description

The second stage of the regional Bikeroute 442 is peppered with impressive views and vistas. At the beginning, the proud Tarasp Castle at the foot of the striking Lower Engadine Dolomites dominates the panorama. Later on, the individual villages of the Lower Engadine appear on the horizon and in the distance, all of which are visited on the tour, namely Scuol, Sent, Vnà and Ramosch.

The long, high-altitude ride into Val Sinestra is technically easy and allows views of the picturesque and spooky Val Sinestra spa house and the earth pyramids near Zuort. The Prümaran da Muranza at the highest point of the tour lies idyllically above Zuort in Val Laver and presents a view of the last kilometres of the tour.

In Zuort, at the confluence of the Aua da Laver and Brancla rivers, it is worth stopping for refreshments in the restaurant, which is open all year round, before heading down the left side of the valley to Vnà and on the descent to the day's destination Ramosch, at the foot of the Tschanüff castle ruins.

Geheimtipp

During the summering season (July & August), it is worth going a little further into Val Laver (between Sinestra and Zuort) to Alp Prà San Flurin and stopping there.

Sicherheitshinweis

The tour was evaluated in favourable weather conditions, current weather conditions and weather forecasts must be taken into account before starting the tour. This tour requires a high level of riding safety, balance and technical riding skills.

 

Emergency call:

144 Emergency call, first aid

1414 Mountain rescue REGA

112 International emergency call

 

Consideration for hikers

Most of the mountain bike routes in Graubünden run on single trails that are also signposted as hiking trails. Hikers always have the right of way.

Directions

  • PostBus stop "Ftan, cumün
  • Ftan Pitschen
  • Garni Munt Fallun
  • Mot Morel
  • Direction Scuol
  • Above Spitals
  • left towards Pazos
  • Tuffarolas
  • Restaurant Vastur
  • Sent
  • Chern
  • Direction Val Sinestra
  • PostBus stop Chavriz Pitschen
  • Val Laver
  • Prümaran da Muranza
  • Zuort
  • Vnà
  • Ramosch

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