Sentiago Loop: Motta Naluns - Sent - Sur En - Scuol
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The tour starts in the Motta Naluns ski area and after a short time leads via a single trail with small crisp ramps to Jonvrai. From Jonvrai follow a steep, stony trail over which you reach the beautiful wooden suspension bridge. Now follows a beautiful flowing single trail from the Val Clozza along the mountain side out to Salez. Afterwards, a sporty trail awaits you, which leads over stick and stone to Vastur. Here we follow the ski slope until we arrive in Sent.
Below Sent at Chavorgia there is a challenge for spitzkehren lovers and those who would like to become one. Some sharp turns are so tightthat that they can only be mastered by moving the rear wheel. As you know, the exercise makes the master and on this section from Sent to the main road to Scuol a few exciting challenges await.
After crossing the main road, you reach the last section to Sur En. Once again, a flowing section follows, which is interrupted only by a small rock guard in the middle of this section to Sur En. Once you have crossed the bridge to Camping Sur En, we continue to the village of Sur En. Here you will be guided from a simple well-developed forest path to Pradella. The last section as far as Scuol goes along the forest road along the Inn.
The tour was evaluated in favorable weather conditions, the current weather conditions and weather forecasts must be observed before the start of the tour. This tour requires a high degree of driving safety, balance and technical skills. There are some large stones and roots on the trail, which are located on abysses, caution is advised.
144 Emergency call, first aid
1414 Mountain Rescue REGA
112 International Emergency Call
Start at the valley station Motta Naluns
Ride via Singletrail to Jonvai
Ab Jonvrai beautiful straight trail to Salez
From Salez follows a sloping trail to Vastur
Ab Vastur forest road to Sent
From Sent zigzag trail and stony path to Sur En
After the Sur En bridge, easy dirt road to Scuol
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