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Fairtrail - there is enough space - you just have to make it

The large network of trails in Graubünden is open to hikers and bikers in almost equal measure - provided they are tolerant of each other. We have a word for it: Fairtrail.

Sometimes you would rather be alone on the hiking trail. But you're not. That's why you have to come to terms with the others and no one really has anything against a smile and a smile back.

In Graubünden, biking is generally allowed on hiking trails, unless an official ban expressly prohibits it. Of course, it is also clear that hikers can count on the special consideration of bikers and enjoy the right of way in any case.


On the road on wheels ...

  • you make yourself known early by ringing the bell.
  • you always give way to hikers.
  • you pass at walking pace or dismount briefly.
  • you do not block the rear wheel when braking, this ruins the trail.
  • stay on the trail and don't cut corners.


On foot ...

  • you know that you have the right of way.
  • move aside if there is enough space.
  • you do not obstruct the bikers unnecessarily.

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