Mountain biking in the Engadin is top-notch: Over 400 kilometers of riding pleasure on perfectly sign-posted routes. Bike transport up to the 3057-meter-high Piz Nair. Trail fun as far as Italy with easy return travel by train. Discovery tours through forests and valleys and to mountain lakes and glaciers. You will find the "flow" almost everywhere - and it’s guaranteed on Corviglia.
In the Engadin everyone rolls towards their happiness, because the variety of signposted mountain bike routes has something to offer for everyone: Gravel bikers roll "pachific" there and Familys cannot stop being amazed on the varied routes. Let us inspire you for your next mountain bike experience and look forward to unlimited driving pleasure on the Engadin tours, trails, Pumptracks and skills parks.
Register & win participation: Outdoor Experience Engadin
Attention, sports and outdoor enthusiasts. If biking, climbing, or wingfoiling is one of your favorite sports, then you've come to the right place - Outdoor Experience Engadin! For 2 days, athletes Jasmin Nunige (trail running,) Carina Cappellari (MTB,) and Gunnar Biniasch (wingfoiling) will pro-vide instruction at the best spots in the magnificent mountain world of the Engadin.
More info: engadin.ch/outdoorexperience
Good planning can make all the difference to your trip. Which hotels offer the best base for mountain bikers? Which forms of transport carry not just people but also bikes from A to B? Where can you find an expert guide and improve your technique further still? And who can help when your bike needs a technical tweak? To make your mountain bike adventure a completely carefree experience, we have put together the most important info and tips for you here.
Sure, the amazing feeling of zipping down an alpine flow trail while all around you three-thousanders are looking on is by itself beyond description. However, we bet that these tips and stories will inspire you to dream even further. To dream of more fun and more flow. And you know where those dreams will come true, right? Here, in the Engadin.