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Chur - Trimmis - Zizers - Haldenstein - Chur

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  • Trimmiser Mittelweg
    / Trimmiser Mittelweg
    Photo: Armin Bearth, Tiefbauamt Graubünden
  • / Trimmiser Mittelweg
    Photo: Armin Bearth, Tiefbauamt Graubünden
  • / Churer Rheinroute 501, Pardislabrücke Haldenstein-Chur
    Photo: Armin Bearth, Tiefbauamt Graubünden
  • / Ausblick von der Pardisla-Brücke bei Chur auf den Alpenrhein
    Photo: Michael Christ, Chur Tourismus
  • / Italienische Brücke in Chur
    Photo: Armin Bearth, Tiefbauamt Graubünden
  • / Arcas Platz in der Churer Altstadt
    Photo: Yvonne Bollhalder, Chur Tourismus
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Beautiful round tour from Chur, connecting the two new cycle paths Chur-Trimmis and Haldenstein-Chur with the Rhine route. 
easy
Distance 26.4 km
2:15 h
139 m
139 m
The Chur-Trimmis cycle path over the Trimmiser Mittelweg was opened on 27 November 2019. It leads from the end of the Cadonaustrasse in Chur to the Blutmarchweg in the Fürstenwald and over a new bridge at the Maschänserrüfe and the Trimmiser Mittelweg to Trimmis. The Haldenstein-Chur cycle path was opened on 14 December 2018. It leads from Haldenstein along the Rhine to the Pardisla bridge, which was newly built and crosses the Rhine in the direction of Chur.

The two new cycle paths can be combined in a round tour from Chur via Zizers to a beautiful round tour. Provided there is no snow all the way down to the valley, this route can be used practically all year round and is also suitable in winter as a round route for cyclists, cross-country bikers, e-bikers or gravel bikers. Between Trimmis and Zizers, the tour leads through the vineyard landscape and on to Molinära Hof over a piece of unpaved ground (hiking trail). If you prefer to do the whole round on a paved surface, you can go in Trimmis directly down to the Deutsche Strasse and along it to Zizers - so the round is even suitable for racing cyclists (a short section through the Fürstenwald on the new cycle path Chur-Trimmis runs on a not asphalted but paved forest path).

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Michael Christ 
Update: August 20, 2021
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Highest point
655 m
Lowest point
539 m
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Rest Stop

Hotel Sportcenter 5-Dörfer
Café Arcas
Café Bäckerei Signer

Start

Chur railway station (584 m)
Coordinates:
SwissGrid
2'759'459E 1'191'281N
DD
46.853540, 9.529757
DMS
46°51'12.7"N 9°31'47.1"E
UTM
32T 540384 5189025
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Destination

Chur railway station

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Public transport

Public-transport-friendly

Coordinates

SwissGrid
2'759'459E 1'191'281N
DD
46.853540, 9.529757
DMS
46°51'12.7"N 9°31'47.1"E
UTM
32T 540384 5189025
w3w 
///speeding.hello.starring
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Difficulty
easy
Distance
26.4 km
Duration
2:15 h
Ascent
139 m
Descent
139 m
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