A highlight tour in the Engadine. From Celerina you go via Marguns up to Corviglia and from there on to the Suvretta Pass. The descent on the long, flowing single track and then along the mountain trail to the Restaurant Spinas is pure pleasure.
From the railway station in Celerina you take a gravelled road up to Marguns, past the Lej Alv to Corviglia. At Lej Alv, at an altitude of 2,500m, a soft natural running track circles the lake. You may even see some of the world’s leading athletes completing altitude training here.
Above the Corviglia summit station you turn off to the right and head for the Suvretta Pass. The gravelled track to the Munt da San Murezzan offers an opportunity to enjoy the impressive panorama: from Pontresina and the Bernina Valley across the world-famous Engadine lake district to Sils. And straight opposite the Bernina Massif with its vast glacier world.
From the Munt da San Murezzan the trails are a real treat. The single track to the Suvretta Pass, below the Piz Nair, is an absolute joy and prepares you per-fectly for the descent through the Suvretta Valley. From the Suvretta Pass you first ride along a single track for 6km and then along a mountain trail to Spinas where most cyclists are ready for refreshments. From Spinas you descend gently down to Bever and then continue along the bottom of the valley back to Celerina.
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Celerina (1732 m)
32T 565911 5151618
Celerina - Marguns - Corviglia - Munt da San - Murezzan - Suvrettapass - Celerina
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