Start by taking the Weisshorn gondola at the Obersee lake Arosa. The second section from the middle station to the peak can only be accessed by bikes with a spring deflection of 160mm and without full protection. Once at the top a long single trail descent leads via the Scheidegg to the Ochsenalp. It is worth taking a break at Ochsenalp before heading to Molinis via the forest street. Note: advanced bikers should take the single trail on the right hand side, it is full of roots and double the fun! After the arrival in Molinis the long ascent to Triemel awaits. As of summer 2017 a bike shuttle service will be available upon request.
Once in Triemel it is wise to take another break before continuing to Strassberg via the Schanfigg Alpine Trail. The view across the whole Schanfigg valley is priceless! And finally: the last but most enjoyable single trail to Langwies. The old Fondei road right next to the river offers an immense riding pleasure. In Langwies you may either catch the Rhaetian Railway back to Arosa or chose to ride all the way back up.
As of Chur it takes about 40 minutes to climb the curvy street all the way up to Arosa. The Schanfigg road leads across the valley and during the 30km ascent and 360 turns it overcomes 1,320 metres of altitude.
The car park Ochsenbühl is located right next to the starting point. The parking fee totals CHF 6.00 for a whole day.