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Piz Nair-Val Bever-Celerina

Mountainbiking · Graubuenden
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  • Bike Gruppe auf Piz Nair
    / Bike Gruppe auf Piz Nair
    Photo: Engadin St. Moritz
  • / Danny MacAskill & Claudio Caluori: Home of Trails
    Video: Graubünden
  • / Trail zum Lej da la Pêsch
    Photo: Engadin St. Moritz
  • / Trail zum Suvrettapass mit See im Hintergrund
    Photo: Engadin St. Moritz
  • / Trail im oberen Val Suvretta
    Photo: Engadin St. Moritz
  • / Typische Flow Passage im Val Suvretta
    Photo: Engadin St. Moritz
  • / Serpentinen vor der Einmündung ins Val Bever
    Photo: Engadin St. Moritz
  • / Im malerischen Val Bever
    Photo: Engadin St. Moritz
  • / Chillout in Spinas
    Photo: Engadin St. Moritz
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30.8 km
2:30 h
55 m
1595 m

Ride in complete comfort on board the mountain railways & cableways from Celerina or Signal up to Piz Nair, St. Moritz’s local mountain at 3,059 metres above sea level. A short break at the Panorama Restaurant is definitely worthwhile, not just for the fantastic panoramic views of the 3,000 metre peaks all around you and the Bernina Group, but also to acclimatise; after all, the superlative single-trail fireworks are just about to begin! After an 800 m warm-up across the piste run, the trail begins on the right as it leads off to Lej da la Pêsch and the Suvretta Pass. From the Suvretta Pass the route is signposted as No. 671.

This is where the flowing section of the trail begins as it winds its way down for some 6 km through the magnificent mountain trough of the Val Suvretta. In Val Bever the trail continues along a well-maintained gravel track, but the waves along the way are still lots of fun! Restaurant Spinas is the perfect spot to chill out before continuing along the gravel track to Bever and the main road back to Celerina.



The upper section of the tour takes you through high-alpine terrain. It should not be attempted in thick fog or snow. Warm clothing, rain protection and gloves are essential basic equipment. Never bike alone!

The route time does not include the ride up by mountain railway and/or cableway.


There is no mobile phone signal/reception between the Suvretta Pass and Spinas.


Incidentally, Danny MacAskill and Claudio Caluori started their road trip through Graubünden on Piz Nair. See it in the "Home of Trails" video.

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S1 moderate
Highest point
3022 m
Lowest point
1707 m


Celerina, Talstation Marguns (3022 m)
46.505574, 9.787558
32T 560424 5150524

Turn-by-turn directions

Celerina - Marguns - Chantarella - Piz Nair - Suvrettapass - Spinas - Bever - Celerina


Wildlife refuge Val Bever: December 20 - April 30
all notes on protected areas

Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

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S1 moderate
30.8 km
2:30 h
55 m
1595 m
With refreshment stops Loop Scenic


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