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Uina-Bernina Bike-Tour

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  • Im Val d'Uina
    / Im Val d'Uina
    Photo: Andrea Badrutt, Chur, Tourismus Engadin Scuol Samnaun Val Müstair AG
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    Photo: Andrea Badrutt, Chur, Tourismus Engadin Scuol Samnaun Val Müstair AG
  • / Die Val Müstair
    Photo: Andrea Badrutt, Chur, Tourismus Engadin Scuol Samnaun Val Müstair AG
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    Photo: Andrea Badrutt, Chur, Tourismus Engadin Scuol Samnaun Val Müstair AG
  • / Frisches Mineralwasser an den Dorfbrunnen in Scuol
    Photo: Gaudenz Danuser / Graubünden Ferien, Tourismus Engadin Scuol Samnaun Val Müstair AG
  • / Im Val Müstair
    Photo: Andrea Badrutt, Chur, Tourismus Engadin Scuol Samnaun Val Müstair AG
  • / Bei Ardez im Unterengadin
    Photo: Andrea Badrutt, Chur, Tourismus Engadin Scuol Samnaun Val Müstair AG
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Two Graubünden bike highlights in four days
The landscape around the Swiss national park is setting of one of the most attractive mountain bike tours of Graubünden and Switzerland. The national park is crossed in four stages – and without luggage, which is brought from hotel to hotel every day. Three hotel categories are available and many bike highlights like the cliff ravine in the Val d'Uina, the Passo del Gallo and the Bernina express trail wait for their discovery. 

226.5 km
29:35 h
6318 m
6318 m

 1. Stage: Scuol–Val Müstair, 46 km, 1878 metres in altitude difference
The 4 day long tour with start in Scuol begins on an impressive smuggler trail in Val d'Uina, which has been carved into the rock. 100 metres over the ground of the ravine, a head for hights is needed in spite of the safeguarding with chains. The following single trail leads to the Sesvenna hut (2256m). The further trail, mostly on broken rock and a short part on the main road lead down to the Südtiroler village Laatsch (1250m). Following the stream Rom, the daily destination in the Val Müstair is reached.   

2. Stage: Val Müstair–Livigno, 50 km, 2286 metres in altitude difference
From the stage site, the day tour starts with a diligent piece of work over Valchaca (1552m), in opposite direction of the route No. 444 (National park bike marathon) on a gravel path trough the forest to Tschierv (1660m). The ascent to the Ofenpass starts here (pass road nearly 5 km). On the pass summit (2149m), a flow trail branches off on the left side down to Alp Buffalora (2038m). The ascent to Furcla del Fallo (2080m) is steep and finishes in a great trail to the pass summit. Afterwards, a singel trail leads to the Lago di Livigno. The following route stage to the Passo di Fraéle (1952m) is nearly flat. The Route leads onwards to Casine di Trela (2170m) on a flow trail over the Passo di Val Trela (2295m), after Ponte delle Capre (1810m) on hard broken rock to Livigno (1805m), the stage finish.

3. Stage: Livigno–Poschiavo, (approx. 43 km, 1303 metres in altitude difference) – Zuoz/S-chanf/Cinuos-chel (approx. 40 km, 613 metres in altitude difference)
The trip from Livigno in direction of Forcola di Livigno (2316m) runs on the new bike route as well as the pass street and is perfectly made to start rolling. At the point «Baitel del Gras degli Agnelli», the trail branches off to the right, gets steeper and ends in a carrying passage until the lookout «La Stretta» (2476m). A single trail runs to the Alp la Stretta (2427m). An alp street leads onwards to the parking place of the Diavolezza mountain railway (2093m). The route to Poschiavo can be made on the «Poschiavino Trail» along the Poschiavino or alongside the Bernina train route passing the Lago Bianco (2234m) to the Bernina pass as well as the lookout of the 1200 metres of altitude difference single trail experience «Bernina-Express» to Poschiavo. The partly difficult trail (S2, partly large stone plates) continues via Alp Grüm (2091m), Cavaglia (1703m) and Cadera (1461m), the train tracks are crossed time and time again. In Poschiavo (1014m), it is worth to drink a coffee on the piazza and to enjoy the italian flair of the village, before the route with the bernina train is begun. 

From Poschiavo, all the metres of altitude difference are ascended by train again to the train station of Bernina Suot (2046m) and onwards to Pontresina (1805m). To get to the destination of the stage finish, the train needs to be changed in Pontresina in direction to Scuol-Tarasp. Optionally, this route from Bernina Suot along the Morteratsch glacier to Pontresina (1805m) can also be covered by bike. Onwards on the gravel road to Punt Muragl (1738m), along the Engadin airport to the stage finish S-chanf.

4. stage: Zuoz/s-chanf/Cinuos-chel – Scuol, approx. 47 km, 1335 metres in altitude difference
From S-chanf (1669m), the track continues on the route No. 444 "national park bike marathon" alongside the route of the Räthische Bahn to Zernez (1485m) and onwards alongside the Inn to Susch (1426m). From here, a gravel raod follows to Lavin (1361m) and onwards to the hamlet "Sur en d'Ardez' (1469m), a short way on the main road to Ardez (1464m). A short, steep ascent now leads back to the Route No. 444 to Ftan. From Ftan Pitschen (1644m), a difficult singe trail, crossing the street twice, leads onwards to Scuol. Afterwards, two turns follow (approx. 1.3 km) on the main street, before the way branches off on the right side at Putschigls (1361m). The single trail leads via Nairs (1191m) to the train station Scuol (1250m).  


Author’s recommendation

An alternative to the route of the 3. stage via "La Stretta" offers the new and attractive "Val Minur Marmotta-Trail", which connects the Forcola di Livigno with the Forcola Minor, reaches the highest point at Motta Bianca (2561m) and leads onwards to Ospizio Bernina. 

Because of the many alternatives (Val Minur Marmotta-Trail, Poschiavino Trail or Bernina Express singletrail, departure from Bernina or Pontresina with bike or train), a detailed route scedule is necessary. It is highly recommended to take along a map.

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Scuol Samnaun Val Müstair (dt)
Updated: August 13, 2020
Highest point
2486 m
Lowest point
943 m
Best time of year

Safety information

The tour has been evaluated under good weather conditions, the current weather conditions and weather forecasts need to be compulsorily considered before the start of the tour. The tour requires a certain amount of riding safety, balance and technical riding ability – and a good condition.


144   Emergency first-aid1414 Mountain rescue REGA112    International emergency call 

Consider hikers while crossing or overtaking them. The Buendner mountainbike trails run mostly on singletrails which are also signposted as hiking trails. Hikers have primacy. 

Tips, hints and links

  • YouTube-Video


Train station Scuol-Tarasp (1286 m)
46.793764, 10.287321
46°47'37.6"N 10°17'14.4"E
32T 598244 5183050


Train station Scuol-Tarasp


Wildlife refuge Muottas, Val Champagna, Tschainas: December 20 - April 30
all notes on protected areas

Public transport

Public transport friendly

  • With the Rhätische Bahn (from Chur, Landquart/Prättgau or from the Oberengadin) hourly to Scuol-Tarasp
  • With the PostAuto bus (from Martina, Sent, Fran, or Tarasp) hourly to the train station Scuol-Tarasp

Getting there

  • From north: via Landquart – Klosters per car transporter through the Vereina tunnel (Selfranga – Sagliains) or over the Flüelapass into the Unterengadin on H27.
  • From east: via Landeck / Austria in direction St. Moritz on H27
  • From south: via Reschenpass (Nauders-Martina) or Ofenpass (Val Müstair-Zernez) on H27

    Scuol is located at the Engadiner street H27 (25 minutes in-motion time from Vereina south portal)


  • parking places with costs at the train station Scuol
  • free parking places "Porta" and "Punt" in Scuol Sot


46.793764, 10.287321
46°47'37.6"N 10°17'14.4"E
32T 598244 5183050
Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Author’s map recommendations

Supertrail Map  1:50‘000

- Unterengadin/Samnaun: ISBN 978-3-905916-45-4

- Unterengadin/Val Müstair: ISBN ISBN 978-3-905916-49-2

- Bormio/Livigno: ISBN ISBN 978-3-905916-47-7


Helmet, gloves, good shoes, glasses, rain and sun protection, drinking bottle, repair set, dressing material

Questions & Answers

Question about Mathias Schneider · July 10, 2020 · Community
Hat man bei dieser Tour die Möglichkeit einzelne Etappen abzuändern? Zb. Über die Bocchetta forcola und Passo Val viola nach Poschiavo?
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Allegra, stimà sar Schneider Grazcha fichun – herzlichen Dank für Ihre Nachfrage. Die vorgegebene Route ist nur ein Vorschlag, Sie können diese also nach eigenem Belieben, für Sie passend abändern. Dies gilt ebenfalls für die Pauschale dazu. Wir empfehlen Ihnen aber, direkt mit der entsprechenden Gäste-Information Kontakt aufzunehmen, um alle Details zu besprechen. Sie erreichen uns unter Wir wünschen Ihnen schon jetzt viel Vergnügen und Freude auf Ihrer Tour. Amiaivels salüds, Ihre Ferienregion Engadin Samnaun Val Müstair
Question about Rolf Lötscher · June 16, 2020 · Community
Hallo zusammen ist diese Uina-Bernina Bike Tour für E-Bike ?
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Allegra stimà sar Lötscher Grazcha fichun – herzlichen Dank für Ihr Interesse und Ihre Frage. Die Uina-Bernina ist an sich eine Mountainbike-Tour. Von der Strecke her könnte sie aber auch mit dem E-Mountainbike absolviert werden. Dabei muss aber die Anzahl Höhenmeter beachtet werden, gerade auf der ersten Etappe. Sprich es empfiehlt sich, den Akku gut einzuteilen sowie ein Ladegerät mitzunehmen. Wir hoffen, dies hilft Ihnen bei der Planung weiter und stehen für weitere Fragen gerne zur Verfügung. Amiaivels salüds, Ihre Ferienregion Engadin Samnaun Val Müstair
Question about Fali 72 · May 17, 2020 · Community
Es werden knapp 5000 Hm Aufstieg angegeben...zählt man die einzelnen Etappen zusammen, komme ich auf ca. 7400 Hm. Könnt ihr mir bitte mitteilen, welche Zahl stimmt? Just to know..
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Allegra char Fali72 Grazcha fichun – herzlichen Dank für deine Nachricht und den Hinweis, da hast du natürlich vollkommen recht. Grundsätzlich errechnet sich das System die Daten zu den gezeichneten Routen selber aus oder die Daten entstehen durch eine Aufzeichnung. Da der Unterschied hier doch sehr gross ist, gehen wir dem direkt nach und melden uns in Kürze wieder bei dir. Amiaivels salüds, deine Ferienregion Engadin Samnaun Val Müstair
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