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The Valais village of St. Antönien.

The Valais village of St. Antönien.

Pany open-air swimming pool.

Pany open-air swimming pool.

A herd of Alpine cattle on the Valpun Alp.

A herd of Alpine cattle on the Valpun Alp.

Tour description

Simple MTB loop offering fantastic riding enjoyment on the climbs and descents.

Ride in the tracks of the Swiss Bike Master with a wonderful single trail to St. Antönien: a delightful family route with a touch if racing thrown in for good measure.

This tour starts in Pany, which lies on a sun-kissed plateau at an altitude of 1,250 m.a.s.l. The trail rises moderately along a paved road from Pany to the attractive higher pasture hamlet of Bova. The road becomes a gravel road in Bova. From the highest point, enjoy a magnificent view of the mountain village of St. Antönien and into the Rätikon massif before continuing along the single trail to St. Antönien. The Swiss Bike Master is held every July on this flowing trail. This section is one of the most beautiful sections of the marathon classic and allows the whole family to enjoy the feeling of racing, at the same time as being great fun! There is a short, sharp climb at the end of the single trail followed by a paved road all the way to St. Antönien. We highly recommend stopping off at one of the cosy, rustic mountain restaurants in St. Antönien for a bite to eat. From St. Antönien, the route continues as far as Ascharina on the Swiss Bike Masters route: initially on a paved road and then down a thrilling descent on a gravel track to Aschüel. Continue along the main road towards Pany. There is a short, sharp climb on a single trail just before Pany up to the Haderegg and then the route heads back to your starting point in Pany.


Travel directions: Follow the A13 and the B28 to Luzein, from there continue along the Luzeinerstrasse to Pany.

Parking: Free parking is available at the valley station of the ski lift.

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  • Hallo Freunde! Bin am Samstag diese Tour das erste mal gefahren mit Leandro. Leandro ist ein Bike - Beginner und 12 Jahre alt. Wir sind in Pany bei der Liftstation gestartet. Diese ist weiter Oben als das Dorf. Die Tour führt gemütlich auf die Alp. Nach der Alp kommen coole Trails die Leandro alle fahren konnte. Braucht aber schon etwas Gefühl für Bike. Auch nach St. Antönien gibt es einen Trail runter an die Strasse bei dem er etwas respekt hatte. Danach sind wir der Strasse entlange wider zurück gefahren. In der Abfahrt haben wir die 50 Kmh gut erreicht. Jeder muss selber entscheiden ob er das Auto im Dorf lässt oder nicht. Den der Aufstieg zurück zum Lift ist nochmals gutes Training für die müden Oberschenkel

Places along the route: Pany - Bova - St. Antönien - Ascharina - Pany


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Tour history (B05211)

First published: Dienstag, 3. Juli 2012

Last updated: Mittwoch, 25. Februar 2015

Tour published by: Presented by www.davos.ch

Tour characteristics

Distance: 16.1 km | Time requirement: 2 h
Ascent: 660 m | Descent: 660 m
Highest point: 1642 m.a.s.l.

Difficulty S1

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Prättigau Tourismus GmbH
Sand 151
CH-7240 Grüsch
Tel: +41 (0)81 325 11 11
E-Mail: info@praettigau.info

Destination Davos Klosters
Davos Destination Organisation (Cooperative)
Talstrasse 41
CH-7270 Davos Platz
Tel: +41(0)81 415 21 21
E-Mail: info@davos.ch
Internet: www.davos.ch