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Mountain Biking

NEW! Guided Mountainbike Tours

In the Upper Engadin there is, since this season a weekly program with daily tours to the singletrack highlights of the region.

The new weekly program were launched the end of June and includes day trips every weekday except Wednesdays and Thursdays. The program includes classics such as the route over the Bernina Pass to Poschiavo, the tour for Es-cha-hut and the Lake Ride. In addition, every Saturday the train tour Engadin St. Moritz is taken.

All tours are guided by the specialists of the Bike School Engadine, targeting those mountain bikers with trail experience. Flowy singletrails stand in the centre of all offers.

For the guided day tours you can sign up through the concierge or directly on the bike school at Fähndrich Sport in Pontresina and Pontresina Sports. The target price for taking part in a day trip is CHF 85 regardless of the number of participants. The maximum group size per guide is eight people.

The aerial cableways in Celerina and St. Moritz also carry mountain bikes.
The aerial cableways in Celerina and St. Moritz also carry mountain bikes.

Plenty of action along half the stretch, then save your energy and head for fun! The mountain rail & cableways in Celerina and St. Moritz are firm believers in this motto and now offer a taxi service to superb starting points for bike routes. 


A true biker's heaven unfolds between the highest peaks of the Eastern Alps: 400 km of biking trails in every grade of difficulty will set every biker's pulse racing. Sweat-soaked ascents to spectacular vantage points, exciting pass crossings and challenging single trails as well as easy valley tours and side valleys with wide family trails are just waiting to be explored.

Interactive Mountain-Bike map and Mountain-Bike Tours

Grand Hotel Kronenhof - 7504 Pontresina - St. Moritz, Switzerland
Phone +41 81 830 30 30 | Fax +41 81 830 30 31 |

Summer: 19.06.2015 – 17.10.2015 | Winter: 11.12.2015 - 03.04.2016