Val Sinestra - Fimberpass For Mountain Biking

The 23rd most popular mountain bike trail in Switzerland.

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North of Sent, the TransAlp route over Fimberpass runs from Val Sinestra north to Ischgl. This challenging mountain bike route runs 29km with an elevation gain of 1,215m and elevation loss of 1,382m.

The Val Sinestra is located northeast of Scoul and north of the town of Sent. The route up Fimberpass has some very steep and challenging singletrack sections. It can be quite crowded at times, so it is recommended to start very early in the day.

Overall, Val Sinestra - Fimberpass is the 23rd most popular mountain bike trail of all 32 mountain biking rides in Switzerland. Several of the better mountain bike trails are nearby Val Sinestra - Fimberpass including Hintertux-Sterzing, Mayrhofen-Sterzing, Zillergrund-Mayrhofen, Val Mustair - Scuol, Soelden-Kurzras and Soelden-Sterzing.


Recommended Book:  "Biking In Switzerland" from Enrico Massetti

Recommended Map:  "Switzerland Adventure Map" from National Geographic

Best Season:  Jul - Sep.

Average Difficulty:  Difficult

Base Camp:  Bodenalpenhaus; Heidelberger Hutte

Luxury Loding:  Hotel Val Sinestra

GPS:  46.89639, 10.278225

Date Published:  5/21/2016

Date Updated:  8/13/2016

ID:  24041


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