Lenzerheide For Mountain Biking

The 13th most popular mountain bike trail in Switzerland.

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Southeast of Zurich and south of Chur, the Lenzerheide Bike Park has 5 freeride trails plus access to 100km of cross-country trails in the region. The freeride bike park trails are located between the Scharmoin middle station and the Rothorn valley station on the east side of the Lenzerheide vally. These trails range in difficulty from beginner to hard. The FLOWline (#1) trail has an easy cross-country style that has flowy turns and very small jumps. The PRIMEline (#2) is a medium level classic freeride trail with banked curves and steep side walls. There are some jumps along with Northshore style stunts. The STRAIGHline (#3) is a difficult world-cup downhill trail with large jumps and drops along with several Northshore style elements. The STYLEline (#4) is a challenging slopestyle trail winding through forest with wallrides, boxes and jumps. Lastly, the SHOREline (#5) is a medium-level Northshore-style trail with plenty of wooden bridges to check out.

Overall, Lenzerheide is the 13th most popular mountain bike trail of all 32 mountain biking rides in Switzerland.

Mountain Biking Lenzerheide, Switzerland

Mountain Biking Lenzerheide, Switzerland

Lenzerheide Mountain Biking Map



Local Contact(s):  Tourism Lenzerheide +41 1 385 57 00

Recommended Book:  "Biking In Switzerland" from Enrico Massetti

Recommended Map:  "Switzerland Adventure Map" from National Geographic

Best Season:  Jun. - Sep.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Reference Source:  click here https://lenzerheide.com/

GPS:  46.740085, 9.55677

Date Published:  9/2/2016

Date Updated:  10/20/2017

ID:  24959

Lenzerheide Mountain Biking Map


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