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Mountain Bike Trail

Wasserfall

Mountain Bike Trail · Switzerland
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A beautiful and demanding trail with lots of root fun from Scharmoin via waterfall down to the village of Lenzerheide.
difficult
Distance 2.8 km
0:15 h
24 m
276 m
1,844 m
1,568 m

Good riding technique is required. Where many roots have to be mastered first, the waterfall is followed by some narrow, slippery switchback turns on the way down to Lenzerheide. If you like challenging trails, this is the right choice. Ditch the bike after the traverse and walk over to the waterfall for a lfew minutes is definitely worth it.

This trail is often used by hikers. Please follow the trail rules and preferably ride the trail at off-peak times.

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Author
Pascal Krieger 
Update: July 04, 2021
Difficulty
S5 difficult
Technique
Highest point
1,844 m
Lowest point
1,568 m

Track types

Asphalt 0.83%Nature trail 2.15%Path 97.01%
Asphalt
0 km
Nature trail
0.1 km
Path
2.7 km
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Start

Scharmoin (1,823 m)
Coordinates:
SwissGrid
2'762'926E 1'178'642N
DD
46.739047, 9.570702
DMS
46°44'20.6"N 9°34'14.5"E
UTM
32T 543598 5176324
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Coordinates

SwissGrid
2'762'926E 1'178'642N
DD
46.739047, 9.570702
DMS
46°44'20.6"N 9°34'14.5"E
UTM
32T 543598 5176324
w3w 
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Difficulty
S5 difficult
Distance
2.8 km
Duration
0:15 h
Ascent
24 m
Descent
276 m
Highest point
1,844 m
Lowest point
1,568 m

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