San Romerio–Tirano

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Description
San Romerio (Poschiavo)
Description

The San-Romerio Church is located on a promontory and is visible from afar from the valley floor of Poschiavo. It has since made a name for itself as an exceptionally attractive destination for mountain bikers.

The tour begins with the long ascent from Poschiavo over Cologna and Balegna to Alp Sclupetoir, located 900 metres above the valley floor. The climb is quite feasible, since it leads over well-built little mountain and alpine roads. A little after Alp Sclupetoir, the road turns into a single trail that initially slopes gently downward, but then at the end begins going uphill somewhat until San Romerio. But it is easily passable. It would be foolhardy not to include a pause in San Romerio. First because of the phenomenal scenery, and secondly on account of the rustic mountain inn. The route leads toward San Romerio a bit on the mountain road until Stablino, then changes again to a single trail and leads - excepting a short ascent - downhill for the rest of the way until the border, a little after the little hamlet of Palü. Follow along with the trail markers to Roncaiola, and finally you will pass through the vineyards toward Tirano.

Tip: The last train with allowed bike transport leaves Tirano in the direction of Poschiavo at 17.40

Shuttle-Service: Tel +41 81 844 10 42, autopostale.poschiavo@bluewin.ch

Route
Poschiavo – Cologna – Gardinal – Balegna – Sclupetoir – San Romerio – Stablina – La Dogana – Palü – Roncaiola – Tirano
Route details
Distance
25 km
difference in altitude uphill
1015 m
difference in altitude downhill
2025 m
Highest point
429 M.ü.M.
Lowest point
1920 M.ü.M.
Days
1 Tag
Point of departure
Poschiavo
Point of arrival
Tirano
Webcode
1126
E-MTB
gut tauglich für E-Mountainbikes
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Alpe San Romerio
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