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The Suvretta Pass in St Moritz is one of the most beautiful mountain bike trails in Switzerland. It leads through the Val Bever valley, up to an idyllic lake and over the Corviglia, including the well-known flow trail leading back to St Moritz.
The tour starts in St Moritz with a short descent down to Celerina and then leads along the sign-posted mountain bike route (number 671) via Samedan and Bever to Spinas at the entrance to the Val Bever. Here, the actual climb begins on an initially quite steep alpine road until you turn left at the Alp Suvretta. The now rising single trail once could only be traversed on foot. However, after this trail was significantly expanded, it is at times suitable for fit mountain bikers. In spite of that, you will still have to traverse more than a few metres on foot, although the route once again becomes easy to handle later on in the high valley. The route takes you to the Lej Suvretta, the idyllic mountain lake with the Bernina range serving as a fantastic backdrop. The route then climbs another 270 metres in altitude until you reach the highest point at Munt da San Murezzan. The rapid descent to the Corviglia follows, from which point you head downhill with the flow trail (well-known across Switzerland) towards Chantarella. Following marked hiking trails, it is not far to the centre of St Moritz.
Tip: In many cases the Suvretta tour is described in the reverse direction. In this form, it is slightly easier and the ascent can be simplified by making use of the Corviglia or the Marguns trains. Sporty single-trail lovers will find the route even more to their liking by following it instead in a counter-clockwise direction.
Clavadelerstrasse 3, CH-7270 Davos