If you prefer to spend your holiday on your bike, the Flims Laax Falera biking region will be a true paradise for you. Nestled in the magnificent mountains of Graubünden and the Rhine Gorge, a 330 kilometer network of trails will surely make any biker's heart beat faster. The LAAX bike trails await you with the best flow trails, freeride routes and high alpine single trails.
With the Pump & Play offers, even the smallest bikers will find optimal conditions to make their first experiences on the bike.
The second half of the "Bündner Hochjagd" will take place from 19 to 30 September 2022.
During this time, biking operations on the Runca and the Nagens Trail will be partially restricted. From 4.45 p.m., the Val gl' Uors passage on the Runca Trail and section B2 up to and including C3 on the Nagens Trail will be closed. Redirections will be marked accordingly. Biking without restrictions is possible on the Never End Trail and on the Crap Masegn loop.
The last ascent for bikers to reach the Runca Trail is at 5 p.m. from the Flims valley station. To the Never End, the last gondola leaves at 5.30 p.m. from the Laax valley station.
Variety is guaranteed on the new Segnes Trail. The Segnes Trail is a flowing enduro trail marked in red and leads over 2.7 kilometres and 310 metres in altitude from the Segnes Hut at 2,100 metres directly to the Runca Trail.
Go biking without worries while the little ones have fun in the nursery. The new combi-ticket allows you to shred cool trails in the destination while the kids are well looked after in the crèche at the Laax valley station.
Even in autumn there are wonderful bike tours to experience in Flims Laax Falera. In addition to the Never End Trail, the Vorab Trail and the Crap Masegn round are ideal trails despite the altitude.