Nagens Trail

Auf dem Enduro Trail über Alpwiesen und an Waldrändern vorbei

The world's first trail that was built using 100% renewable energy. The result: a 6 kilometre long Enduro Trail in the spirit of Greenstyle.

The trail begins in open terrain and its flowing lines offer a perfect warm-up for the rest of the trail. Spiced up with a few jumps, side hits and banked curves, the trail now continues in technically rougher terrain surrounded by forest. Last but not least the new trail takes you into the legendary Green Valley.

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  • Schwierigkeit Schwierigkeit
  • Kondition Kondition
  • Panorama Panorama
  • Distanz 5.9 km Distanz 5.9 km
  • Zeitbedarf 1h Zeitbedarf 1h
  • Gesamtabstieg 747m Gesamtabstieg 747m

The Nagens Trail

From Nagens to Scansinas

After the start directly below the Nagens mountain station, the first stage takes you across the meadows of Alp Mughels down to Scansinas. On gentle curves, jumps and side hits, the first 200 meters of altitude difference pass by in no time. The start guarantees you the perfect warm-up for the following sections of the trail.

Scansinas - Green Valley

This section of the trail has several goodies in store for you: In addition to short uphill sections, hidden side lines, side hits and rougher root passages, a flowing trail experience awaits you at the end of the section.

Green Valley - Runcahöhe

A root-crossed nature trail with tight turns, side hits and high-speed passages. Claudio Caluori and Danny MacAskill already tested the trail as part of the Home of Trails campaign.

Nagens Trail construction

Learn more about the progress of the Nagens Trail. As the world's first trail, only all-electric construction machines and transport vehicles are used in the construction.

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Der Neverend Trail ist ein Freeride Bike Trail in Flims.

Conduct and Safety

We want everyone to be able to enjoy our region. Accordingly, our trail network is often used by both hikers and bikers simultaneously. To ensure that everyone can have fun and enjoy a safe experience on our trails, tolerance and respect is expected from both sides.

Conduct and Safety

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