Segnes Trail

As versatile as mountain biking

Do you love variety on the bike trails? The Segnes Trail is made for you with its natural character and many playful elements such as stone slabs, jumps and bends. The trail can be characterized as a moderately difficult technical enduro single trail and is designed for advanced bikers. The entrance is particularly challenging, with several sharp turns in the stony terrain. Towards Runca Trail, the trail becomes increasingly flowing and playful.

With the versatile elements and the starting point at the foot of the UNESCO World Natural Heritage Tectonic Arena Sardona, it offers a unique riding experience in Graubünden.

One trail is not enough. After the 2.7-kilometre descent, the Segnes Trail joins the flowing Runca Trail, which leads back to Flims. 

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The route

 

  • Difficulty Difficulty
  • Stamina Stamina
  • Panorama Panorama
  • Distance 2.7 km Distance 2.7 km
  • Time required 30 min Time required 30 min
  • Total descent 310 m Total descent 310 m

Segnes Trail in detail

Segnesboden - Alp Platta

The Segnes Trail starts with a technically demanding and steep section, which includes some hairpin bends. From Segnesboden, the trail leads over a rocky band shaped by the Flims landslide to Cardinels.

Cardinels Section

In the Cardinels section, the trail surface changes from stone to earth. Due to the naturally built jumps, the Segnes Trail can be ridden faster and more flowing from here on, which makes it more playful and varied.

Punt Desch - Runca Trail

The last section of the Segnes Trail leads with many bends over the open terrain of the Punt Desch until it leads into the flowing Runca Trail. 

Conduct & 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 & Safety

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