Mountain Biking in Val Poschiavo

Adrenaline and culinary delights all wrapped up in one. This biking tour takes you from Bernina Pass south to Poschiavo.

The air atop Bernina Pass is fresh and clean and already touched by a hint of the south. An absolutely marvellous mountain biking tour begins at the Bernina Hospiz building and leads down into Val Poschiavo.

The descent starts out gently, but gradually becomes steeper until you reach Alp Grüm. The downhill ride continues on versatile and exciting trails, always following and sometimes crossing the tracks of the Rhaetian Railways all the way to Poschiavo. The village of Poschiavo offers a wide variety of cultural and culinary highlights. The PostBus will take you back up to Bernina Pass, where you can hop on your bike again to enjoy another ride down to Pontresina. The final downhill ride is a lot of fun and leads through spectacular scenery.

Bernina-Poschiavo Length: 15 km Height difference: 200 m Grade: difficult Bernina–Pontresina Length: 14 km Height difference: 50 m Grade: difficult


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Timetable information

View timetable online

Timetable 90.701


For groups of 10 people and more, reservations through Tel. +41 58 341 34 92 or online.

Travel dates/Validity

Route not open all year
Travel-date details / validity: view timetable/timetable information Special comments: Service in the summer season

Bicycle transport

The transportation of bikes is restricted. There is no guarantee of transportation. During the summer months, there is increased capacity for bicycle transportation. Advance reservation is recommended and is required for 6 bicyclesand more, through Tel. +41 58 341 34 92

Wheelchair accessibility

Limited wheelchair access to the postbus

Special comments:
not all services are wheelchair-accessible. For information, please call +41 81 844 10 42

Contact details

PostBus Ltd

+41 58 341 34 92


Mondays through Fridays
8.00–12.00 h and 14.00–17.00 h

Photo: Valposchiavo Tourismus - Foto: Roberto Moiola -