Julier Pass route

The breathtaking journey to St Moritz begins in Chur and travels via Lenzerheide. Marvel at the idyllic Lake Heidsee en route and travel along the well-developed pass road over the Julier Pass to the spa resort of St Moritz.

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A Postbus drives down the Julier Pass shortly after the snow has melted.
Postbuses navigate a large number of bends on the road over the Julier Pass.

Attractions along the route

Discover the special charm of Chur, Switzerland’s oldest city. Continue via Churwalden to Valbella, where you can enjoy a wonderful view over Lenzerheide. Discover the rope park and Switzerland’s longest toboggan run on Alp Pradaschier.

Lenzerheide also offers a wide variety of leisure activities at any time of year. In summer, the idyllic Lake Heidsee is the perfect place to take a refreshing dip. On the Lenz sun terrace, you can enjoy the view over the Albula valley. From here, the Parc Ela Nature Park stretches all the way to Bivio. Why not take a hike over Alp Flix from Savognin?

Bivio is your starting point for the Julier Pass. After Silvaplana, with its unique lake plateau, first-class hotels and an exclusive shopping experience await you in St Moritz.


  • Chur – Switzerland’s oldest city
  • Pradaschier – Switzerland’s longest toboggan run
  • Lake Heidsee on the Lenzerheide
  • Lai da Marmorera reservoir
  • Julier Pass
  • St Moritz spa resort

Julier Pass route timetable

The Julier Pass route operates to Lenzerheide daily throughout the year. Services run to St Moritz as follows:

  • Daily from approx. mid-December to mid-April
  • Daily from approx. mid-June to mid-October

Mandatory bicycle reservations

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During the summer season, Postbuses (with the exception of minibuses) tow handy bicycle racks on the rear of the vehicle.

Bicycle reservations are mandatory on this route. Reserve your bicycle space conveniently and easily online via the SBB app or at


The Squirrel Trail is approximately 1 km long and lies between the Catholic church in Lenzerheide and Lake Heidsee. It can easily be walked with small children and is suitable for pushchairs. Time flies as you watch and feed the squirrels, birds and ducks or have fun at the playground.

On the Globi Hiking Trail in Lenzerheide, young and old alike will learn interesting information about the diversity of nature through fun and games at 13 discovery stations. The route is designed to be lively for children throughout the walk. The start can be found at the Val Sporz valley station. From there, you will travel by chairlift to the Tgantienti mountain station.

Parc Ela Nature Park

Parc Ela covers an area of 548 km2, including the Albula and Surses valleys. The aim of the park is the sustainable development of nature and local culture. Discover how people and nature can live in harmony on the numerous hiking trails in the nature park.

Alp Flix

Visitors to Alp Flix’s high plateau are enchanted by the vast expanse of space and the views of Piz Platta. As a moorland area of national importance, Alp Flix has protected status. It is located on a high plateau around 2,000 metres above sea level, overlooking the village of Sur, and is also a noted treasure trove of biodiversity. This impressive natural setting offers a wide range of activities for families, hikers, cyclists and nature enthusiasts.

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