Chur Tourism - The Swiss Alpine City, Graubünden


Alpenbikepark Chur

Five varied freeride trails in three levels of difficulty (blue / red / black) are available on Chur's local mountain. There is an altitude difference of 1,000 metres between the starting point at 1,595 metres and the valley station at 595 metres. The trails are peppered with numerous elements such as steep wall curves, jumps, northshores, drops, root and stone passages. The breathtaking view into the Rhine valley makes your pulse beat faster. The arrival at the finish in the Alpine City of Chur is unique: where else can you enjoy a coffee or a ice cream in the cosy ambience of a car-free old town before climbing back onto the cableways and looking forward to the next descent.

The Freeride Trails known since the Mountain bike Swiss Championships 2009 have been steadily expanded since then. Many returning visitors describe the Alpenbikepark as one of the best bike parks in Switzerland due to its varied set-up and well-maintained tracks. The constant expansions over the years have made the park a real insider tip. 

Due to the relatively low altitude of the bike park (lower distances: 1170 - 595 m, upper distances: 1595 - 1170 m) the Alpenbikepark is also an established attraction in the low season. The pre-season in spring is planned from March onwards and the autumn season often lasts well into the wintertime.


Cableways daily operating until 20. October.

    Track overview

    701 Brambi Flow (blue)

    The Brambi Flow is a freeride flowtrail in the upper section of the Alpenbikepark Chur. The Brambi Flow Trail is designed that it can be operated even by beginners as a twisty singletrail. Many riparian curves provide a powerful flow and lots of fun, whether biking freeride or cross country.

    702 Alpenride (red)

    The Alpenride is a freeride trail in the upper section of the Alpenbikepark Chur. It is a freeride classic with several jumps, drops and a good mix between easier and more difficult sections.

    703 Rock'n'Roll (black)

    The Rock'n'Roll is a freeride trail in the upper section of the Alpenbikepark Chur. As the name implies: The thing rocks and rolls! Technically demanding and with many jumps advanced freeriders get their money's worth.

    707 Chur Flow (blue)    

    The Chur Flow is a freeride trail in the lower section of the Alpenbikepark Chur. The route is moderately steep and very varied. The main line works well for beginners. But also freeride cracks appreciate the route thanks to some crunchy side lines with jumps, drops, step-up & step-down and more elements.

    708 Vertigo (black)

    The Vertigo is a freeride trail in the lower section of the Alpenbikepark Chur. With the steep S-curve at the beginning, a jump series in the upper part and a technically challenging trail in the lower part, advanced freeriders will have lots of fun on this track.

    General information

    Rental / Bikeshops
    In the immediate vicinity of the valley station is the shop DropIn Bikeshop for rent (pre-booking strongly recommended), purchase and service of downhill, freeride and enduro bikes as well as protectors, clothing and spare parts. There are also attractive packages for rental and day tickets for the Alpenbikepark as well as optional introductory courses.

    Courses for riding technique or a general introduction in the Alpenbikepark can be booked at the AIS Sportschule or at the DropIn Bikeshop.

    Evening biking (June/July until 9 pm, August until 8 pm, September until 5:15 pm)
    Every Saturday from 13. June to 26 September and on Friday from 26. June to 28. August the Alpenbikepark is open for evening biking if the weather is good. In order to reconcile the different interests in the area of the Alpenbikepark Chur, the following riding times per month for the official bike tracks of the Alpenbikepark Chur have been defined together with the involved stakeholders: 

    The evening ticket (valid from 4 pm) is available for CHF 25 (adults), CHF 19 (adolescents), CHF 13 (kids). Reduced rates for Bike around Pass owners and Alpenbikepark members. Included for holders of the Brambrüesch "Uffa" annual passs.

    Track maintenance, safety & liability
    The freeride tracks are maintained by the Alpenbikepark Association. Please observe the rules of conduct and safety instructions in the emergency card (pdf). The use of the tracks is at your own risk. The Bergbahnen Chur Dreibündenstein AG and the Alpenbikepark Association decline any liability.


    • Day ticket: CHF 42.00 (adults) / CHF 32.00 (children under 17 years) / CHF 21.00 (children under 12 years)

    • Evening ticket: CHF 25.00 (adults) / CHF 19.00 (children up to 17 years) / CHF 13.00 (children up to 12 years)Single ticket Chur-Känzeli-Brambrüesch: CHF 18.00 (with Half-Fare Card: CHF 14.00)

    • Bike Around Season Pass Arosa Lenzerheide Chur: CHF 450.00

    • Overview: All tariffs of the Chur cableways

    Discounted day pass: 

    Business hours

    Opening times Spring/Summer/Autumn 2020

    • Daily: 6. June - 1. November 2020, daily from 8.30 am - 5 pm

    Evening operation  (bike transport June/Juli until 9 pm, August until 8 pm, September until 5:15 pm)

    • Saturday evening: 13. June - 26. September 2020

    • Friday evening: 26. June - 28. August 2020


    Further information

    Alpenbikepark Chur

    Kasernenstrasse 15
    7000 Chur

    Phone +41 81 250 55 90


    Source: Chur Tourismus

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