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Lunggi Trail

Mountain bike · Wallis
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  • VTTiste prenant la bonne direction grâce aux panneaux de signalisation
    VTTiste prenant la bonne direction grâce aux panneaux de signalisation
    Foto: Pascal Gertschen, Valais/Wallis Promotion
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Ein Enduro-Highlight über 1100 Höhenmeter von Eischoll nach Gampel-Steg mit atemberaubendem Blick auf die umliegende Bergwelt und Singletrails der Extraklasse.
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Lunghezza 14,8 km
1:50 h.
559 m
1.136 m
1.767 m
631 m
Mit der Luftseilbahn geht es von Turtig (Raron) hinauf nach Eischoll. Von dort aus nehmen Sie entweder den Sessellift nach Striggen oder Sie nehmen die Strecke dorthin bereits auf dem Bike in Angriff. Ab Striggen geht es über das Hochplateau mit herrlicher Panoramasicht weiter Richtung Sengalp. Beim Weiler Meiggu führt ein kurzer aber steiler Anstieg hinauf zur Alp Tschorr, begleitet vom Blick auf das majestätische Bietschhorn und die umliegenden Gipfel der Berner Alpen. Ab Tschorr erwartet Sie eine Enduro-Abfahrt der Extraklasse. Der fantastische Singletrail führt am Färichwald vorbei hinunter nach Habere und überquert dabei zweimal kurz die Bergstrasse. Mit viel Flow, aber dennoch anspruchsvoll schlängelt sich die Talabfahrt durch den Wald hinunter bis zum Weiler Lunggi. Zwei, drei enge Spitzkehren runden dieses Enduro-Highlight ab, bevor es am Bahnhof Gampel-Steg endet. Von dort geht es über den Schotterweg entlang der Rhone und vorbei am idyllischen See Baggilla zurück nach Raron.

Consiglio dell'autore

Legen Sie auf der Sengalp eine wohlverdiente Pause ein und geniessen Sie die Ruhe am idyllischen Weiher, um Kräfte für die weitere Strecke zu sammeln.
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Autore
Laurie Morand
Ultimo aggiornamento: 17.11.2021
Difficoltà
S2 media
Tecnica
Impegno fisico
Emozione
Paesaggio
Punto più alto
Mettje, 1.767 m
Punto più basso
Gampel Steg, 631 m
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Tipo di strada

Asfalto 0,26%Sentiero naturalistico 16,51%Sentiero 41,52%Strada 41,31%Sconosciuto 0,37%
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Sentiero naturalistico
2,4 km
Sentiero
6,1 km
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Indicazioni sulla sicurezza

DE: Ausschliesslich die markierten Bikewege und -strassen benutzen und die Beschilderung befolgen. Bitte Gatter und Weidezäune wieder hinter sich schliessen. Rücksicht nehmen auf Wandernde sowie Pflanzen und Tiere. Wandernde haben grundsätzlich Vortritt. Eigene Fähigkeiten und Kondition gut einschätzen. Das Befahren der verschiedenen Routen erfolgt grundsätzlich auf eigene Verantwortung.

Consigli e raccomandazioni aggiuntive

Weitere Informationen:

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Partenza

Eischoll (1.208 m)
Coordinate:
SwissGrid
2'626'598E 1'127'017N
DD
46.294037, 7.783812
DMS
46°17'38.5"N 7°47'01.7"E
UTM
32T 406328 5127436
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Arrivo

Gampel-Steg, Bahnhof

Direzioni da seguire

Die Route ist nur in eine Richtung signalisiert: Eischoll -> Striggen -> Alpe Tschorr -> Färichwald -> Habere -> Ägerte -> Lunggi -> Bahnhof Gampel-Steg

Nota


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Mezzi pubblici

Sie erreichen unsere Region umweltfreundlich und bequem mit den öffentlichen Verkehrsmitteln. Regelmässige Verbindung nach SBB Bahnhof Raron, direkter Anschluss per Luftseilbahn (LRE) nach Eischoll.

Come arrivare

Idealerweise bis Raron (Turtig).

Dove parcheggiare

Parkplätze bei der Talstation der Luftseilbahn LRE in Raron (Turtig) vorhanden.

Coordinate

SwissGrid
2'626'598E 1'127'017N
DD
46.294037, 7.783812
DMS
46°17'38.5"N 7°47'01.7"E
UTM
32T 406328 5127436
w3w 
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Come arrivare in treno, in auto, a piedi o in bici.

Titoli consigliati

Das Tourismusbüro in Raron stellt Ihnen Informationsmaterial und Broschüren zum Mountainbiken in der Destination zur Verfügung.

Mappe consigliate

Landeskarten Swisstopo 1:25'000: 1288 Raron

Attrezzatura

Unsere Empfehlung: Technisch einwandfreies Bike, Helm, Handschuhe und Glocke, je nach Witterung passende Kleidung (immer dabei: Regenschutz), Getränk und Verpflegung

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Corrado Wyssen
Dear Mr. Vandeman, In Switzerland and Valais, mountain bikers are legally allowed to use hiking routes. When it comes to promote cycling and mountain biking offers and infrastructure, Valais/Wallis Promotion complies, like Switzerland Tourism, with the official directives, whereby it must be based on approved cycle paths and mountain bike routes. Therefore, Valais/Wallis Promotion works closely with Valrando, the Department of Territorial Development, and only with destinations that have an approved network of mountain bike trails. The routes published on our platform have been subject to a cantonal homologation procedure and users are therefore authorised to use these mountain bike routes. More informations about coexistence between hiking and mountain biking: Common position - Suisse Rando/bpa – Bureau de prévention des accidents - Swiss Cycling - SuisseMobile - Club Alpin Suisse CAS - Remontées Mécaniques Suisses - Suisse Tourisme - Fédération suisse du tourisme : Download the PDF ->> FR: valais.ch/coexistence-randonnee-VTT / ->> DE: wallis.ch/koexistenz-wandern-MTB . For any further information do not hesitate to contact us ->> visitvalais.ch/contact . Best regards, Valais/Wallis Promotion
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Mike Vandeman
22.03.2019 · Community
Bicycles should not be allowed in any natural area. They are inanimate objects and have no rights. There is also no right to mountain bike. That was settled in federal court in 1996: https://mjvande.info/mtb10.htm . It's dishonest of mountain bikers to say that they don't have access to trails closed to bikes. They have EXACTLY the same access as everyone else -- ON FOOT! Why isn't that good enough for mountain bikers? They are all capable of walking.... A favorite myth of mountain bikers is that mountain biking is no more harmful to wildlife, people, and the environment than hiking, and that science supports that view. Of course, it's not true. To settle the matter once and for all, I read all of the research they cited, and wrote a review of the research on mountain biking impacts (see https://mjvande.info/scb7.htm ). I found that of the seven studies they cited, (1) all were written by mountain bikers, and (2) in every case, the authors misinterpreted their own data, in order to come to the conclusion that they favored. They also studiously avoided mentioning another scientific study (Wisdom et al) which did not favor mountain biking, and came to the opposite conclusions. Mountain bikers also love to build new trails - legally or illegally. Of course, trail-building destroys wildlife habitat - not just in the trail bed, but in a wide swath to both sides of the trail! E.g. grizzlies can hear a human from one mile away, and smell us from 5 miles away. Thus, a 10-mile trail represents 100 square miles of destroyed or degraded habitat, that animals are inhibited from using. Mountain biking, trail building, and trail maintenance all increase the number of people in the park, thereby preventing the animals' full use of their habitat. See https://mjvande.info/scb9.htm for details. Mountain biking accelerates erosion, creates V-shaped ruts, kills small animals and plants on and next to the trail, drives wildlife and other trail users out of the area, and, worst of all, teaches kids that the rough treatment of nature is okay (it's NOT!). What's good about THAT? To see exactly what harm mountain biking does to the land, watch this 5-minute video: http://vimeo.com/48784297. In addition to all of this, it is extremely dangerous: https://mjvande.info/mtb_dangerous.htm . For more information: https://mjvande.info/mtbfaq.htm . The common thread among those who want more recreation in our parks is total ignorance about and disinterest in the wildlife whose homes these parks are. Yes, if humans are the only beings that matter, it is simply a conflict among humans (but even then, allowing bikes on trails harms the MAJORITY of park users -- hikers and equestrians -- who can no longer safely and peacefully enjoy their parks). The parks aren't gymnasiums or racetracks or even human playgrounds. They are WILDLIFE HABITAT, which is precisely why they are attractive to humans. Activities such as mountain biking, that destroy habitat, violate the charter of the parks. Even kayaking and rafting, which give humans access to the entirety of a water body, prevent the wildlife that live there from making full use of their habitat, and should not be allowed. Of course those who think that only humans matter won't understand what I am talking about -- an indication of the sad state of our culture and educational system.
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Difficoltà
S2 media
Lunghezza
14,8 km
Durata
1:50 h.
Salita
559 m
Discesa
1.136 m
Punto più alto
1.767 m
Punto più basso
631 m
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