Engadin St. Moritz offers mountainbike fans a real treat: the unique WM Flow Trail with a 360° bend!
Distance 3.9 km
Highest point2,502 m
Lowest point2,215 m
For the most part, the WM flow trail passes along the legendary racing slope on which three World Ski Championships have been held since 1974. Even today, the best female skiers in the world compete against one another here in World Cup races every winter. The trail route leads from the Corviglia top station towards the Trutz mountain shelter via the Giop Alp. A breathtaking panorama and numerous challenging bends – not least a tricky "looping" (360° bend) – mark it out as quite special. The trail drops 280 metres in altitude in total.
After completing this trail, you can continue either by biking back to Chantarella station (via Salastrains) in order to take the mountain railway up again to tackle another trail, e.g. the Olympia Flow Trail, or by aiming for the start of the Foppettas Flow Trail which you reach via Alp Suvretta and Val Suvretta da San Murezzan. The Foppettas Flow Trail brings you back to the Signalbahn valley station (via Champfèr). The WM Flow Trail is ideal as a warm-up lap prior to or as the grand finale after one of the many mountain bike tours on Corviglia.
More information Engadin St. MoritzTourismus AG Via Maistra 1 CH-7500 St. Moritz Phone: +41 81 830 00 01 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Internet: www.engadin.ch
You can purchase a day pass for you and your bike at the mountain railway station.
Engadin St. Moritz
Update: June 15, 2022
Best time of year
St. Moritz, Corviglia (2,488 m)
32T 562834 5150815
St. Moritz, Trutz
Corviglia - Alp Giop - Chamanna Trutz
all notes on protected areas
Take the Engadin Bus to St. Moritz Schulhausplatz or St. Moritz Signalbahn
Car park Quadrellas in St. Moritz Dorf or car park Serletta at the lake.
Parking spaces at the bottom station of the Signal gondola in St. Moritz Bad.