Last year’s track has proven itself and has found favor with the participants. With 1'800 altitude meters 180 meters ascent, the track is still challenging. The tracks of the qualification and the race are challenging both conditional as well as technically for the driver and no matter what ambitions the driver is going at, a unique experience with around 777 like-minded people is guaranteed.
Guided tour - Guaranteed driving fun!
Also in this year, the Enduro race starts with the mass start on the Rothorn summit and then follows the singletrail of the gallery to Scharmoin. The route guidance is as follows:
Rothorn Summit-Gallery-Schwarzhorn-Middle Station-Alp Scharomin- Val Granda via Valbella Aisle-Parpaner Height- Parpan-Churwalden (finish at portal)
Qualification track - from Scharmoin to Churwalden without waiting times
In order to avoid long waiting times and to keep the qualification fluent, the qualification leads from Scharmoin to Churwalden. These changes will highlight the pleasure and prevent waiting time.
Alp Scharmoin -Val Granda via Valbella Aisle – Parpaner Height -Parpan - Churwalden (finish at portal)
Portal Churwalden - New panorama cable car, new capacities
Thanks to the new panorama cable car in Churwalden, you will be able to return to Lenzerheide comfortably on flowy trails and without waiting times after the qualification run or training rides. The new panorama cable car replaces the nostalgic chairlift, increases the transport capacity and makes the trip an experience.
About 600 bikers registered for the legendary freeride race with the mass start on the Parpaner Rothorn. After just 23 minutes, the now three-time TREK Bike Attack winner Stefan Peter crossed the finish line in Churwalden. In the woman category, the favoured British Tracy Moseley won.