Biosfera-Trail – «il dür»
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Breath. Be active. Experience nature.
Through the Valbella and up to the Piz Terza, immerse yourself in fragrant larch forests and on varied trails to the crystal clear Lai da Rims, in the brisk trot through the wildly romantic Val Mora - on this trail running round trip in the Biosfera Val Müstair Nature Park, every kilometre is a real pleasure! Fit trail running beginners as well as advanced runners will enjoy this tour. The whole circular trail includes 5 stages. The number of stages can be freely chosen and each stage is available in two variants (il dür / il sportiv).
The Biosfera Trail is perfect for runners who enjoy varied trails in a spectacular natural landscape. Beautiful panoramas, eventful day stages, cozy hotels in picturesque villages as well as fine regional food round off this sporty and enjoyable experience perfectly.
The routes run little on yellow hiking trails and mainly on red/white marked mountain trails. They contain technical terrain and partly merge into more alpine areas (especially IL DÜR). Running experience off-road, sure-footedness and good physical condition are required for both variants.
144 Emergency call, first aid
1414 Mountain Rescue REGA
112 International emergency call
Stage 1: Ofenpass – Valbella – Lü
Stage 2: Lü – Piz Terza – Müstair
Stage 3: Müstair – Alp Prasüra – Sta. Maria
Stage 4: Sta. Maria – Lai da Rims – Valchava
Stage 5: Valchava – Val Mora – Ofenpass
Hourly by PostBus (from Müstair or Zernez).
From the north: via Landquart – Klosters by car transport through the Vereina tunnel (Selfranga - Sagliains) or over the Flüela Pass to Zernez on H27. From Zernez on the H28 to Val Müstair
From the east: via Reschen Pass (Nauders) on the SS40 to Mals. From Mals on the SS41 to the Swiss border to Müstair.
From the south: Via Bolzano and Merano on the SS40 to Mals. From Mals on the SS41 to the Swiss border to Müstair.
Free parking on the Ofenpasshöhe
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