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Biking in San Bernardino is not just a means of exploration, but a real experience in itself. The resort offers a wide range of possibilities for two-wheelers, whether you want to tackle steep slopes or gentler slopes.

In the center of the village (Pròu de San Bernardino 7) you can rent mountain bikes and e-bikes. There is also a convenient bike wash service and an assistance and maintenance center with a mechanic. The less experienced and those who want to feel safer on two wheels in the mountains can count on the comfortable San Bernardino School (at the same address) for lessons and accompaniments.

Suggested itineraries

pista ciclabile che porta alla chiesa di san martino nei grigioni svizzeri

ITINERARY 1 - ASPHALT

San Bernardino - San Vittore

The bike tour that starts from San Bernardino and arrives in San Vittore along the lower Mesolcina is challenging but definitely fascinating from a landscape point of view. The stretch from Grono to Castione runs along the line of the ancient Rhaetian Railway that connected Castione and Mesocco, which has now been transformed into a cycle path. Those who wish to continue can still cycle from Castione to Bellinzona.

sentiero ciclabile lungo il lago doss e l'Hotel Ristorante Lido San Bernardino

ITINERARY 2 - DIRT ROAD

Pian Cales (641)

A bike ride of low difficulty that starts from the village of San Bernardino and then climbs the slopes of Pian Cales. At Alp de Pian Doss you can take a break, and then start the descent that leads to the small lake below and to one of the most important peat bogs in the southern Alpine area. On a clear day it is possible to see the ruins of the Castle of Mesocco. On the way back, you cycle along the shores of Lake Isola.

montagne che si specchiano nel lago doss all'alba lungo il sentiero per bicicletta

ITINERARY 3 - DIRT ROAD

Pine Pipe (642)

Challenging bike trail that starts in the center of San Bernardino and, in a first stretch, crosses marshy and hilly landscapes, the Lagh de Pian Doss, historic houses and dense vegetation. The village of Pian San Giacomo marks the lowest point of the tour: from here a long climb takes you back to San Bernardino and Lake Isola.

Suggested itineraries

pista ciclabile che porta alla chiesa di san martino nei grigioni svizzeri

ITINERARY 1 - ASPHALT

San Bernardino - San Vittore

The bike tour that starts from San Bernardino and arrives in San Vittore along the lower Mesolcina is challenging but definitely fascinating from a landscape point of view. The stretch from Grono to Castione runs along the line of the ancient Rhaetian Railway that connected Castione and Mesocco, which has now been transformed into a cycle path. Those who wish to continue can still cycle from Castione to Bellinzona.

sentiero ciclabile lungo il lago doss e l'Hotel Ristorante Lido San Bernardino

ITINERARY 2 - DIRT ROAD

Pian Cales (641)

A tour of low difficulty that starts from the village of San Bernardino and then climbs the slopes of Pian Cales. At Alp de Pian Doss you can take a break, and then start the descent that leads to the small lake below and to one of the most important peat bogs in the southern Alpine area. On a clear day it is possible to see the ruins of the Castle of Mesocco. On the way back, you cycle along the shores of Lake Isola.

vista del paese di san bernardino e della chiesa rotonda dal sentiero di trekking

ITINERARY 3 - DIRT ROAD

Pine Pipe (642)

Challenging trail that starts from the center of San Bernardino and, in a first stretch, crosses marshy and hilly landscapes, the Lagh de Pian Doss, historic houses and dense vegetation. The village of Pian San Giacomo marks the lowest point of the tour: from here a long climb takes you back to San Bernardino and Lake Isola.

immagine dal sentiero per bici con vista diga e lago d'isola

ITINERARY 4 - DIRT ROAD

Island in San Bernardino (643)

An easy mountain bike route, also ideal for families with children. The path winds along a road that is partly paved and partly unpaved, but well trodden. On the way back, back in the village, you can stop at the playground or sip a refreshing drink in one of the many refreshment points.

il laghetto moesola lungo la pista ciclabile sopra san bernardino

ITINERARY 5 - DIRT ROAD

Passo San Bernardino (Single Trail 1)

A fun trail to ride by bike, which descends from the San Bernardino Pass. The start is gentle, almost flat, along the small lake that is located on the Pass. The route then winds its way through the rhododendrons, offering wonderful views of the majestic Pizzo Uccello, and enters the valley that leads back to San Bernardino.

bike trails tra le vette della mesolcina

ITINERARY 6 - DIRT ROAD

Passo San Bernardino (Single Trail 2)

A bike route that starts from the San Bernardino Pass and descends towards the village along a single trail that, after a small asphalt stretch, winds through rocks, groves, and sensational views.

immagine dal sentiero per bici con vista diga e lago d'isola

ITINERARY 4 - DIRT ROAD

Island in San Bernardino (643)

An easy mountain bike route, also ideal for families with children. The path winds along a road that is partly paved and partly unpaved, but well trodden. On the way back, back in the village, you can stop at the playground or sip a refreshing drink in one of the many refreshment points.

il laghetto moesola lungo la pista ciclabile sopra san bernardino

ITINERARY 5 - DIRT ROAD

Passo San Bernardino (Single Trail 1)

A fun trail that descends from the San Bernardino Pass. The start is gentle, almost flat, along the small lake that is located on the Pass. The route then winds its way through the rhododendrons, offering wonderful views of the majestic Pizzo Uccello, and enters the valley that leads back to San Bernardino.

bike trails tra le vette della mesolcina

ITINERARY 6 - DIRT ROAD

Passo San Bernardino (Single Trail 2)

A route that starts from the San Bernardino Pass and descends towards the village along a single trail that, after a small asphalt stretch, winds through rocks, groves, and sensational views.

tornanti della strada asfaltata che porta a san bernardino con il lago d'isola incastonato tra i monti

ITINERARY 7 - ASPHALT

San Bernardino, in the Andeer département

This bike route is part of the much longer Graubünden Route (number 6, which leads from Bellinzona to Chur). To cover this stage, from the village of San Bernardino you climb towards the pass, with hairpin bends and challenging climbs. The route then crosses the Rheinwald valley to Splügen and continues to Andeer.

tornanti della strada asfaltata che porta a san bernardino con il lago d'isola incastonato tra i monti

ITINERARY 7 - ASPHALT

San Bernardino, in the Andeer département

This route is part of the much longer Graubünden Route (number 6, which leads from Bellinzona to Chur). To cover this stage, from the village of San Bernardino you climb towards the pass, with hairpin bends and challenging climbs. The route then crosses the Rheinwald valley to Splügen and continues to Andeer.