Lots of single trails for little altitude difference. The technically difficult Fanüllatrail offers a lot of driving fun.
This tour through the Gazi- and Fanüllatobel to Passugg is an insider tip. On the narrow paths in the Gaziwald you will meet only a few hikers and almost no mountain bikers. The tour mainly consists of well-kept trails, forest soil and root paths. From Lenzerheide you drive in the direction of Valbella and Parpan. Over the Mittelberg you reach the Büel clearing before the signposted hiking trail to Grida marks the start of the steep forest trail. The trail continues downhill, very steep and technically demanding, to Passugg - the place of origin of the "Passugger" mineral water. Here, in 1863, the healing springs previously buried in the Rabiosaschlucht gorge were rediscovered and today form the basis of Passugg mineral water, which is known throughout Switzerland. From Passugg, a technically challenging single trail leads to Chur. From Chur, the Chur mountain railways take you comfortably to Brambrüesch. From there it's on the signposted tour 616 to Churwalden. From there it's easy to take the new panorama cable car up to Heidbüel. The first part of the descent to Lenzerheide is on a gravel road. Shortly before Spoina the last singletrail leads you to the Heidsee. The last section leads comfortably through the valley to Lenzerheide village.