Alpenbikepark Chur

1,000 meters of altitude freeride action out of the city

The Alpenbikepark Chur is the gateway to the Bike Kingdom.. The Freeride Trails at Chur's local mountain Brambrüesch, known since the MTB Swiss Championships 2009, are constantly being expanded and further developed. The varied trails are dotted with numerous jumps, north shores, drops, steep face curves and other elements. The breathtaking view down into the Churer Rhine Valley makes your pulse beat faster. Due to the low altitude, the bike season at the Alpenbikepark Chur begins in spring and sometimes lasts into winter. 
Alpenbikepark Chur | © Alpenbikepark Chur

5 Freeride Trails

Five varied freeride trails in three levels of difficulty (blue / red / black) are available on Chur's local mountain, the gateway to the Bike Kingdom. The difference in altitude between the starting point at 1,595 m and the valley station at 595 m is a whole 1,000 metres. The trails are peppered with numerous elements such as steep wall curves, jumps, north shores, drops, root and stone passages.

Trail Map (pdf)
North Shore Drops at the Alpenbikepark Chur | © Alpenbikepark Chur

operating hours and rates

Operating hours of the Chur mountain railways for summer 2021, as well as the rates for the Chur Alpine Bike Park.

Operating hours & rates

Rates Adults Young adults up to the age of 17 Children up to 12 years
Day ticket Chur mountain railways CHF 42.00 CHF 32.00 CHF 21.00
Evening ticket Chur mountain railways CHF 25.00 CHF 19.00 CHF 13.00
Season ticket Arosa Lenzerheide and Chur CHF 460.00    
Single journey Chur - Känzli - Brambrüesch CHF 18.00
Halbtax CHF 14.00
Alpenbikepark Chur | © Alpenbikepark Chur

Events im ALpenbikepark Chur

The Alpenbikepark Chur, as well as the Bike Kingdom Park, provide action and cosiness with numerous events.  

The start of daily biking is celebrated on Chur's local mountain. Fresh trails, a barbecue and a cosy atmosphere make for a perfect start to the bike park season. Come along and meet the people from the Alpenbikepark Chur association to talk shop and shred together.

Every Saturday from 12 June - 25 September and every Friday from 25 June - 27 August, the Alpenbikepark is open for evening biking, weather permitting. To balance the various interests around the Alpenbikepark Chur, the following times were jointly determined with the stakeholder groups involved:

Ride twice and try to score the same time. The rider with the smallest difference between his runs wins! Cool prizes are, of course, included! 

Houston - we are ready for take-off! 
Let's meet for a laid-back get-together among light-minded people, true to the motto: whips, sausages & beer.   
Fat beats, BBQ and a good atmosphere during the trick jump shredding are guaranteed. 

Alpenbikepark Chur | © Alpenbikepark Chur


In the immediate vicinity of the valley station is the DropIn Bikeshop for rental, buying and servicing downhill, freeride and enduro bikes as well as protectors, clothing and spare parts. Attractive packages for rental and day ticket for the Alpenbikepark are also available here, as well as optional introductory courses.

Courses for riding technique or a general introduction to the Alpenbikepark can be booked at the AIS Sportschule as well as at the DropIn Bikeshop.

The freeride routes are maintained by the Alpenbikepark Association. Please observe the rules of conduct and safety instructions in the emergency map (pdf). Use of the trails is at your own risk. The mountain railways Chur Dreibündenstein AG and the Alpenbikepark Association decline any liability.

Chur is the oldest city in Switzerland and the capital of the canton of Graubünden. Discover the diversity of the Alpine town of Chur. The town with just under 40,000 inhabitants lies in the wide valley of the Alpine Rhine. With its central location, Chur is an ideal starting point for exploration tours and excursions into nature.