On the road between Zurich and Chur: the Bike Kingdom train
As part of the 10th anniversary of the Bike Kingdom Park, the Bike Kingdom is presenting a new offer for all bike fans from the Lowland just in time for the high season: a combination ticket consisting of a train ride, use of the mountain railway and bike transport. Special: you don't travel in a «normal» train, but in a special car in Bike Kingdom style. The combination ticket takes you comfortably from Zurich to Chur and on via aerial cableway to Brambrüesch directly to the Bike Kingdom.
On five consecutive Saturdays from 16 July to 13 August 2022, the new Bike Kingdom train will be in operation between Zurich and Chur. The special carriage, attached to the usual train composition, offers space for up to 50 people and their mountain bikes. The train journeys are accompanied by a Lenzerheide Ranger, who ensures a pleasant train journey and a speedy loading and unloading of the mountain bikes. The rate of CHF 89.00 includes both the train journey and the mountain railway ticket for Chur, Lenzerheide and Arosa, including bike transport. The «Bike Kingdom Train Ticket» takes guests directly to 900 kilometres of single trails, two bike parks and twelve mountain railway facilities with bike transport. It will be available here from 12 July 2022.
Via Chur to Lenzerheide and Arosa
Once in Chur, bikers will find themselves at the entrance gate to the Bike Kingdom - in the region known as «The Capital». From here it is recommended to explore the most beautiful trails between Chur, Lenzerheide and Arosa. What you normally need the «Biketicket 2 RIDE» for is now already included in the «Bike Kingdom Train Ticket». The «mother of all enduro tours», the «Biketicket 2 RIDE black» tour, leads from Chur via the Brambrüesch resort lifts to the first peak, on to Churwalden, from Heidbüel via Alp Stätz to Heidsee, on to the eastern flank of Lenzerheide, via Älplisee to Arosa and finally back to Chur. This tour sums up the trail highlights of the Bike Kingdom, almost 700 metres in altitude pedalled uphill and 6,000 downhill.