Safety and Code of Conduct in the Bike Kingdom

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The large network of paths in the canton of Graubünden is used for a wide variety of sports. Mountain bikers are also permitted on the hiking trails. Local restrictions are signalled. Mutual consideration prevents conflicts and creates an unclouded nature experience for all. Therefore, certain rules also apply in the Bike Kingdom in Arosa, Lenzerheide and Chur.
Nino Schurter im Bike Kingdom | © Ferienregion Lenzerheide

Safety in the Bike Kingdom

Safety first

  • Adapt the choice of route to your ability.
  • Take a look at the course and jumps beforehand.
  • Only stop next to the track.
  • In the event of a fall, clear/secure the track immediately. 
  • Protect yourself with a helmet and gloves. We recommend full-face helmet and protectors in the bike park. 
  • Do not stand in the landing of jumps. 


It's better to live together

  • You always let the hikers go first.
  • You pass at walking pace or descend briefly.
  • Leave the themed trails to the families. 

Nature and environment

Because we are part of it

  • No shortcuts: Stay on the marked and signalled routes.
  • Keep your distance from cows and do not touch calves.
  • Respect markings and signals. 
Illegaler Mountainbike Trail durch den Wald in Lenzerheide | © Ferienregion Lenzerheide

No Shortcuts

We don't like illegal constructions and shortcuts in the Bike Kingdom. They not only harm nature, but also the whole kingdom. Have you discovered a trail that doesn't belong there? Please let us know and we will take care of it.

Why do shortcuts harm?

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