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Monstein to Wiesen

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Trail

6.5 mile 10.4 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
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Elevation

Ascent: 949' 289 m
Descent: -2,414' -736 m
High: 5,816' 1,773 m
Low: 3,897' 1,188 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 10% (6°)
Max Grade: 44% (24°)

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Trail shared by Leslie Kehmeier

Challenging and technical with steep climbing and descending; fouth leg of the Alps Trail Davos IMBA Epic

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Description

Starting from Monstein, the Monstein to Weisen route is a challenge. The route starts a steady climb out of the hanging valley to an uphill traverse to the south. After one short respite, the final bit of the climb creeps along a steep mountain shoulder.

From there, enjoy a rowdy downhill in and out of a drainage to another section of steep descending. Dive in and out of another gully, crossing a creek. The final bit is navigating several switchbacks and turns to the bottom.

You'll cross the main valley and take a hard left to pedal into the Davos-Wiesen train station.

If you've got a bit of pedaling left in your legs, you can continue on via the Wiesen to Filasur and the finish of the Alps Trail Davos IMBA Epic.

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Don't enjoy the brewery in Monstein too much - save some enjoyment for the tight, twisty, and steep Monstein to Weisen singletrack.
Jan 29, 2017 near Arosa, CH

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