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Signature Trail - Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis

Frommestrail

Trail facts

Length: 10 km
Altitude metres: 1.070 altitude metres
Ascent: mountain railway
Recommended bike: Enduro
Difficulty: easy

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Best time for travel: June - October
Possibility for a stop: Frommes Alp
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Frommestrail

Fans of alpine trails and delightful panoramic views should not miss out on the Frommes Trail away from the bike park. The flagship when it comes to single trails in the Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis region promises over 1.000 altitude metres of diverse and technically challenging downhill fun.

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The shared trail is in parts divided into two separate trails here. The bike route is like a flow trail  and leads with many banked curves and some wooden elements across alpine pastures with a view. We cross a forest path several times and it gets interesting beneath the Frommes Hut. A sign reading “Attention, steep trail“ warns us about the challenges ahead which are specified as level S3.

We get ready for a surprise and follow the route on root-covered ground through the spruce forest. Good control of your bike is required here at the latest; if you are not quite sure, this segment can also be bypassed. The trail end is at an alpine pasture path which we follow in direction Ladis. Soon we turn left onto Trail No. 5 and reach the lower terminus of the Sonnenbahn gondola lift.

We save ourselves the remaining 250 altitude metres and take the lift to the intermediate terminus from where we bike across a meadow trail back to our starting point in Fiss.

If you like, you can tackle the 1.000 altitude metres to the starting point on your own - we opt for the energy-conserving version and use the lift. The Schönjoch cable car takes us to 2.440 metres above sea level. From here we still have to manage approx.  60 altitude metres uphill to the Schönjoch Cross, the highest point of our tour. Once arrived at the top, we enjoy the high alpine panorama. It can get quite fresh in almost 2.500 metres above sea level; we are glad to have taken our windbreakers and prepare for the downhill ride ahead. A yellow board marks the starting point of the Frommes Trail and, at the same time, makes us aware that this is a “shared trail“, meaning this trail is used by hikers and bikers and that mutual consideration is required.

The first section of the route is of typical alpine character with lose coarse gravel and stone slabs. The level of difficulty is mainly S1. This is followed by a short forest road to the reservoir where we turn left onto the trail that takes us to shiny metal Frommeskreuz cross.

The shared trail is in parts divided into two separate trails here. The bike route is like a flow trail  and leads with many banked curves and some wooden elements across alpine pastures with a view. We cross a forest path several times and it gets interesting beneath the Frommes Hut. A sign reading “Attention, steep trail“ warns us about the challenges ahead which are specified as level S3.

We get ready for a surprise and follow the route on root-covered ground through the spruce forest. Good control of your bike is required here at the latest; if you are not quite sure, this segment can also be bypassed. The trail end is at an alpine pasture path which we follow in direction Ladis. Soon we turn left onto Trail No. 5 and reach the lower terminus of the Sonnenbahn gondola lift.

We save ourselves the remaining 250 altitude metres and take the lift to the intermediate terminus from where we bike across a meadow trail back to our starting point in Fiss.

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