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Rail & Bike

Follow the metre-gauge track on two wheels

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You can combine rail and bike however you want in Graubünden. There are lots of bike paths and trails along RhB's tracks. Enjoy close-up views of trains and viaducts. The staff at RhB know all the best tours and will put you on the right track.

Heading for the summit using sheer muscle power or electricity. Choose from more than 4,000 kilometres of marked bike paths and trails in Graubünden. Trendsetters flit from Arosa to Litzirüti on their kick scooters. Or feel like you are flying through the Swiss Grand Canyon on an e-bike. Or why not try the ultimate challenge and take the Bernina-Pass route on your mountain bike? Many routes run alongside the Rhaetian Railway tracks. Get on the train whenever your legs get tired: RhB can offer bikers whatever they are looking for – from the graubündenPASS Bike through the Luggage Service to self-service bicycle transport.

Tip: The Uina Bernina bike route is one of the most delightful in the Alps. Take a look at this video for some breathtaking pictures.

Ausstieg mit dem Velo aus dem RhB Zug

Parallel zum Schienennetz sind die Biker unterwegs.

Bikes können bequem im Allegratriebzug aufgehängt werden.

Biker kommen am Bahnhof Chur an

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graubündenPASS Bike

The graubündenPASS Bike takes you further: it lets you enjoy unlimited travel for a whole day on the cycle paths and bike trails – and on the RhB network. You can hop on and off an RhB train at any time, loading your bike yourself.
Further information

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Suggested tours

From a gentle electrobike tour to a challenging mountain route, the Swiss canton of Graubünden has something for every taste. The staff at RhB know the most stunning, most difficult and longest tours and means of transport through Graubünden.

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Bicycle transport

You load your bicycle yourself into the RhB luggage car. Bicycles cannot be transported on trains marked with the appropriate symbol in timetables. Please note that there may be a shortage of space for bicycles on popular routes.

Self-service bicycle transport

Bicycles, e-bikes and similar items must be loaded and unloaded by the passenger. RhB staff will be happy to advise you and will also ensure your safety as you load and unload your bicycle. To ensure everything runs smoothly, please make sure you are at the luggage car in good time to load/unload your bicycle.

Useful information

Please note that bicycle tickets are valid on RhB, SBB, PostAuto post buses and various other transport companies. Each passenger is allowed to transport one bicycle. Please show your cycle ticket along with your normal ticket, without being asked to do so. Self-loading of special bikes is not permitted. Special bicycles are bicycles that are longer than 2 metres, usually tandems, recumbent bicycles and cargo bicycles. For the permitted self-loading of special bicycles, only one bicycle ticket is required.

Groups

Self-service bicycle transport is not available for groups of ten and more people. In this case, you must reserve at least 48 hours before departure either at the station or by calling Railservice on +41 81 288 65 65 or by e-mailing railservice(at)rhb.ch. Bicycles can be dispatched as luggage from manned railway stations.

graubündenPASS Bike

The graubündenPASS Bike takes you further: it lets you enjoy unlimited travel for a whole day on the cycle paths and bike trails – and on the RhB network. You can hop on and off an RhB train at any time, loading your bike yourself.

Price

  GA, half-fare, STS cardholders Normal fare
Cycle Pass (valid for 1 year, not transferable) 1 240.00 240.00
Bicycle multiple-day ticket (6 days) 1 84.00  
RhB bicycle ticket for one month (only valid on the RhB network) 50.00 50.00
Bicycle day ticket 1 14.00 14.00
graubündenPASS Bike (1 zone) 35.00 45.00
graubündenPASS Bike (all zones) 50.00 65.00
Short-section ticket for bicycles 1, 2 1/2 ticket 2nd class 1/2 ticket 2nd class

1 These tickets are valid with SBB, private railways, PostBus and other transport companies.

2 If price of the route-specific ticket is lower than the price of the cycle day ticket.

All fares are in Swiss francs (CHF) per person.

Bicycles of children travelling with an adult (with/without a bicycle) are now carried free of charge. Children with the GA Child/Familia Child travelcard can also travel unaccompanied free of charge. Bicycle trailers are also transported free of charge in the same way as prams and hand luggage.

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Liability

Self-loaded bicycles belong to the category of «hand luggage subject to extra payment». The person carrying out the loading is responsible for the item(s) handled. The railway shall only be liable for damages in the case of contractual infringement or negligence on its part.

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Standard tickets for passengers and bike tickets for short journeys: buy now.
Bike day tickets: buy now.

You can obtain more information from any station served by the RhB, from the rail service by calling +41 81 288 65 65 or by using the contact form.

Timetable

Timetable information can be found here