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  • Rolling along Sihlsee
    / Rolling along Sihlsee
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  • / The view from Willerzell
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  • / Looking down towards Waag
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  • / Hike-a=bike before Feuderegg
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  • / The steps up to Spirstock
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  • / View from Spirstock towards Vierwaldstätersee
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  • / Looking over the Hoch-ybrig ski area
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  • / The descent from Spirstock
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  • / Heading towards Mythen
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m 2200 2000 1800 1600 1400 1200 1000 800 600 40 30 20 10 km Geologischer Wanderweg … Hoch-Ybrig Ibergeregg, Passhöhe Spirstock Einsiedeln, Bahnhof Brunni SZ, Rest. Brunni Willerzell, Bodenmattli Euthal, Drusberg
Nice scenic tour through the Hoch-ybrig ski area. 
mittel
Strecke 47,6 km
6:33 h
1.178 hm
1.172 hm
1.752 hm
881 hm
This tour is a nice day out for those who are moderately fit and capable of doing 1100m of on the bike ascent in a day. The descents are not very technical but a complete beginners will find the descent from Spirstock quite challenging. There are short sections of singletrail which are a little bit difficult and may require getting off the bike for short sections before reaching Ibergeregg. 

Autorentipp

This is a beautiful early summer tour to do on a sunny day. 
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Dave O'Riordan
Aktualisierung: 14.04.2015
Schwierigkeit
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Landschaft
Höchster Punkt
1.752 m
Tiefster Punkt
881 m
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Sicherheitshinweise

There are no sections of exposure or severe risks associated with this tour. There are some sections of the descent which will require basic mountain bike skills. 

Weitere Infos und Links

There are restaurants/refreshment stops at Feuderegg, Ibergeregg and Brunni along this route. 

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Start

Einsiedeln Train Station (882 m)
Koordinaten:
SwissGrid
2'699'097E 1'220'506N
DD
47.128118, 8.744747
GMS
47°07'41.2"N 8°44'41.1"E
UTM
32T 480640 5219433
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Ziel

Einsiedeln Train Station

Wegbeschreibung

Note: In summer 2011 Hoch-ybrig opened a freeride trail. At the time of writing we have not had the opportunity to check out the freeride trail itself, but the lifts could also be used as a short-cut for this tour. 

Start at the train station in Einsiedeln and take the road towards Sihlsee. Cross the Sihlsee bridge to Willerzell and turn right towards Euthal. Follow the road towards Unteriberg until you cross over a small river. Here take a left turn onto a dirt road. Follow this road (towards Unteriberg) until you can take a right to ride along the left hand side of the valley towards and past Unteriberg. Keep going past Unteriberg towards Waag.

After Waag you will come to a paved road going uphill to your left. There is a short section of singletrail (next to a farmhouse) which goes through a field back to the main road between Waag and Weglosen. Take this trail to the main road. On the other side of the main road is a farm, there is a nature street that goes from the farm entrance parallel to the road for about 50m then turns 90 degrees right and starts to go uphill. This climb has a few tough sections and brings you up to the town of Oberiberg.

In Oberiberg take the main road in the direction of Ibergeregg. After you leave the town of Oberiberg just before where the seat lift crosses over the road take a left turn up a narrow paved road. This road will lead you up to the lower lift stations of the Hoch-ybrig ski resort, there is one section where the bike will need to be carried up a hiking path for about 5 minutes on this climb. 

There is a short paved downhill just after getting to the resort (Laucheren/Feuderegg), take this down towards the ski-lift at the bottom of this road take the more right hand road uphill towards Sternen and Spirstock. The road winds uphill at a nice easy climbing gradient from here. During the summer, you will pass grazing cows as you ride through a stereotypical Swiss postcard landscape. The road leads up to a saddle where you can turn left towards Restaurant Sternen. At this point you will need to get off your bike and carry it up some steps to the right towards Restaurant Spirstock. The carrying section is a few hundred metres, once you get to the top of the steps the trail is ridable but those who are not good at technical climbing may be better off pushing the bike. At the top you will be greeted by a stunning view of Vierwaldstettersee and Grosse Mythen. 

The decent follows part of a ski-piste for a short distance towards Ibergeregg. Keep going past the little chapel, the going gets a little steep over some loose rocks here, but with a low saddle most people will tackle it quite easily. Follow the wanderweg signs for Ibergeregg. Shortly before Ibergeregg there is a section of singletrail which will have most people getting off the bike on a few occasions. It is possible to avoid this by staying left on the unpaved road as the described tour veers right into a narrow hiking trail. If you do stay descending on the paved road you will need to climb a small distance back up to the top of the pass at Ibergeregg. At the top of the Ibergeregg pass you can cross the pass road and keep going towards Mythen.

 

At Müsliegg there is a singletrail going down to the right which you can take for a short distance. Shortly after you pass the bottom of what would be a ski lift in winter you have a choice of staying right and taking another singletrail or joining onto a small road descending towards Brunni. The singletrail eventually rejoins the road, but for those who want more singletrail after 500m you can once again turn off the road to the left. This second section of singletrail is in places somewhat more difficult than the previous section. 

On arrival in Brunni take the main road down the valley back to Einsiedeln. (approx 10km, slighlty downhill)

 

Hinweis

Naturschutzgebiet Ibergeregg: 01.12 - 31.03
alle Hinweise zu Schutzgebieten

Öffentliche Verkehrsmittel

There are two train connections per hour from Zurich to Einsiedeln. One at 12 minutes past the hour and the other at 43 minutes past the hour and both invlovling a change in Wädenswil. Further information available on www.sbb.ch.  

Anfahrt

Take the A3 from Zürich and exit for Richterswil, Samstagern. Drive past Schindellegi and at the roundabout take the exit for Biberbrugg. At Biberbrugg turn right and follow signposts for Einsiedeln. 

Parken

Parking is available in Einsiedeln

Koordinaten

SwissGrid
2'699'097E 1'220'506N
DD
47.128118, 8.744747
GMS
47°07'41.2"N 8°44'41.1"E
UTM
32T 480640 5219433
w3w 
///anfing.richtlinien.plätze
Anreise mit der Bahn, dem Auto, zu Fuß oder mit dem Rad

Kartenempfehlungen des Autors

Singletrail Map - Einsiedeln/Rigi

Ausrüstung

Any type of fully functioning mountain bike is suitable for this tour. A dropper seat post or quick release for the saddle is recommended. 

Grundausrüstung zum Mountainbiking

  • Fahrradhelm
  • Fahrradhandschuhe
  • Festes, bequemes und vorzugsweise wasserfestes Schuhwerk
  • Kleidung im Mehrschicht-Prinzip mit Feuchtigkeitstransport
  • Rucksack (mit Regenhülle)
  • Sonnen-, Regen- und Windschutz (Hut, Sonnencreme, wasser- und winddichte Jacke/Regenschirm)
  • Sonnenbrille
  • Ausreichend Proviant und Trinkwasser
  • Mobiltelefon
  • Bargeld
  • Navigationsgerät/Karte und Kompass

Technisches Equipment

  • Luft- oder CO2-Pumpe mit Kartuschen
  • Reifenflickset
  • Ersatzfahrradschlauch
  • Reifenheber
  • Kettennieter
  • Inbusschlüssel
  • Ggf. Lenkerhalterung für Mobiltelefon/Navi
  • Fahrradschloss
  • Wo zutreffend, verkehrstaugliches Fahrrad mit Klingel, Vorder- und Rücklicht und Speichenreflektoren
  • Die Listen für die „Grundausrüstung“ und die „technische Ausrüstung“ werden auf der Grundlage der gewählten Aktivität erstellt. Sie erheben keinen Anspruch auf Vollständigkeit und dienen lediglich als Vorschläge, was du einpacken solltest.
  • Zu deiner Sicherheit solltest du alle Anweisungen zur ordnungsgemäßen Verwendung und Wartung deines Geräts sorgfältig lesen.
  • Bitte vergewissere dich, dass deine Ausrüstung den örtlichen Gesetzen entspricht und keine verbotenen Gegenstände enthält.

Fragen & Antworten

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Carlo Ulrich 
29.05.2019 · Community
Gemacht am 12.09.2018

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Schwierigkeit
S1 mittel
Strecke
47,6 km
Dauer
6:33 h
Aufstieg
1.178 hm
Abstieg
1.172 hm
Höchster Punkt
1.752 hm
Tiefster Punkt
881 hm
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