The Green Trail is today one of six sections of singletrack on the Mutzkopf mountain in Nauders. It is a natural trail which winds its way down around 350 vertical metres towards the valley floor. Highlights along the way include roots, grippy rock plateaus and high-speed sections through the forest. It is rated S2 on the difficulty scale.
Top of Mutzkopf chairlift
Bottom of Mutzkopf chairlift
- Circular route
- Route with e-bike charging station
Vertical metres downhill 370m
Best time of year
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Car park at the bottom of the Mutzkopf chairlift.
The Mutzkopfbahn two-man chairlift in Nauders transports riders up onto the mountain. Alternatively, there is the option of riding up via a road through the forest. The ascent of around 400 vertical metres takes about an hour.
At the top there is a wooden church spire with a sign showing the way to the trail. In fact, such wooden church spires are used to indicate the start of every trail in the 3 Countries Enduro Trails network. There is a short ascent to reach the start of the Green Trail. From there, riders should follow the signposts and simply enjoy every metre of this fun singletrack with its many roots and rocks. Every now and then there is a short uphill section. At the bottom of the trail it meets up with Elven Trail (S3). The final few vertical metres down to the road are along a dusty trail with quite a few stones and rocks.
The Green Trail is part of the 3 Countries Enduro Trails, a network of trails in the border region near the Reschenpass mountain pass where Austria, Italy and Switzerland meet. This network comprises foru cable cars and 21 trails. For more information about the 3 Countries Enduro Trails visit www.nauders.com.
Tip! The 3 Countries Summercard Gold offers riders in this region the chance to use all the lifts and trails. It is available from local tourism offices.