What starts with “Urgh”? Hint: this video. This time in part 2 of the Alps Epic Trail we’re mountain biking from the Rinerhorn down to Monstein, a village with a very unique feature. Some local suggested that we take the cable car up to the Rinerhorn instead of the trail from Sertig village. It was a good idea as we realized on the next day when we took the trail down from Rinerhorn towards Sertig. That would’ve been quite annoying to climb and would’ve taken us hours!
The Alps Epic Trail is something like 45km in total of which we did approx. half to two thirds. This is one of the only IMBA-certified trails in the alps and it’s really epic!
Alright, let’s dive right in, have fun 🙂
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