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A few tips to prepare for the Engadine Bike Trip

We will be as light as possible, which means that we take only those clothes that will ensure that we are comfortable (i.e. not cold and not warm).

For the train trip to/from Engadine: demi-tarif train card, book to read.

Evenings: What we need for an imaginary walk if the temperature gets down to 10 degrees. I will take a sweater and the gore-tex jacket.

Nights: Sleeping in a pair of underwear and a T-shirt will be fine.

Biking: Tennis shoes, socks, underwear, T-shirt, shorts, helmet, sunglasses, bike.

Extras: We will take the small camera and the cell phones fully charged. For the iPhone we need one charger. Do we need chargers for the other phones? We also need a toothpaste tube, toothbrush, two long bike locks, sunscreen.

NB: We will not sweat in the evening, hence one set of cloths for three nights will be fine; Three T-shirts should be sufficient (two if they dry quickly);

The following is logistic info


Tue - We: Sporthotel, 7516 Maloja, Tel. +41 (0)81 824 31 26, 55–85 CHF per person,  sporthotelmaloja@bluewin.ch

Wed - Fri: Pension Chesin Zuppò, Via Truochs 9, 7522 La Punt-Chamues-ch, Tel. +41 (0)81 854 22 64, 42–50 CHF per person, zuppo@bluwin.ch  www.engadin.stmoritz.ch

For the return by public transportation along the Engadine valley we should bike to Scuol-Tarasp, take the train to Bever, and then bike to La Punt.

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