Cycling and biking in the Goms.

In the stunning Valais mountain landscape.

Bicycle and mountain bike routes for hobby cyclists and adventure seekers

Along cool river banks or far up into the mountains, the Goms offers you panoramic and diverse biking and cycling routes. In the Goms you can go on an unforgettable adventure with your bike, e-bike, mountain bike, racing bike or gravel bike. From leisurely bike paths along the Rotten to challenging racing bike routes over our alpine passes Furka, Grimsel and Nufenen to unforgettable mountain bike tours, there is a suitable route for everyone.



Bicycle / racing bike tours

In Goms you will find the best conditions to ride your racing bike over one of the passes Furka, Grimsel or Nufenen. On the breathtaking passes, you will discover impressive dams surrounded by the most beautiful and highest peaks of the Swiss Alps. This is where bicycle dreams come true. Three-pass rides can also be undertaken from the Goms.


Mountain bike tours

The bike trails in Goms offer you the right challenge in various difficulties. From flowing to technically demanding, there is something for everyone. On your mountain bike tour in Goms you can enjoy unique views of famous mountain giants and quench your thirst and hunger in one of the alpine and mountain huts.


Trail building update

There is something going on für MTB sport in Goms

Together with the Gotthard Bike Network, the two municipalities of Obergoms and Goms, new mountain bike trails were developed and planned with the support of bikeplan (local bike trail planning office). In summer 2023, the trail from the Nufenen Pass to Ulrichen and the first part of the Panorama Bike Route Valais from Ulrichen to Reckingen will be built. Here you can always stay up to date. We will inform you regularly with the latest pictures and videos of the trail construction. We look forward to welcoming you in autumn at the opening of the new trails in Goms. Ride on!

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Stoneman Glaciara

Answer the call!
127 km and 4,700 spectacular meters of altitude between glaciers, countless 4,000-meter peaks and the intriguing mystique of centuries-old mountain villages - only at the Stoneman Glaciara.


Certified Bike Hotels Goms

from HotellerieSuisse: Biking

The listed hotels are all certified with the specialisation category Biking by HotellerieSuisse. The points listed below distinguish bike hotels with the label, so you know what to expect.



Guest information

The hotel knows about biking routes in the Goms and provides information. Bike maps are available.

Bike room & bike cleaning area

Separate, lockable bike room and cleaning area are available.

Tool set

A set of tools for the maintenance of your bike and for simple repairs is always and for simple repairs is always at your disposal.

Needs-based meal times & packed lunch

The hotel offers adapted meal service times on request. as well as a packed lunch.

Rich breakfast buffet

The hotel offers a rich and balanced breakfast.

Laundry and drying service

Laundry and shoes that are handed in by 6 p.m. will be dry and ready for you the next morning.

Shower on the day of departure

The company will ensure that you can still shower on the day of departure if you wish.

Bike and train

Thanks to the MGBahn, you can get to Goms with your bike without any problems. The special bike ticket is valid for the train journey including bike transport with self-guided transport from Visp/Brig to Oberwald and for the return journey from Niederwald, Fiesch or Brig stations.


Price from Visp from Brig
Adults CHF 41.00 CHF 37.00
1/2-Abo, children CHF 23.00 CHF 21.00
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Postbus rides up the passes

From 22 June 2024 to 16 October 2024, bike transport will take place for the following passes

  • Ulrichen - Nufenen summit
  • Oberwald - Grimsel summit
  • Oberwald - Furka summit

The following routes will be covered with 16-seater trailers if required (self-loading)

  • 07.37am Ulrichen - Nufenen summit
  • 08.45am, 10.30am, 12.50pm Oberwald - Grimsel summit

Reservation mandatory by 4.00 pm the day before at the latest on +41(0)848 818 818 or by e-mail via

For timetable information

Code of conduct

The mountains, a place of joy to share and respect


The mountain world is a place to meet and share unforgettable moments, whether by bike or on foot. In order for all users to benefit, it is essential to share this space with respect for nature and agriculture.


Show respect

  • Greet and thank
  • Give way to pedestrians

Protect yourself

  • Wear a helmet, goggles, gloves and other protective equipment.
  • Maintain your bike regularly

Stay on the road

  • Respect road closures and traffic bans
  • Do not take shortcuts

Take care of the environment

  • Respect animals and plants
  • Close fence passages

Do not leave tracks

  • Avoid blocked wheels
  • Take your waste with you

Know your limits

  • Drive concentrated and with foresight
  • Adapt your speed to the situation and your skills

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