Beautiful hiking trails around Davos Klosters in Switzerland
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Turquoise-blue mountain lakes, rugged rock faces, romantic alpine landscapes and fantastic views – in Davos Klosters the alpine landscape awaits you in its purest form. Over 430 miles (about 700 kilometers) of hiking trails meander through the Swiss Alps and show you this dreamlike piece of earth from its most beautiful side. In this collection we present seven particularly high-contrast tours through the region – from the tight summit ascent to a relaxed hike for the whole family.
Walk in the footsteps of the poet Thomas Mann, who was inspired in Davos for his important novel „The Magic Mountain“. Marvel at the colorful colors of the Jöriseen and the impressive Silvretta glacier. Let the fresh mountain air blow around your nose at the numerous viewpoints. And enjoy the regional cuisine in the cozy mountain huts and restaurants. But all seven hikes have one thing in common: they let you forget everyday stress and show you how incredibly beautiful nature is in the mountains.
If you are planning several hiking days in the region, the best thing to do is to camp in Davos or Klosters. From here you can either start the respective hikes by car or public transport. And at the end of an eventful day of hiking, there is nothing better than refreshing yourself in Lake Davos or the Swimming pool of Klosters.
Are you interested in a multi-day hut tour in the region? Then take a look at the Kesch Trek: komoot.de/collection/899161/viertaegige-huettentour-auf-dem-kesch-trek-davos-klosters.
Turquoise blue lakes and barren mountain landscapes - an unforgettable landscape awaits you on this ten kilometer hike. It starts at the post bus stop "Wägerhus". From Davos you can take bus 331 to the starting point.Right from the start, the path climbs steeply over pastures and scree up the slope to the winter gap. From here you can enjoy a unique view of the Jöriseen and the Jörigletscher. The peaks of the Silvretta massif and Piz Linard rise behind it. Time for a breather.The path continues along the edge of the glacier and between the light green Jöriseen. It is simply amazing how the blue water of the lakes visually stands out from the barren rocky landscape. So don't forget your camera. You hike a bit up to Jöriflüelafurgga and from there downhill to Wägerhus, your starting point.
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This 22 kilometer long hike trumps with a great view of a great mountain panorama and a great view of the Davos landscape. In addition, a varied alpine flora awaits you as a cherry on the icing.It starts at the Höhenweg station, which you can easily reach from Davos with the Parsennbahn. Then the path leads you down to the Büschalp and back slightly uphill to the Schatzalp, where you can admire over 1,300 plant species from all over the world in the Alpinum Schatzalp. The Berghotel also offers coffee and cake for a little break in between.We continue uphill to the Podestatenalp and past various small alps and Walserhöfe. Faster than you might like, the path leads you back down to Glaris, the destination of your hike today. You will then come back to Davos by bus.