A bike holiday in the Alps, who can say no to that? Especially not if you are going to Davos Klosters. The region is one of the most enticing bike holiday destinations in Graubünden for good reason. You will find a dense network of excellently-maintained trails, rich culture and unforgettable nature.
This Collection goes the extra mile. Our three-day hut ride takes you deep into the Swiss Alps mountain world where you can sleep in remote mountain huts in the middle of nature and experience an adventure you will never forget. You don't have to be a seasoned outdoor professional to enjoy this ride: with an E-bike, anyone who has basic stamina and reasonable riding technique can conquer this adventure.
The stages in this Collection offer a colorful mix of the best trails around Davos and Klosters, including narrow single trails at breathtaking heights with incredible views. We’ve taken care that all of the trails are suitable for experienced riders. Some sections are quite steep so you might have to push at times, but we’ve made sure that there aren’t any impossible technical stretches.
On the way you will pass through pleasant villages and plenty of places to stop for refreshments and recharge your batteries. There are two mountain guesthouses where you can stay overnight that offer, among other things, comfortable double rooms with everything you need for a pleasant stay so you don't need to pack your sleeping mat, bedding or towels. Just remember that you are traveling in the middle of the Alps so take enough provisions, tools and spare parts, a change of clothes and waterproofs in case the weather changes. With a little preparation this Collection will give you an unforgettable adventure.
By the way: If you don't want to go on a hut adventure right away and would rather take on a single day hike, then have a look at this Collection: komoot.de/collection/896262.
Davos is the hub of your three-day e-bike hut tour through the Swiss Alps, which starts right at Davos Dorf station. On the first stage, two longer climbs await you, great trails, wonderful panoramic views and the rustic Berghaus Vereina in the beautiful valley of the same name. It goes up to 2,480 meters in height - thanks to E-Power you master the altitude but without problems.From Davos, you first cycle along a slightly rising trail along the Flüelabach to Tschuggen. Are you warm? Good, because now follows the first climb, which is sometimes very steep and you promoted to the highest point of the tour. The view from the mountain station Pischa as well as the following singletrack trail compensates for every single drop of sweat and will keep you in mind with unforgettable pictures.After a long, flowing descent, you will reach Klosters and follow the rushing liquid Landquart, which you cross over a spectacular suspension bridge before the route turns into the beautiful Vereina valley. Another upstart, then it's done: The quaint mountain house Vereina is already waiting for you. On the beautiful terrace you can let the day pass with a cool beer and look forward to a quiet night amidst the idyllic mountains.Tip: On the way you always come back to rest stops, which are reached quickly with short detours from the route. Especially we can recommend the snack in Grüenbödeli, which is located only a few meters from the trail (at km 22.6).
After a restful night at the Berggasthaus Vereina you are ready for the second stage of your hut tour through the mountains around Davos and Klosters. With more than 52 kilometers and a whopping 2,100 meters of altitude, a demanding tour awaits you today. Wonderful panoramic views, great trails, cozy huts and last but not least your e-bike ensure full enjoyment even today.You already know the first part of the route, because this tour begins as yesterday's ended. But with a big advantage: Today you drive in the opposite direction through the beautiful Vereina Valley, which means nothing more than a nearly ten-kilometer-long flowy downhill to wake up. Once at the bottom, there are several places to stop for your favor - nothing stands in the way of a leisurely breakfast. Take your time for a refreshment, because a long climb awaits you behind Klosters.This climb is a true classic of the Graubünden trail culture. The Duranna Pass is a little challenge, but with its mix of beautiful scenery, unforgettable views and insights into the culture of the people who live here, it is pure pleasure. Shortly before the highest point of the tour, the beautiful Grüensee invites you to a short (photo) break. Then you follow the trail along the Parsennfurgga to the Parsennhütte and to the Totalpsee, where the beautiful descent to Davos begins.From Davos it goes now into the picturesque Dischma valley. You follow a beautiful trail that takes you to today's stage goal, the Berggasthof Dürrboden. Up here you have a wonderful view of the Dischma valley, which you can enjoy in peace until the sun has disappeared behind the mountain peaks.
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The third and final stage of your e-bike hut tour around Davos and Klosters takes you from the idyllically located mountain guesthouse Dürrboden across the legendary Scaletta Pass to Alp Funtauna. From there you can reach the idyllic Ravais-ch lakes through the Funtauna valley. A beautiful trail leads you through the seemingly untouched nature to Bergün and on to Filisur, from where you can take the nostalgic train back to Davos Platz.After a quiet night, your tour begins with a crisp climb from Berggasthof Dürrboden. Take the old mule track up to the Scaletta Pass. Here is some driving skills helpful, otherwise it could be that you have to push a piece here and there. But this is definitely not a shame and instead offers you the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful view in peace.Through the high Funtauna Valley meanders a beautiful single trail to the Ravais-ch lakes, where you should plan a long break. Here it is totally idyllic and the view of the lakes is unforgettable. Do not forget to pack food so you can rest here.Now there are still 20 kilometers ahead of you, yet your hut tour sounds slow and enjoyable. Because from now on it is almost only downhill. About flowige trails you come first to Bergün, last to Filisur. From here, the cozy nostalgic train back to Davos Platz at 17:06 every (summer) day - can a bike tour end better? If you fancy a ride on the historic train, you need to plan your time accordingly. If it does not suit you, you'll still be able to get back to the starting point of the tour, as regular Regio trains run every hour between Filisur and Davos.