The second day is by far the longest and most strenuous and takes you from Berghaus Vereina to Klosters, from there over the Serneuser and Conterser Schwendi as well as the Duranna and Casannapass, past the beautiful green lake and then further along the Parsennfurgga to the Parsennhütte. Afterwards, the route continues along the Totalp and Meierhofer Tälli down to Davos, where the last ascent to the Dürrboden mountain inn and thus the second overnight stay in breathtaking surroundings awaits.
The third and last stage takes you from the Berggasthaus Dürrboden over the Scalettapass to Alp Funtauna and then further along the Val Funtauna to the idyllic Ravaisch lakes. From there, the trail leads in seemingly untouched nature to Bergün and on to Filisur, where the exciting nostalgic train to Davos Platz awaits you every day and brings the E-Bike Hutten tour to a relaxing end.
Here you can find the links to the respective stages:
Davos Klosters E-Bike Hutten Tour (stage 1)
Davos Klosters E-Bike hut tour (stage 2)
Davos Klosters E-Bike hut tour (stage 3)
Note: Please bring a spare battery or plan a lunch break for recharging.
Safety informationIn the destination Davos Klosters there are many managed Alps with livestock farming. You can therefore expect to encounter animals everywhere. We kindly ask you to show consideration and also to drive on the terrain at an appropriate speed.
Getting thereComing from Zurich / St. Margrethen, leave the A13/E43 motorway at Landquart in the direction of Landquart, Davos, Vereina.
Follow the N28 until you reach Davos Klosters.
ParkingPlease use the public parking spaces in Davos.
EquipmentPlease bring a spare battery or plan a lunch break for recharging.
- 3 Stages