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Davos Klosters E-Bike mountain lodge tour (Day 1)

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    Photo: Martin Bissig, Destination Davos Klosters
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    Photo: Martin Bissig, Destination Davos Klosters
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    Photo: Martin Bissig, Destination Davos Klosters
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    Photo: Martin Bissig, Destination Davos Klosters
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    Photo: Martin Bissig, Destination Davos Klosters
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    Photo: Martin Bissig, Destination Davos Klosters
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The first stage of the challenging E-Bike hut tour takes you from Davos along the famous Pischa route to Klosters and from there on to the beautiful Vereina Valley. The first overnight stay in the rustic mountain inn Vereina awaits you at the very end.
difficult
Distance 40.6 km
6:08 h
1,785 m
1,383 m
The tour starts at Davos Dorf railway station. From there you drive in the direction of Flüelatal. Tschuggen is quickly reached on the following slightly ascending single trail parallel to the Flüelabach. On this easy single trail there is a real uphill flow, simply ingenious. Beware when crossing the busy pass road! Right next to the small church on Tschuggen, the trail climbs steeply and strenuous vertical metres follow. Fortunately there's E-Power support! Shortly before the top station the trail turns into a road and the ascent becomes more pleasant. From the mountain station (only in operation in winter) a tricky but fun single trail leads along the ridge and offers a magnificent view of the surrounding mountains. Before the last steep ascent to the Hüreli the trail branches off to the right and leads in a beautiful flow over mountain meadows towards Drusatscha. One or two difficult stretches have to be mastered until you reach the Drusatscha Alp. The trail now continues over Grüenbödeli and then on to Klosters. At Schwäderloch the trail continues towards Alp Garfiun and then right into the beautiful Vereina valley. Once at the very back, the rustic mountain inn Vereina awaits you, where the first stage can be passed in review with a cool beer on the beautiful terrace.

 

Note: Please bring a spare battery or plan a lunch break for recharging.

Author’s recommendation

The Grüenbödeli offers a short stop to fortify yourself. Food and drinks are offered.
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Remy Horn 
Updated: April 06, 2021
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Highest point
2,483 m
Lowest point
1,244 m
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Safety information

In the destination Davos Klosters there are many farmed Alps with livestock farming. You can therefore expect to encounter animals everywhere. We ask for consideration and also for driving the terrain at a suitable speed.

Tips and hints

Davos Klosters E-Bike hut tour (stage 2)

Davos Klosters E-Bike hut tour (stage 3)

Start

Davos Dorf (1,539 m)
Coordinates:
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2'781'909E 1'185'118N
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46.792365, 9.821541
DMS
46°47'32.5"N 9°49'17.5"E
UTM
32T 562699 5182418
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Destination

Berghaus Vereina

Turn-by-turn directions

Davos Dorf - Tschuggen - Pischa - Hüreli - Drusatscha - Grüenbödeli - Schwäderloch - Alp Garfiun - Berhaus Vereina

Note

Wildlife refuge Ronenwald: December 20 - April 15
all notes on protected areas

Public transport

Public-transport-friendly

Arrival via Landquart with the RhB to Davos Dorf station.

Getting there

Coming 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.

Parking

Please use the public parking spaces in Davos.

Coordinates

SwissGrid
2'781'909E 1'185'118N
DD
46.792365, 9.821541
DMS
46°47'32.5"N 9°49'17.5"E
UTM
32T 562699 5182418
w3w 
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Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Equipment

The Berghaus Vereina offers loading facilities for e-bikes. Please bring your own charging cable.

Note: Please bring a spare battery or plan a lunch break for recharging.


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Difficulty
difficult
Distance
40.6 km
Duration
6:08 h
Ascent
1,785 m
Descent
1,383 m
Public-transport-friendly Multi-stage route Scenic Refreshment stops available Point to Point

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