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E-Bike Top Stage 2

Davos Klosters E-Bike mountain lodge tour (Day 2)

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The second stage of the challenging e-bike hut tour takes you from Berghaus Vereina to Klosters, from there via Serneuser and Conterser Schwendi to the Duranna and Casannapass and then on along Parsennfurgga to Parsennhütte. Once there, the route descends along the Totalp and Meierhof Tälli to Davos, where the last ascent to the Dürrboden mountain inn awaits you.
difficult
Distance 50.8 km
5:30 h
2,064 m
2,001 m
The tour starts at the mountain inn Vereina. From there you drive along the Vereina valley to Klosters to the Gotschnabahn valley station. The trail then leads to the bottom station of the ski lift. The trail continues over the Durannapass pass, where the beautiful Grüensee lake is an ideal photo subject. The name is not a coincidence! After the Casannapass the trail leads along the Parsennfurgga to the Parsennhütte and to Totalpsee, from where the descent to Davos begins. After a nice downhill to Davos, the last ascent along the beautiful trails of the Dischma valley awaits you. Arrived at the very back of the Dischma valley, a well-deserved, wonderful view of the Dischma valley awaits you at the Dürrboden mountain inn. The second night of the Davos Klosters E-Bike Hut Tour is spent in this wonderful setting.

 

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

Author’s recommendation

Take food with you and enjoy a picnic at the beautiful Grüensee.

As an alternative, the Parsennhütte also offers drinks and food. 

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Remy Horn 
Updated: April 06, 2021
Difficulty
difficult
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Highest point
2,479 m
Lowest point
1,187 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.

Start

Berggasthaus Vereina (1,939 m)
Coordinates:
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2'794'147E 1'187'908N
DD
46.813995, 9.982930
DMS
46°48'50.4"N 9°58'58.5"E
UTM
32T 574986 5184963
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Destination

Berggasthaus Dürrboden

Turn-by-turn directions

Berggasthaus Vereina - Klosters - Durannapass - Casannapass - Parsennhütte - Meierhof Tälli - Davos Dorf - Dischmatal - Dürrboden

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all notes on protected areas

Public transport

Public-transport-friendly

Anreise via Landquart mit der RhB nach Bahnhof Davos Dorf.

Getting there

Von Zürich / St. Margrethen her kommend verlassen Sie die Autobahn A13/E43 in Landquart in Richtung Landquart, Davos, Vereina. Fahren Sie auf der N28 bis nach Davos Klosters.

Parking

Bitte die öffentlichen Parkplätze in Davos benützen.

Coordinates

SwissGrid
2'794'147E 1'187'908N
DD
46.813995, 9.982930
DMS
46°48'50.4"N 9°58'58.5"E
UTM
32T 574986 5184963
w3w 
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Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Equipment

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

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


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Difficulty
difficult
Distance
50.8 km
Duration
5:30 h
Ascent
2,064 m
Descent
2,001 m
Public-transport-friendly Multi-stage route Scenic Point to Point Refreshment stops available

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