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Schlappiner round tour

E-Bike · Davos Klosters
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Die Schlappiner-Rundtour ist eine erlebnisreiche E-Bike-Tour auf einfachen Naturwegen. Ideal als Genusstour für die ganze Familie um die Gegend rund um Klosters zu erkunden und mit Einkehrmöglichkeiten in den gemütlichen, rustikalen Berghäusern Erika und Gemsli in der malerischen Walsersiedlung Schlappin. 
moderate
Distance 16.4 km
2:20 h
728 m
728 m
1,641 m
1,107 m
The round tour starts at the Gotschna valley station in Klosters Platz. For the first few metres, the route follows the Prättigauer Route along the rushing Landquart and then via Boschga to Klosters Dorf. From there the route follows the main road for a short distance before turning right onto the Palfärnweg at "Überem Bach". The route leads up on a natural road for about 400 metres to the Flue below Madrisa. From the Flue, after about one kilometre, we turn onto the Schlappinerstrasse, which we follow along the fishing stream through the wildly romantic side valley up to the Walser settlement of Schlappin. Once there, the rustic Erika and Gemsli mountain inns are ideal for a refreshing stopover, and the picturesque Schlappinsee lake - nestled in the beautiful mountain landscape - is a great photo opportunity. The return route then follows the Schlappinstrasse to Klosters Dorf and from there via Boschga to the starting point at the Gotschna valley station, where the eventful e-bike tour ends after around two and a half hours.

Author’s recommendation

There is a barbecue area including a children's playground directly at the Schlappinsee - ideal for a family picnic in between!
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Remy Horn 
Update: January 21, 2022
Difficulty
moderate
Technique
Stamina
Experience
Landscape
Highest point
1,641 m
Lowest point
1,107 m
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Track types

Asphalt 19.88%Dirt road 23.09%Nature trail 50.04%Road 6.97%
Asphalt
3.3 km
Dirt road
3.8 km
Nature trail
8.2 km
Road
1.1 km
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Safety information

In the Davos Klosters destination there are many farmed alps with livestock. It is therefore to be expected that animals will be encountered everywhere. We ask you to be considerate and to drive at an appropriate speed.

Start

Klosters Platz (Gotschna valley station) (1,190 m)
Coordinates:
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2'786'121E 1'193'797N
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46.869238, 9.880213
DMS
46°52'09.3"N 9°52'48.8"E
UTM
32T 567081 5191009
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Destination

Klosters Platz (Gotschna valley station)

Turn-by-turn directions

Klosters Platz - Boschga - Überem Bach - Flue - Schlappin - Klosters Dorf - Boschga - Klosters Platz

Note

Wildlife refuge Schlifitschuggen: December 20 - April 15
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Public transport

Public-transport-friendly

By train from Landquart to Klosters Platz and from there in a few minutes to the Gotschnabahn valley station.

Getting there

By car on route 28 from Landquart to Klosters Platz.

Parking

Please use public parking in Klosters Platz.

Coordinates

SwissGrid
2'786'121E 1'193'797N
DD
46.869238, 9.880213
DMS
46°52'09.3"N 9°52'48.8"E
UTM
32T 567081 5191009
w3w 
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Difficulty
moderate
Distance
16.4 km
Duration
2:20 h
Ascent
728 m
Descent
728 m
Highest point
1,641 m
Lowest point
1,107 m
Public-transport-friendly Circular route Scenic Refreshment stops available Family-friendly Cultural/historical interest

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