The Durannapass is one of the great mountain bike classics of Graubünden - in combination with the Strelapass, and rightly so. The tour is also suitable for less experienced single trail riders and offers a wonderful mix of landscape, trails and culture.
Distance 45.4 km
From Davos, the route follows forest roads up to the Schatzalp, then on to the Strelaalp and then on an increasingly steep alpine road to the Strelapass. Here the first descent begins. It leads on a demanding single trail down to Sapün. From there the descent continues on a gravel road down to Langwies, where the next long but pleasant ascent to the settlement of Strassberg and on to the idyllic Grünsee right next to the Durannapass begins. A fun trail now leads across the plateau and then on a small alpine road down to Untersäss, where there is the possibility of changing the descent to a rugged single trail. A little below Untersäss you turn right and follow a trail to the valley station of the Schiferbahn. A gravel road now leads to Serneuser Schwendi and from there largely along the railway line to Laret. A last steep section has to be mastered until finally the Wolfgangpass on the outskirts of Davos is reached. Note: The route is fully signposted as Route 631 (Durannapass-Strelapass).
The long ascent from Davos to the Strelapass can be covered on the Parsennbahn. From the Weissfluhjoch a rapid descent through the Haupter Täli leads over the rock path to the Strelapass.
Pack your swimming trunks and take a refreshing dip in the green lake at the Durannapass.
Update: June 09, 2020
Bike pushing needed
Safety informationIn Davos Klosters there are many alps with livestock farming. Therefore, you can expect to encounter animals everywhere. Please be considerate and drive the terrain at an appropriate speed.
Getting thereRoute 28 from Landquart to Davos.
ParkingPlease use public parking spaces in Davos Klosters.
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