Gotschna Freeride Trail
Davos Klosters Mountains Explorers Choice
Ein Biker in einer Steilwandkurve auf der Gotschna Freeride Strecke in Davos Klosters.Photo: Jo Hüchelheim, Davos Klosters Mountains
The five-kilometer-long route leads from the Gotschnaboden middle station, which can be reached with the first section of the Gotschnabahn, down to Klosters in the valley. The route offers flowing riding fun for beginners as well as for die-hard downhillers.
On the route you will find more than 30 tables, bends, various drops, steep wall curves and northshore elements. The Gotschna freeride route impresses with pure riding fun thanks to the moderately steep terrain from Gotschnaboden down to the valley station of the Gotschnabahn. In the summer of 2020, the route was completely re-surfaced and a new flowy part was created with turn-ons and two new drops.
The route is suitable for beginners, there is always the possibility to go around the obstacles. However, on the first descent we recommend you to adjust your speed accordingly and visit the individual elements.
The trail is open from the end of June to mid-October. During this time the Gotschna cable car on Parsenn is also open for passenger and bike transport.
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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.
Public-transport-friendlyAnreise via Landquart mit der RhB nach Klosters Platz
Mit dem Auto nach Klosters:
- Route 28 Landquart - Klosters
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