The ultimate enduro tour in Davos Klosters for ambitious and experienced bikers. With over 6,300 metres of descent, it leaves nothing to be desired. The top-class single trail experience (90% single trail share) with nine mountain lifts and the best trails in Davos Klosters.
The round tour starts on the Jakobshorn. From the summit, a challenging trail leads down into the Dischma valley to Teufi.After reaching the Parsenn cable car from the Dischma out of the valley, it takes us up to the Weissfluhjoch at 2'661 m. From there, we go over the Totalp to the Parsenn hut and then down to Klosters via the first-class Chalbersäss trail and the Gotschna freeride route. In total, we have already reached around 2,500 metres of descent, but there are still many more ahead of us. Next, we take the Madrisa gondola up to the Madrisa-Alp. A great single trail leads us to Saas. From there we ride back to Klosters via Serneus, where the Gotschna cable car takes us up to the Gotschnagrat. Signal Trail: that's the name of the next crisp challenge. The demanding single trail leads over technical and blocky passages to Schwarzseealp and further over the Wolfgang to the Parsennbahn. Next, the Parsenn cable car takes us to the Höhenweg station and then back down via the Meierhoftälli trail. The last gondola ride is waiting for us. Once again all the way up to Jakobshorn and then over a section of the legendary Alp Epic Trail into Sertig and via Clavadel back to Davos.
After more than 6,300 metres of descent, we have well deserved our après-bike beer!
Whole tour: 76.4 km (13 km mountain railway rides)
If you haven't had enough yet, check out the original "Bahnentour" of Davos Klosters!
TRAIL-TICKETS Davos Klosters are available at the sales points of Davos Klosters Mountains.
Updated: April 16, 2021
Safety informationIn 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.
Getting thereComing from Zurich / St. Margrethen, leave the A13/E43 motorway at Landquart in the direction of Landquart, Davos, Vereina. Take the N28 to Davos.
ParkingUse public parking spaces in Davos.
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