Not sporty, too heavy, or only for older cyclists? E-bikes have long since shed their dowdy image. Not only do modern e-bikes look strikingly similar to standard bikes, they’re also experiencing a boom. And what a boom! Their electric drive systems allow cyclists with varying fitness levels to take to the road together. That’s a huge advantage when faced with undulating terrain – like Davos Klosters.
An e-bike turns tiring uphill climbs into relaxed rides, and the extra push from the motor also means you can fit what would have been a day trip into an after-work outing. In short: the focus is on enjoying the ride. And, if you still want to prove your fitness, use the e-bike to push your limits. Higher. Faster. Further. Tried it yet?
Basically, all the Davos Klosters bike trails that are fun to ride with a standard bike are also suitable for e-bikes. E-bikes are especially appealing for steep ascents, such as the route up to Pischa. If you fancy a more gentle ride, try a route through the side valleys, such as Dischma, or follow the Landwasser river along the valley. Good to know: routes that involve carrying your bike are not suitable for e-bikes.
Good to know: Since April 2022, all e-bike riders must also switch on their lights during the day. The light obligation applies to all public traffic areas. As a rule, this also applies on dirt roads or bike trails. Anyone riding an e-bike without lights on can be fined 20 Swiss francs. In addition, the minimum age for using e-bikes in Switzerland is 14 years.
Shred single trails, cruise ascents with uphill flow, and stay overnight in the rustic Vereina and Dürrboden mountain inns. This tour has plenty of Instagram-worthy photo opportunities, such as a picnic by the Ravais lakes. And, to cap it all off, return to Davos on the heritage railway. That’s what you get with the new mountain inn e-bike tour around Davos Klosters. A mountain biking adventure you’ll remember for a long time. We promise. Tip: Book early, because the hut capacities are limited.
Davos Platz – Tschuggen – Pischa – Hüreli – Drusatscha – Grüenbödeli – Schwäderloch – Alp Garfiun – Berghaus Vereina
Due to the hydroelectric power generation, there may be problems charging the battery at Berghaus Vereina. We recommend that you take a spare battery with you or plan a break for recharging at the lido in Klosters. Important: Please take your own charger with you.
Berghaus Vereina – Klosters – Durannapass – Casannapass – Parsenn – Meierhofer Tälli – Davos Dorf – Dischma – Dürrboden – Berggasthaus Dürrboden
Due to the long stage distance, economical battery management is required. We recommend that you take a spare battery with you or plan a break for recharging at EWD Davos, Tobelmühlestrasse 11, 7270 Davos Platz. Important: Please take your own charger with you.
Alte Bahnhofstrasse 4
7260 Davos Dorf
7270 Davos Platz
7260 Davos Dorf