Whether you have just started mountain biking, already have a good riding technique or are a pro like Sina Frei, it doesn't matter in Davos Klosters. On our 700-kilometre-long track network, from flowing to blocky, there is a route for every skill level. The trail ticket in the variants blue, red and black helps you to classify, just like you know it from ski slopes. Most tours have one thing in common: short distances to the single tracks and long, flowing descents. No wonder, the enduro world record was recently set in Davos Klosters. And to make sure that the trails look like in the advertising photos, the shapers of the Trail Crew Davos take care of them every day from mid-May to mid-October.
One attraction is the Alps Epic Trail Davos from Jakobshorn down to Filisur. This is considered the longest single trail in Switzerland and was awarded the "IMBA Trail" in 2014. You should also ride the Bahnentour: eight times up with the mountain railway and shredding 10,000 metres down. Another highlight is the six-kilometre Gotschna freeride track in Klosters. With over 200 steep turns, jumps and waves, the track feels like the A-Line in Whistler.
But Davos Klosters has much more to offer. The special thing about it, as is common throughout Graubünden, is the philosophy of share the trail that is practised: mountain bikers, hikers and trail runners share the paths and always show consideration for each other. A cultivated togetherness. Speaking of consideration: sooner or later you will probably also encounter herd protection animals, cows or even wolves. Please take our tips for behaviour into account and ride at an appropriate speed. Especially if you are sporting on an e-bike.
If you're staying longer, a bike hotel is the place to be: a good dozen hotels in Davos Klosters specialize in bikers. From here you can reach the trails within 15 minutes and benefit from amenities such as laundry service, advice and bike room for minor repairs. And even more advantages: If you book directly at a bike hotel, the day pass for bike transport is already included from one overnight stay. On the Trail Days, a bike guide is also available free of charge for day tours. And as part of the summer guest programme, you can take part in riding technique courses and guided e-bike tours.
In Davos Klosters there are farmed alps with livestock. You can therefore expect to encounter herd protection animals or cows sooner or later everywhere. We ask you to be considerate and to drive at an appropriate speed.