The former gymnast Ariella Käslin starts for Davos Klosters at the mountain bike race 'Swiss Epic Graubünden'. She tells more about her bike adventure in our new video series.
Five stages from Laax via Arosa to Davos, 320 kilometres and almost 12'250 metres of altitude difference: The Swiss Epic Graubünden mountain bike stage race from 18 to 22 August will demand everything from the 250 participating two-man teams. And right in the middle of it all: Ex-turn star Ariella Käslin. Together with her partner Oliver Friedrich, she will compete for the destination Davos Klosters.
In our entertaining video series you can see how she prepares for this bike adventure and which 'last minute' tips Ariella Käslin receives from her Swiss-Epic mentor Severin Disch. There are a total of four episodes that will be posted on the social media channels of the Davos Klosters destination. The introduction video is already online. The three other episodes will be released on 11.8., 13.8. and 16.8.2020.
With the Swiss Epic Route you follow the original routes of the bike race, but you decide yourself which sections you want to ride. It's very convenient: without racing pressure and including luggage transport.
The tour starts and ends in Davos. On all stages there are alternatives to shorten the route with mountain railways, Postbus or the Rhaetian Railway. The Swiss Epic Route is available with four overnight stays and three daily stages or with six overnight stays and five daily stages - including luggage transport. In Davos you can choose between the Hotel Grischa as part of the premium offer with half board and the Hotel Panorama as a standard offer with room/breakfast. Happy riding!