On the 700-kilometre-long network of hiking trails in Davos Klosters through forests, sunny side valleys and up to high peaks, you are guaranteed to find a suitable route. Either via our tour suggestions or with our web app #Aussichtsmeister. The latter takes you to 100 rewarding vantage points. And that in a double sense: because for every vantage point you complete, you receive digital adventure points that you can redeem online in our holiday shop. Whoever reaches all 100 vantage points will be crowned vantage master and receive great prizes.
A highlight in Davos Klosters is a sunrise hike to the Flüela Schwarzhorn at 3146 m above sea level. It is not only considered the highest point in Davos Klosters, but also offers a unique panoramic view. In good weather, even as far as the Grossglockner and Mont Blanc. It is no coincidence that this is considered one of the most beautiful sunrise peaks in Switzerland. Rather not get up so early? Sunsets are also unforgettably beautiful from up here.
The hike to a popular photo motif in Davos Klosters also starts from the Flüela Pass: the picturesque Jöriseen lakes. The turquoise lakes with their unique colour combinations in a barren mountain landscape with views of the peaks of the Silvretta massif and Piz Linard make this tour a Swiss hiking classic.
Those who stay longer and book at least one night in a hotel, holiday flat or group accommodation receive the Davos Klosters Premium Card. And with it numerous advantages. During the summer season, for example, a complete ascent and descent for a single mountain such as Jakobshorn, Parsenn, Rinerhorn or Madrisa costs only ten francs. If you want to use several mountains on the same day, you can buy a day ticket for 15 francs. A ticket for the Schatzalp is available for six francs. Children aged six to seventeen pay half price each. Overnight guests can also take part in our summer guest programme. This includes, among other things, a guided ridge hike or a challenging mountain hike in Klosters.