The snow-cleared winter hiking trails in Davos Klosters are also particularly good for trail runners. The winter hiking trails, 111 km in Davos and 45 km in Klosters, are signposted with purple signs. However, during the peak winter season from Christmas to the end of February and at weekends, these can be very busy. Therefore, please walk considerately.
If you don't want to miss out on sporty climbs in winter, you can walk from Davos via the Thomas Mann Trail to Schatzalp. And from there steeply up to the Strelapass. As a reward, the sun terrace of the restaurant of the same name awaits you at the top. Tip: Try the Kaiserschmarren. The way back is the same. Also, worthwhile is the combination of Sonnenweg and Wasserfallweg on the Schatzalp. Don't fancy the 300 metres or so up to the Schatzalp? Just take the Schatzalp cable car.
Klosters also has a classic: the run from Monbiel to Alp Garfiun is ideal for clearing your head. With freshly fallen snow, you almost feel like you've been transported to a winter fairy tale come true. At the top of Alp Garfiun you can enjoy freshly prepared alpine dishes and a fantastic view. The way back leads along the Landquart river back to Klosters Platz.
No matter which route you choose: Trail shoes with a good tread provide grip on slippery surfaces, while warm functional clothing protects you from the cold. In addition, the winter sun shows up late – and leaves early. That's why reflectors on your clothing and a headlamp are important companions. And watch out: At night, piste machines are on the move on the winter hiking trails.