In contrast to classic road trips, the Alpine Circle relies on the most diverse forms of transport - the e-car, the e-bike and the train. No matter which means of transport you choose: The Alpine Circle tour through Graubünden is a unique experience, both on wheels and on rails. The absolute highlights include the Swiss National Park, the Landwasser Viaduct, the Rhine Gorge and the Diavolezza glacier experience. Here in the destination, the idyllic side valley of Sertig and Klosters, a chic chalet-style village, are part of the round trip.
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The ruta focus connects the heart of Graubünden: Davos Klosters, Engadin Scuol Zernez, Engadin and St. Moritz regions, as well as Val Surses and the Albula Valley. One of the highlights is the Landwasser Viaduct as part of the UNESCO World Heritage RhB.
The ruta centrala is an extension of the ruta focus. Here you are on the road a few days longer and discover more. The route also takes you to Heidiland, Chur, Arosa and Lenzerheide. A mix of culture and nature awaits you.
The King's Tour covers all four main sights and the entire diversity of Graubünden. The round trip also takes you to Surselva, via Ticino to Misox and San Bernardino. You cross six Alpine passes.
Barrier-free lifts and mountain restaurants, adventure park for families and sporting highlights such as ski tours, hiking and trail running: Madrisa, the local mountain of Klosters, is convincing all year round. The large Madrisa Land amusement park at 1,900 m above sea level offers a special family experience.
Balance and climb at airy heights: For a kick away from the peaks, the Davos Adventure Park offers a rope park with different levels of difficulty for all age groups. The adjacent bike park offers dirt jumps, a pump track and a skatebowl.
From May to October, you can travel from Davos to Filisur and back twice a day on a historic train composition from the 1920s. One of the highlights is the trip over the 210-metre-long Wiesner Viaduct - at 88.9 metres, the highest bridge on the Rhaetian Railway (RhB).
The Kirchner Museum Davos shows works by the expressionist artist Ernst Ludwig Kirchner at the place where they were created. Davos and its surroundings inspired him to create a large number of important works.
The Monstein brewery was long considered the highest brewery in Switzerland and the first show brewery in Graubünden. It is located in the former village dairy, a building that was erected over 100 years ago and is centrally located in the middle of the Walser village of Monstein.
There are two Foxtrail routes in Davos. This adventure offer is open in summer and winter (excl. mid-seasons) and is aimed at families and groups. Participants are bound to fixed starting times and can then use the Foxtrail individually.
On the Rinerhorn, a fast-paced downhill ride on a scooter awaits you. With a valid mountain railway ticket, you take a gondola to the mountain station where the fun begins. At the rental you get a scooter and a bike helmet so that the four and a half kilometre scooter adventure can start.
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