In keeping with the destination's slogan "Sports Unlimited", there is a Vitaparcours in Davos. The start and finish are at the Färich Rope and Bike Park. The course then runs counterclockwise to the World Cup cross-country course. So you don't run up the legendary "Cologna-Stutz", for example, but down it. At the various posts, information boards explain which exercises are to be performed. Strength and skill exercises alternate with gymnastics or stretching and recovery. There are 15 posts in total. The entire route is about 2.8 kilometres long. Athletes cover 109 metres in altitude, with some short stretches of steep ups and downs.
A classic in Swiss forests
It has been over 50 years since the first Vitaparcours was inaugurated in Zurich. Today there are more than 500 Vitaparcours in Switzerland, inviting young and old alike to stay fit in the forest. They are among the most popular leisure facilities in the Swiss forests. One thing has always remained the same: Guests and locals can use this sporting offer, each with 15 posts and 43 exercises in the areas of endurance, strength, dexterity and mobility, free of charge.