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      Davos Klosters - Das Singletrail Paradies der Alpen

      Davos Klosters mit dem Prättigau zählt zu den attraktivsten Bike-Destinationen Graubündens. Die ausgeschilderten Mountainbike-Touren auf dem rund 700 km langen Wegnetz lassen jedes Bikerherz höher schlagen und bieten auch dem geübtesten Mountainbiker ein fantastisches Bike- und Naturerlebnis.


      4 Argumente für das Singletrail-Paradies der Alpen

      Singletrail-Paradies der Alpen

      - Trail Crew baut aus und pflegt alle Trails
      - Erreichbarkeit der Trails vom Bikehotel innert 15 Minuten
      - Davos Klosters lebt die Philosophie „Share the trail“
      - Höchster Anteil an Singletrails in Graubünden und der Schweiz
      - 700 km Wegnetz mit verschiedenen Trails: von flowig bis verblockt



      Highlights

      - Alps Epic Trail Davos: längster Singletrail der Schweiz – von IMBA als Epic Model Trail ausgezeichnet
      - Bahnentour: das 10'000-Höhenmeter-Abenteuer
      - Bikepark Davos Färich (by Flying Metal Crew)
      - Gotschna Freeride Piste (A-Line)
      - Pumptrack Jenaz (Prättigau)



      Die besten Angebote

      - Kostenlose Bergbahnen ab 1 Übernachtung in einem Bikehotel
      - Kostenloser Biketransport ab 1 Übernachtung im Bikehotel (muss über davos.ch, klosters.ch oder Bikehotel direkt gebucht werden)
      - Freie Fahrt für auf den öffentlichen Verkehrsmitteln in Davos Klosters
      - Kostenlose Mountainbike-Fahrtechnik-Kurse aus dem Gästeprogramm Davos Klosters Active
      - Bikeshuttle garantiert einen hervorragenden Taxiservice zu kleinen Preisen



      Im Bikehotel liegt man richtig

      - Im Bikehotel ist der Biketransport für die Bergbahnen inklusive
      - Abschliessbarer Abstellraum für die Bikes mit Werkzeug für kleine Reparaturen
      - Infos/persönliche Beratung im Hotel
      - Kostenloser Waschservice
      - Lunchpaket erhältlich




      7 thinking steps to happy riding

      Step 1: Share the trail
      In Davos Klosters benutzen Wanderer und Mountainbiker die gleichen Wege ohne Einschränkungen. Möglich macht dies eine tolerante und rücksichtsvolle Einstellung von allen Seiten. Mountainbiker bremsen beim Überholen auf Schritttempo ab und halten beim Kreuzen auf schmalen Wegen an, um Wanderern Platz zu machen. Aber auch Fussgänger akzeptieren die Mountainbiker als gleichwertige Wegnutzer und geben beim Aufeinandertreffen den Weg, wo immer möglich und sinnvoll, frei.

      Step 2: Stay on trails
      Was bereits ein Autoreifenhersteller treffend formulierte, gilt auch beim Biken: "Fun is not a straight line." Es sind die Kurven, die eine Fahrt spannend machen und Flow bringen – egal wie weit oder eng sie sind. Damit nicht genug: Wenn Biker auf den Trails bleiben, schonen sie zudem das Landschaftsbild. Also: Lasst euch nicht von Abkürzungen verleiten und bleibt auf den Trails. Und wer Kurven ausfährt, hat sowieso mehr davon.

      Step 3: Leave no trace
      Ein ausgefahrener und erodierter Trail ist für einen Biker wie eine verblasste Liebesgeschichte. Schütze deshalb, was du liebst: Pass deine Fahrweise an und bremse nicht mit blockierten Rädern. Damit schonst du den Trail und dein Bike. Share the love

      Step 4: Stay informed
      Abgerutschte Wegabschnitte, stark frequentierte Trails oder laufende Forstarbeiten – es gibt gute Gründe, up to date zu bleiben. Beachtet bitte die Hinweisschilder. Denn gut informiert, fährt es sich einfach besser.

      Step 5: Yield to others
      Der eine will hoch, der andere runter: Früher oder später kreuzen sich auf den Trails die Wege von Bikern, Trailrunnern oder Wanderern. Macht frühzeitig auf euch aufmerksam. Am besten mit einer kleinen Bike-Klingel oder einem netten Gruss. Und auf engen Trail-Passagen: besser kurz anhalten, passieren lassen und dann weiterfahren.

      Step 6: Control your bike
      Fahrtwind, die Räder rollen und ein dickes Grinsen im Gesicht. Dieses Gefühl lieben Biker in Davos Klosters. Trotz allem Flow sollte man aber immer vorbereitet sein auf Unerwartetes. Pass die Fahrtgeschwindigkeit deinem Können an, so dass du im Notfall rechtzeitig abbremsen kannst.

      Step 7: Close fences
      "Fuchs, du hast die Gans gestohlen." So lautet die erste Strophe eines bekannten Kinderliedes. Auf den Bike-Trails hat es zwar keine Gänse. Dennoch gibt es gute Gründe für die Zäune: Sie grenzen Weidegebiete ab und stellen sicher, dass die Nutztiere das vorgesehene Areal nicht verlassen. Also, schliesst bitte nach der Durchfahrt die Weidezäune. Die kleine Pause kann man übrigens gut mit einem Schluck Wasser kombinieren.





      Davos Klosters - Trails that flow endlessly

      Davos Klosters with the Prättigau is one of the most attractive mountain-biking destinations in Grisons. The marked mountain bike tours with a total of 700 km leave every cyclist's heart beating faster. They offer even the most practised mountain biker a fabulous riding and nature experience.


      4 reasons for riding our tracks

      Alpine single tracks paradise

      - Trail Crew maintains the trails to prevent erosion and damage to the landscape
      - Tracks within 15 minutes distance to your bike hotel
      - Davos Klosters lives the "share the trail" philosophy
      - Largest share of single tracks in Grisons and Switzerland
      - 700 km with various tracks: from free-flowing to ridden with obstacles



      Highlights

      - Alps Epic Trail Davos - longest single track in Switzerland, designated IMBA Epic Trail
      - Bahnen Tour - adventure at 10,000m elevation gain, the ultimate Enduro-Kick
      - Bike park Davos Färich (by Flying Metal Crew)
      - Gotschna Freeride Piste (A-Line)
      - Pumptrack Jenaz (Prättigau)



      Best offers

      - Complimentary day pass for bike transport on Davos Klosters Mountains cable cars and lifts (value: CHF 10) if booked through davos.ch, klosters.ch or directly in the bike hotel
      - Free trip on mountain railways. Valid in summer from one night
      - Complimentary day pass for local buses as well as with the Rhaetian Railway between Klosters and Filisur. Valid in summer from one night
      - Free mountain bike skills training. Check out our free guest programme Davos Klosters Active
      - Bike shuttle guarantees excellent transport at low cost



      Bike hotel - sleep and ride

      - Complimentary day pass for bike transport on Davos Klosters Mountains cable cars and lifts (value: CHF 10)
      - Lockable bike store
      - Workshop for carrying out your own minor repairs
      - Provision of professional bike guides and advice on tours
      - Free washing service for bike kit
      - Packed lunches can be provided (at a small surcharge)




      7 thinking steps to happy riding

      Step 1: Share the trail
      In Davos Klosters walkers and mountain bikers use the same paths without limitations. This is made possible by a tolerant and careful attitude by all parties. Mountain bikers brake to walking pace when overtaking and stop at crossroads with narrow paths, in order to allow space for walkers. In turn, pedestrians accept mountain bike riders as equal path users and allow them to pass wherever possible and sensible, when the two meet each other on a path.

      Step 2: Stay on trails
      What a car manufacturer already said, also applies to biking: "Fun is not a straight line". Curves make a ride exciting and bring flow - no matter how far or narrow they are. That's not all: When bikers stay on the trails, they also take care of the landscape. So: Don't be tempted by abbreviations and stay on the trails. And the ones, who ride curves completely, have more of it anyway.

      Step 3: Leave no trace
      Deeply rutted and eroded trails feels like a faded love story for a biker. So protect what you love: Ride smoothly and do not brake with blocked wheels. And if you go easy on the trail, you are also treating your bike with care. Share the love!

      Step 4: Stay informed
      Slipped path sections, heavily frequented trails or ongoing forestry work - there are good reasons to stay up to date. Note and obey the signs. Because well informed, you simply ride better.

      Step 5: Yield to others
      The one wants to go up, the other down: sooner or later, the trails of bikers, trail runners or hikers will cross on the trails. Do your utmost to let your fellow trail users know you are coming — a friendly greeting or bell ring are good methods. And particularly on narrow trail passages: briefly stop, let the others pass and ride on.

      Step 6: Control your bike
      Warm wind blowing around your head, rolling wheels and a big grin on the face. Bikers in Davos Klosters know this feeling really well. Despite all the flow, you should always be prepared for the unexpected. Control your bike and ride within your limits.

      Step 7: Close fences
      "Fox you stole the goose." This lyric line is from a well-known Lullaby. Well of course, on the bike trails, there are no geese. Nevertheless, there are good reasons for the fences: they border pasture areas and ensure that the farm animals do not leave the intended area. So, please close the fences after the passage. The small break you can by the way combine easlily with a refreshing sip of water.
      Primary Trail Type: All-Mountain & Downhill
      eBikes Allowed: Yes
      Shuttleable: YES
      Land Status: Managed by Local Riding Association
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      Region Status
      Open as of Jun 7, 2022

      Stats

      Avg Trail Rating
      Trails (view details)
      122
      Trails Mountain Bike
      122
      Trails E-Bike
      103
      Trails Hike
      118
      Trails Trail Running
      118
      Total Distance
      221 miles
      Total Descent
      99,904 ft
      Total Vertical
      6,336 ft
      Highest Trailhead
      8,987 ft
      Reports
      3,258
      Photos
      477
      Ridden Counter
      18,038

      Photos of Davos Klosters Mountain Bike

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      Aug 4, 2022 @ 1:21pm
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      Aug 4, 2022 @ 1:21pm
      Aug 4, 2022
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      Jul 28, 2018 @ 10:11am
      Jul 28, 2018
      trail: Chörbschhorn
      263 |
      Jul 10, 2017 @ 11:34pm
      Jul 10, 2017
      211 |
      Aug 5, 2016 @ 5:30am
      Aug 5, 2016
      180 |
      Aug 5, 2016 @ 5:30am
      Aug 5, 2016
      trail: Chörbschhorn
      287 |
      Aug 5, 2016 @ 4:52am
      Aug 5, 2016
      1,366 |
      Oct 14, 2011 @ 11:00pm
      Oct 14, 2011

      Videos of Davos Klosters Mountain Bike

      OTB in Davos
      116 | Sep 20, 2021
      15 | Aug 26, 2021
      12 | Aug 26, 2021
      5 | Aug 26, 2021
      Steigtobel
      6 | Aug 26, 2021
      First part of Steigtobel
      9 | Aug 26, 2021
      2nd rock garden
      trail: Signal
      0:21 | 138 | Aug 10, 2020
      Rolling down a Mountian
      0:17 | 95 | Nov 8, 2019

      Current Trail Warnings

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      Meierhoftäli
      Jul 27, 2022 @ 2:46am
      Jul 27, 2022
      Unknowntrailcrewdavos TCD Closed until further notice
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      Jul 27, 2022 @ 2:46am
      Jul 27, 2022
      Unknowntrailcrewdavos TCD Closed until further notice

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      user #542059inversedotchupdatetrailDischmatal and 1 more
      Aug 15, 2022 @ 8:04am
      46 mins
      user #1326872spanizzowishlistrouteAlps Epic Trail Davos IMBA
      Aug 14, 2022 @ 11:19am
      22 hours
      user #2713812Ktk96riddentrailPischa and 1 more
      Aug 14, 2022 @ 10:47am
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      user #3143221BL1985wishlisttrailHauptertäli - Felsenweg and 3 more
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      1 day
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      user #3116384wzsSLtrailChörbschhornExcellent trail, although blue rather than...
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      user #1253448Thunder1111trailMeierhoftäliTrail was closed
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      Bikepark Brandnertal 1 421.3 km

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      Mountain Bike122221 miles99,905 ft132 miles6,335 ft
      #331#14743,25645,415
      E-Bike103171 miles80,778 ft102 miles6,115 ft
      #114#132,9221256
      Hike118216 miles96,152 ft127 miles6,335 ft
      #246#13,0121123
      Trail Running118216 miles96,152 ft127 miles6,335 ft
      #246#13,012142
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