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Mountain bike lodge
Bike maintenance area
The hotel provides easy access to trails in all four valleys and is minutes from the Jackobshorn lift, carrying you and your bike up to 2590m and the start of the Alps Epic tour. Alternatively, take the easy route 334 down through the forest. Being close to Davos Plaz train station, riders have easy access to even more mountain bike routes in Klosters and north of the valley. The Gotschna freeride trail finishes at Klosters Platz train station, a 30 minute train ride back up to Davos Plaz. There are 5 bike shops in the hotel’s vicinity offering lessons and a range of full suspension and ebikes.
Fitness & wellbeing
Guests enjoy free access to the ultra modern Davos Fitness, a few minutes walk from the hotel. The centre offers state-of-the-art equipment, daily group fitness classes, personal trainers, professional nutrition advice and a choice of massages. Yoga classes are also available.
In addition to bike rides, hiking and family activities organised by the resort, the hotel is a short walk to the Schatzalpbahn funicular bringing you up to the summer toboggan run. The hotel runs a shuttle service to the nearby Eau La La water complex, which has a children’s area and giant slide. The hotel also has a kids play area and games room and can arrange baby sitting services.
At 1560m, Davos is the highest ‘city’ in Switzerland and links to four parallel valleys and the town’s nearby Bikepark. A 6km freeride trail with features including North Shore, wall rides, drops, jumps and tables can be found in the village of Klosters below at 1200m. In winter the resort offers fat biking with 4 descents from the Pischa ski lift. There are 47 mountain restaurants on the trail, the majority of which offer meals for vegans and vegetarians. There are also plenty of alternative family friendly outdoor activities.
All overnight guests receive a guest card offering discounts on public transport and a range of activities. Ask your hotel for details.
Family & Easy Experience
There are 5 different businesses offering lessons. The Bike Academy in Davos runs courses for all abilities and also hires bikes and ebikes. On fixed dates throughout the summer months the resort organises free training sessions in Davos on safe bike handling and riding techniques. Davos Bike Park also has a skills areas.
Bike & Wellness Experience
In the centre of Davos, the Eau La La water complex has outdoor and indoor pools and a wellness area. An hour by train from Davos you can reach the thermal baths of Alvaneu. The baths have panoramic views over the surrounding mountains and boast Europe’s second largest sulphur springs. The baths include a steam bath, Finnish and bio sauna, bubble loungers and bubble pots, water massage jets, a relaxation room and garden. Sports massage and physiotherapy is also available.
Unlike most resorts, Davos offers an incredible choice of singletrack routes, 9 of which are ebike friendly and under 30km. The majority of ebike routes are suitable for beginners and intermediate riders. There are many different valleys to explore each with restaurants to stop at along the way. Challenging high mountain routes are also an option for more experienced riders for example the Pischa route 645 is both epic and technically demanding.
For those looking to progress, there are 5 different businesses offering lessons. The Bike Academy in Davos runs courses for all abilities and also hires ebikes. On fixed dates throughout the summer months the resort organises free training sessions in Davos on safe bike handling and riding techniques. Davos Bike Park also has a skills areas.
Trail & Tour Experience
Enduro & Park Experience
For Enduro and Park riders, Davos offers an impressive variety of riding options with arguably the highest concentration of managed singletrack in Switzerland. A dedicated trail crew have been working the trails for 20 years. The resort’s route map gives you an idea just how big a job that’s been. Out of 1300km of trails, there are 15 routes under 30km (4 of which are lift connected) with terrain to suit all levels of skill and technical ability. Down in the village of Klosters there’s a cable car up to the Gotschna Freeride Piste. Modelled after Whistler’s A-Line, Gotschna is 6km of non-stop features (200 in total) including North Shore, wall rides, drops, jumps and tables. Not to be missed. For dirt jump fans, head down to Bike Park Davos. If you’re looking for a real challenge, try the Cablecar tour (Bahnentour), a 90km route with 5 cable cars and 10’414m of descent – doable in a day for fit riders.
Beer from BierVision Monstein, the highest brewery in Switzerland!
Chalet Velo, Bike Park Davos
Coffee & cake
KaffeeKlatsch Lounge, Klosters
For climbing enthusiasts, the family Via Ferrata in Partnunblick in St Antonien, about an hour’s drive north is nothing short of spectacular.