ARTICLE - Davos Klosters - TT Top 3 - feature

Top 3: Davos, Switzerland

Top 3 mountain bike tours in singletrack paradise.
Davos Klosters bike resort is renowned as the home of singletrack with 700km of serene routes and a huge trail network. There’s plenty of backcountry riding here, including a section of the annual Alps Epic mountain bike challenge. The local trail team take great care to blend trail features into the natural environment, earning IMBA trail status. Trails stretch from the village of Filisur to the south up to Jenaz to the north. A well established destination, mountain bikers have been allowed on all hiking trails since the 1980’s. Unlike most resorts that use fire roads, climbs here are singletrack which also makes Davos Klosers a paradise for eBikers. The resort offers 15 routes under 30km and no end of possibilities above that. Here are your top 3.

646 Chörbschhorn

Difficulty: Intermediate
eBikeable: Yes
Summary The descent from the top of Choerbschhorn at 2651m is possibly one of the best continuous descents in the region. If you end up getting a late start one morning, there’s also the option to reduce the ascent to just under 400m by hitching a ride on the Parsenn Davos railway. This funicular climbs 1100m from Davos Dorf up to the awesome Weissfluhjoch. A well signposted route with two restaurants en route.
Other info: A section of this route is also part of the 100km Davos Klosters Bahnentour.

645 Pischa

Difficulty: Advanced
eBikeable: Yes
After a long section of climb, rewards on this route come in the form of incredible views, sculpted singletrack and an exhilarating final descent. The “645 Pischa Route” is a challenging singletrack tour leading high above the Flüelatal. Whilst under 30 kilometers, this route is a true test of skill and fitness.

Alps Epic Trail

Difficulty: Advanced
eBikeable: Yes
Only a handful of mountain bike trails in Europe have been awared IMBA ‘Epic’ status. This 40km trail is one of them and no, it doesn’t have anything to do with the restaurants en route. Alps Epic Davos challenges both fitness and technique. With panoramic views, singletrack past picturesque villages and along deep gorges – you will need a head for heights. The route finishes in the village of Filisur, not far from Bad Alvaneu thermal baths. Trains and buses run regularly back to Davos.
You may also like


Scroll to Top

Contact pure mtb

Please check these boxes to confirm that you: