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In autumn a biker rides the Signal Trail towards Klosters. | © Davos Klosters Mountains

Bike holidays in Davos Klosters

Mountain bikers, cyclists and e-bikers are in good hands at the single-track paradise of Davos Klosters. Why is that? Because of infinite single tracks, a variety of landscapes and thrilling experiences on two wheels. Among the diverse trails and routes, every biker finds a suitable one for their next tour. On Switzerland’s longest single track, on challenging trails from the summit down into the valley, or on leisurely routes for bikers of all ages: Biking in Davos Klosters is fun!

Davos Klosters is perfect for

Mountain bikers if...

  • ... you are looking for a destination that boasts beautiful tours for every type of biker.

  • ... you would like to experience biking pleasure in high-alpine terrain.

  • ... you want to enjoy the beautiful nature of the Grison Alps on two wheels while on summer holiday.

  • ... you like to have a choice when it comes to routes, bike transport or accommodation.

  • ... you want to be pleasantly surprised again and again on every bike route.

Top bike adventures

Our highlights

A biker enjoys the trail in the Flüela valley in the evening sun.  | © Davos Klosters Mountains

Duranna- Run

In the mood for an epic single track full of variety? The Duranna Run – with its almost 15 kilometres in length and around 1,900 metres of downhill fun – really offers everything that bikers and downhillers could wish for. From the Weissfluhjoch, the single track leads you all the way to Küblis. The high-alpine terrain, idyllic alpine meadows and challenging forest descents are a perfect blend of everything that makes a single-track adventure worthwhile.  

  • Level: challenging
  • Elevation gain – ascent: 79 m

  • Elevation loss – descent: 1,937 m

  • Length: 15.8 km

A biker jumpes on the signal trail on Gotschna, the Tinzenhorn in the background.  | © Davos Klosters Mountians

Alps-Epic- Trail

May we introduce to you: The Alps Epic Trail – one of the best mountain bike trails in the world. From the summit of Jakobshorn, the route continues for about 40 kilometres in the direction of Filisur. A magnificent backcountry terrain and a single-track ratio of more than 80 percent: That's what makes the IMBA Epic Trails so extraordinary. Enjoy this one-of-a-kind bike experience – and tackle Switzerland’s longest single track!

  • Level: challenging

  • from Jakobshorn: 38 km, 615 m elevation gain, 2,070 m elevation loss

  • from Rinerhorn: 27 km, 340 m elevation gain, 1,315 m elevation loss

Jump of a mountain biker on the Gotschna Freeride Line on Parsenn.  | © Davos Klosters Mountains

Gotschna Freeride

With a length of more than six kilometres, the freeride route from the Gotschna intermediate station to Klosters boasts 200 corners, jumps and waves – and it lets you experience one endorphin rush after another. The Gotschna freeride route is perfect for downhillers and bikers who want to improve their technique. You’ll have to experience its extremely good flow for yourself – and dash down the flowy descents on two wheels!

  • Level: challenging; single-track and off-road experience required
  • Length: 5.78 km
  • Downhill: 590 m of elevation loss


A biker enters the bend of the technical trail on the Jakobshorn.  | © Davos Klosters Mountains

Technique Trail

A new challenging technical trail awaits bikers and freeriders on Jakobshorn. The Technique Trail from the intermediate station down to the valley boasts banked turns, obstacles, and technical sections: a biking adventure that is particularly suitable for youths and adults who want to finetune their technique in the open terrain.

  • Level: medium difficulty; suitable for beginners with basic experience

Drone shot of the winding section of the bike trail from Rinerhorn to Sertig.  | © Davos Klosters Mountains
A biker enjoys the trail in the Flüela valley in the evening sun.  | © Davos Klosters Mountains
Gotschna Freeride Strecke North Shore | © Davos Klosters Mountains
A biker jumpes on the signal trail on Gotschna, the Tinzenhorn in the background.  | © Davos Klosters Mountians

Transport for your biking pleasure

Fast, easy, effortless: The cable cars and lifts comfortably take you up the mountains in Davos Klosters – and afterwards, you can dash down various trails. From downhill action to easier routes boasting beautiful scenic views, or enduro tours: There are many reasons for transporting your bike by cable car or lift. Bikes can also be transported by train in Davos Klosters. We kindly ask you: When choosing the route, please keep in mind the operating hours of the cable cars and lifts, and show consideration for other guests.

Hotels  for bikers

Your next holiday on two wheels is right around the corner? You'll be amazed how diverse the accommodation options in Davos Klosters are – especially the bike hotels, which specialise in the needs and wishes of two-wheeler fans. Convenient bike storage rooms including wash station, information on trails, and the free Trail Days tours are all available to guests. Book your desired accommodation right away – and you’ll soon discover the bike world of Davos Klosters Mountains!

View into a bike workshop with workbench and the necessary tools on the wall. | © Davos Klosters Mountains

Good to know

Trail tolerance, bike community and specialists

Trail tolerance

In Davos Klosters, we practice trail tolerance. This means that pedestrians and bikers are allowed to use the same trails and must therefore watch out for each other!

Bike community

Where does the bike community like to meet up? At the Bolgen Plaza at the foot of the Jakobshorn or at Färich Bike Park with its Châlet Velo restaurant – the hotspot for bikers after a long day on the bike. Become part of the local bike community!

Bike specialists

You would like to rent a bike or need new tools for your own bike? Maybe you’re looking for a guide? No problem! Our professional partner businesses on site will be happy to help you.
The Bike-Academy regularly holds courses for locals and holiday guests. The lessons are designed to improve biking technique, everyone goes on day tours together, and repair workshops are offered.

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