Mountainbiking & hiking

The Grisons is a hotspot for mountain bikers and hikers. Frequently, they have to share the trails - fairness and mutual respect are obligatory. You will find many routes for mountain biking and hiking (plus cycling, inline skating, and canoeing) on the website Switzerland Mobility. In addition, you can download the free Switzerland Mobility app for iOS and Android.

Trail tolerance and trail rules: Read / Video.

Mountain access Davos Klosters

The five mountain resorts of Davos Klosters offer discounted season passes for residents of the following municipalities: Davos, Klosters-Serneus, Saas, Conters, Küblis, Luzein, St. Antönien-Ascharina, Fideris, Furna, Jenaz, Wiesen, Schmitten, Alvaneu Dorf, and Filisur.

The subscription is valid for Parsenn, Jakobshorn, Rinerhorn, Madrisa, and Pischa (Pischa only in winter). You will receive the subscription on presentation of your permit at the cash desks of the mountain railways. For the data carrier KeyCard, you pay 5 francs (non-refundable). If you buy the subscription in spring, then it is valid in the summer and the following winter. In the winter season, you also receive a fifty percent discount on night skiing and night sledging at Rinerhorn (Wednesday and Friday nights).

The mountain transport tickets are also valid on the VBD local network (except Postbus Wiesen - Davos Platz, Glaris - Monstein, Clavadel - Sertig and Abw. Büelen -

Teufi) from around mid-November to early April.

Further information:

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Mountainbiking & hiking