704 Davosersee Rundweg
704 Davosersee Rundweg

Hiking

Davosersee Rundweg

Davosersee Rundweg

Davos Dorf–Davos Dorf

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Davosersee Rundweg

Davosersee Rundweg

This easy circular route leads around the superb Davosersee lake, always with wonderful views of the water, the valley and the magnificent Graubunden mountains. A worthwhile visit for every nature lover.
The route runs close to the lake shore, with it's variety of wild plants. The gravel path circles the lake, sometimes on the edge of shady woodland then again over open ground. The woodland is home to squirrels that have grown so used to tourists that they trustingly come within a half metre of them.

The view over the water to the valley from the north side of the lake is particularly imposing. The Graubunden mountain world in the background rounds off the picturesque scene to perfection. Colourful flowers and bushes line the bank, here and there a small wooden walkway juts out into the lake. In summer this is a wonderful spot to watch windsurfers gliding over the water. There are also plenty of secluded picnic spots along the route.

Thanks to the idyllic scenery, the Davosersee lake is an ideal spot to unwind and tank up on energy. To round off the day for example, it's worth stopping at the Seecafé of the Hotel Seebüel for refreshments and to once again enjoy the superb views before returning home full of happy memories.
This easy circular route leads around the superb Davosersee lake, always with wonderful views of the water, the valley and the magnificent Graubunden mountains. A worthwhile visit for every nature lover.
The route runs close to the lake shore, with it's variety of wild plants. The gravel path circles the lake, sometimes on the edge of shady woodland then again over open ground. The woodland is home to squirrels that have grown so used to tourists that they trustingly come within a half metre of them.

The view over the water to the valley from the north side of the lake is particularly imposing. The Graubunden mountain world in the background rounds off the picturesque scene to perfection. Colourful flowers and bushes line the bank, here and there a small wooden walkway juts out into the lake. In summer this is a wonderful spot to watch windsurfers gliding over the water. There are also plenty of secluded picnic spots along the route.

Thanks to the idyllic scenery, the Davosersee lake is an ideal spot to unwind and tank up on energy. To round off the day for example, it's worth stopping at the Seecafé of the Hotel Seebüel for refreshments and to once again enjoy the superb views before returning home full of happy memories.
5 km | 1 Stage
60 m | 60 m
1 h 15 min
medium (for wheelchair users) | medium (for wheelchair users)

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Information for the blind and visually impaired
Blind and visually impaired people can walk the obstacle-free routes thanks to voice guidance. Voice guidance is integrated in the MyWay Pro app. This offer is supported by Procap Switzerland, the Swiss Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired, and SwitzerlandMobility. Voice guidance is offered only in the MyWay Pro app for iOS.
Information for wheelchair users
The obstacle-free routes enable us to offer a leisure activity to people who depend on paths without substantial natural or physical obstacles. This offer is supported by Procap Switzerland, SwitzerlandMobility, the Swiss Hiking Federation, and the Swiss Cantons.

The sightseeing attractions and overnight accommodation suggested by Switzerland Mobility are not necessarily wheelchair accessible. More information on accessibility is found at www.procap-reisen.ch or www.rollihotel.ch.

Obstacle-free routes, grade of difficulty see PDF.
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Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel Davos Dorf
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Barrier-free travel / public transport
Davos Dorf railway station is reached from the support railway station at Landquart with the low-floor trains of the Rhaetian Railway. Independent boarding and alighting is possible at Davos Dorf.
Wheelchair-suitable parking spaces
There is a large car park directly on Bahnhofstrasse at the Davoser lake, however there are no marked parking spaces for wheelchair users.

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Wheelchair-accessible public WC at Davos Dorf railway station
Wheelchair-accessible public WC at Davos Dorf railway station
There is a wheelchair-accessible public toilet at Davos Dorf railway station. WC info: door width 85cm; movement area (DxB) 100x175cm; seat height 44cm; hand grips left fixed, right movable; access right; mirror height 100cm; washbasin underside clearance 70cm.
km0 - km3.0
km0 - km3.0
The first section (650m) from Davos Dorf railway station to the Davosersee lake is surfaced. Along the lakeside towards the Strandbad (lido), the route is on a mostly level gravel path. At km0.7 on the road down to the lake is a 20m section with a 14% gradient to master. At km1.6 is a 40m section with a 12% uphill gradient followed at km2.6 by a 40m section with an 11% downhill gradient. This section has some up to 8cm-wide drainage channels.
Bachi's Strandbad Davos
Bachi's Strandbad Davos
At km1.3 you pass directly by the Strandbad (lido). This has a restaurant with access and a wheelchair-accessible WC. The restaurant is only open during the summer season. The key for the wheelchair- accessible toilet must be requested at the cash desk. WC info: door width 90cm; movement area (DxB) 260x95cm; seat height 49cm; hand grips left fixed, right moveable; access right; mirror height 100cm; washbasin underside clearance 70cm.
Bachi's Strandbad Davos
Stillistrasse 7
7260 Davos Platz
Tel. +41 (0)81 420 71 78
http://www.bachis-strandbad.ch/
Wheelchair-accessible public WC on the east shore of Davosersee lake
Wheelchair-accessible public WC on the east shore of Davosersee lake
There is a wheelchair-accessible public toilet directly on the route at km2.4,however with a 5cm high threshold. WC info: door width 80cm; movement area 100x170cm; seat height 50cm; hand grips left fixed, right none; access right; mirror height 130cm; washbasin underside clearance 70cm.
Seecafé / Hotel Seebüel
Seecafé / Hotel Seebüel
At km3.0 is the Seecafé / Hotel Seebüel, it's entrance reached from the route by an approx. 30m path with an 12.5% uphill gradient. The hotel has wheelchair-accessible rooms and a Seecafé with a wheelchair-accessible toilet. WC-Info: door width 80cm; movement area (DxB)100x170cm; seat height 46cm; hand grips left fixed, right moveable; access right; mirror height 103cm; washbasin underside clearance 70cm.
Seecafé / Hotel Seebüel
Prättigauerstrasse 10
7265 Davos Wolfgang
Tel. +41 (0)81 410 10 20
www.seebuel.ch
km3.0 - km5.2
km3.0 - km5.2
From the Seecafé / Hotel Seebüel, the route continues on an easy negotiable gravel path beside the lake back to Davos Dorf railway station. At km3.1 is a 30m downhill section with a 8% gradient followed at km4.3 by a 15m uphill section with a 11% gradient.
Wheelchair-accessible public WC on the west shore of Davosersee lake
Wheelchair-accessible public WC on the west shore of Davosersee lake
At km4.2 the route leads directly past a wheelchair-accessible public toilet. WC info: door width 80cm; movement area (DxB) 178x100cm; seat height 50cm; hand grips left fixed, right none; access right; mirror height 130cm; washbasin underside clearance 70cm.

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel Davos Dorf
SBB Timetable Show stop and route on map
Barrier-free return journey / public transport
The low-floor trains of the Rhaetian Railway run from Davos Dorf railway station to the support station at Landquart.

Contact

Procap Reisen & Sport
Frohburgstrasse 4
4600 Olten
Tel. +41 (0)62 206 88 30
tourismus@procap.ch
www.procap.ch/tourismus-inklusiv

Services

Accommodation

Precise Tale Seehof Davos
Precise Tale Seehof Davos
Davos Dorf
Jugendherberge Davos
Jugendherberge Davos
Davos Dorf
Hotel Dischma
Hotel Dischma
Davos Dorf
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Places of interest

Kirchner Museum
Kirchner Museum
Davos Adventure Park
Davos Adventure Park
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Swimming

«eau-là-là - Wellness and Pleasure Pool Davos
«eau-là-là - Wellness and Pleasure Pool Davos
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Signalization

Signalization
In general the «Barrier-free Paths» lead along the hiking routes marked yellow. Additional white signs with green route fields for «Barrier-free Paths» indicate the route at key points. The white signs should be followed where «Barrier-free Paths» differ from the hiking route network. To be certain, please take a print-out of our web map with you.
Signalization