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Walserweg
Walserweg
Stage 18, Klosters–St. Antönien
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Walserweg
Walserweg
Stage 17, Langwies–Klosters
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Prättigauer Höhenweg
Prättigauer Höhenweg
Stage 4, St. Antönien–Klosters
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ViaValtellina
ViaValtellina
Stage 3, Klosters (Schlappin)–Davos
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Prättigauer Route
Prättigauer Route
Route 21, Klosters–Sargans
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Swiss Bike Masters
Swiss Bike Masters
Panorama Ride
Panorama Ride
Durannapass–Strelapass
Alp Casanna
Parsenn
Alp Garfiun
Klosters-Serneus
691 Gotschna Freeride

691 Gotschna Freeride

Almost 6km long with an elevation drop of 590m. The Gotschna freeride trail takes you to Klosters via 200 steep turns, jumps and waves.
The first Grisons A-line starts at the intermediate station at Gotschnaboden in Klosters. Riders can warm up and try a few tricks at the skill centre there. The trail offers pure fun. It includes a lot of steep turns, jumps and an 800m-long of north shore section. It's suitable for beginners and pros alike! There are challenging lines (marked black or red) for skilled riders while beginners should remain on the easier main trail (marked blue). This means that riders of varying ability can use the trail without getting in each other's way.

50 banked turns, which technically skilled riders can ride without breaking, beckon. And there are over 30 tables. The trail offers experienced freeriders combinations with high jumps, hard waves, even vertical turns. The Gotschna freeride trail's key appeal is fun and the moderately steep terrain (10% gradient) from Gotschnaboden down to the base station of the Gotschna cableway. Having arrived at the finish, the Gotschna cableway takes you back up to the start in no time.

Length: 5,800m / difference in altitude: 590m / 800m north shore / 50 banked turns / 30 tables / blue, red and black lines.
Almost 6km long with an elevation drop of 590m. The Gotschna freeride trail takes you to Klosters via 200 steep turns, jumps and waves.
The first Grisons A-line starts at the intermediate station at Gotschnaboden in Klosters. Riders can warm up and try a few tricks at the skill centre there. The trail offers pure fun. It includes a lot of steep turns, jumps and an 800m-long of north shore section. It's suitable for beginners and pros alike! There are challenging lines (marked black or red) for skilled riders while beginners should remain on the easier main trail (marked blue). This means that riders of varying ability can use the trail without getting in each other's way.

50 banked turns, which technically skilled riders can ride without breaking, beckon. And there are over 30 tables. The trail offers experienced freeriders combinations with high jumps, hard waves, even vertical turns. The Gotschna freeride trail's key appeal is fun and the moderately steep terrain (10% gradient) from Gotschnaboden down to the base station of the Gotschna cableway. Having arrived at the finish, the Gotschna cableway takes you back up to the start in no time.

Length: 5,800m / difference in altitude: 590m / 800m north shore / 50 banked turns / 30 tables / blue, red and black lines.

691 Gotschna Freeride

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Destination Davos Klosters
Talstrasse 41
7270 Davos Platz
Tel. +41 (0)81 415 21 21
info@davos.ch
www.davos-klosters.ch

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Hiking in the surroundings

Walserweg
Walserweg
Stage 18, Klosters–St. Antönien
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Walserweg
Walserweg
Stage 17, Langwies–Klosters
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Prättigauer Höhenweg
Prättigauer Höhenweg
Stage 4, St. Antönien–Klosters
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ViaValtellina
ViaValtellina
Stage 3, Klosters (Schlappin)–Davos
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Cycling in the surroundings

Prättigauer Route
Prättigauer Route
Route 21, Klosters–Sargans
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Biking in the surroundings

Swiss Bike Masters
Swiss Bike Masters
Panorama Ride
Panorama Ride
Durannapass–Strelapass
Alp Casanna
Parsenn
Alp Garfiun