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Hiking in the surroundings

Walserweg
Walserweg
Stage 17, Langwies–Klosters
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Alpenweg Davos
Alpenweg Davos
Route 791, Davos (Stn Höhenweg)–Glaris (Station)
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Biking in the surroundings

Graubünden Bike
Graubünden Bike
Chörbschhorn
Durannapass–Strelapass
Parsenn
Landschaft Davos
Klosters
Weissfluhjoch Davos

Weissfluhjoch Davos

Two cable cars take visitors up to the Weissfluhjoch. From here there are numerous hikes leading towards Arosa, Lenzerheide and other places.
The new Parsenn train has been transporting visitors to this classic hiking region since December 2002. Since the very beginning of tourism in this high mountain valley, hikers and holiday-makers have been attracted to the area to see the «Zauberberg» – the «Magic Mountain», made world famous by Thomas Mann – and the Weissfluhjoch, at 2'663 m above sea level.

From the Weissfluhjoch a slightly sloping crossroad runs to Casanna Alp. On this stretch of the route one can spot ibex and marmots. The trail continues through alpine meadows with their wealth of flora to Serneuser Schwendi, where you can enjoy refreshments in a lovely mountain restaurant. From there it is downhill via Cavadürli to Klosters. This trail has a stunning view of the Prättigau valley at all times (Routes number: 66/73. Duration: 4 hours).
Two cable cars take visitors up to the Weissfluhjoch. From here there are numerous hikes leading towards Arosa, Lenzerheide and other places.
The new Parsenn train has been transporting visitors to this classic hiking region since December 2002. Since the very beginning of tourism in this high mountain valley, hikers and holiday-makers have been attracted to the area to see the «Zauberberg» – the «Magic Mountain», made world famous by Thomas Mann – and the Weissfluhjoch, at 2'663 m above sea level.

From the Weissfluhjoch a slightly sloping crossroad runs to Casanna Alp. On this stretch of the route one can spot ibex and marmots. The trail continues through alpine meadows with their wealth of flora to Serneuser Schwendi, where you can enjoy refreshments in a lovely mountain restaurant. From there it is downhill via Cavadürli to Klosters. This trail has a stunning view of the Prättigau valley at all times (Routes number: 66/73. Duration: 4 hours).

Weissfluhjoch Davos

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

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Klosters
Klosters
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Adventure Hostel Klosters
Adventure Hostel Klosters
Klosters
Berghaus Erika
Berghaus Erika
Klosters Dorf
Fergenhütte SAC (unbewartet)
Fergenhütte SAC (unbewartet)
Klosters
Seetalhütte SAC
Seetalhütte SAC
Klosters
Silvrettahütte SAC
Silvrettahütte SAC
Klosters
Sport-Lodge Klosters
Sport-Lodge Klosters
Klosters
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Hiking in the surroundings

Walserweg
Walserweg
Stage 17, Langwies–Klosters
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Alpenweg Davos
Alpenweg Davos
Route 791, Davos (Stn Höhenweg)–Glaris (Station)
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Biking in the surroundings

Graubünden Bike
Graubünden Bike
Chörbschhorn
Durannapass–Strelapass
Parsenn
Landschaft Davos