A mountain to suit every biker!
Davos Klosters is one of the world’s most popular regions for mountain biking. Whether for traditional mountain bikers, downhillers or freeriders, the Davos Klosters biking area is unique, offering countless diverse single tracks and bike paths. There’s something for everyone in the Davos Klosters bike region.
For bike transport with the Davos Klosters Mountains cable cars, bikers can buy single tickets or day passes. Day passesfor biker and bike are included when you book one of our bike offers.
If you would like to experience the Davos Klosters bike region at breakneck speed, then the Gotschna freeride piste, the "Bündner A-Line", is just the thing for you. The spectacular downhill piste in Klosters flows endlessly over moderately steep terrain in the Davos Klosters mountains.
The BAHNENTOUR is particularly well known in the Davos Klosters bike region. The original, at 10,000 metres downhill, is the Enduro highlight of the Alps. The route includes only alpine single tracks and bikers ride EACH TRACK ONLY ONCE.
If you would like to experience the Davos Klosters bike region at breakneck speed, then the GOTSCHNA FREERIDE PISTE, the BÜNDNER A-LINE, is just the thing for you. The spectacular DOWNHILL PISTE in Klosters flows endlessly over moderately steep terrain in the Davos Klosters mountains. With more than 200 ELEMENTS, such as banked turns, tables, drops, wallrides and waves, it is the epitome of DOWNHILL FUN FOR EVERY BIKER.
A mountain bike route is classified as an IMBA Epic Trail if it offers BACK COUNTRY EXPERIENCES, is technically and physically demanding, constitutes more than 80 PERCENT SINGLE TRACKS and is at least 20 MILES long.All Epics offer outstanding opportunities to get to the heart of nature, and this is certainly true of the trail from Jakobshorn through Sertig Dörfli to Monstein and Filisur.
Countless mountain huts in the Davos Klosters mountains and down in the valley offer the chance to recharge your batteries. If the challenging single tracks and bike tracks have taken it out of you, you can always take the Rhaetian Railway back to Davos or Klosters.
If you would prefer to explore the Davos Klosters mountains with a professional guide, then you’re in safe hands at the Bike Academy. The experienced bike guides will be happy to take you to the most beautiful corners of the region, and give you tips and tricks on riding technique and bike handling skills.