The beautiful mountains and natural landscape of Davos Klosters is an ideal starting point for short and longer hiking tours. Davos Klosters offers over 700 kilometers of well-maintained and marked hiking trails.
The ideal location of the hotel allows you to start your day’s walking right outside the hotel or take the free public transport (not side valley) to your preferred starting location.
Starting this summer, you can benefit from the attractive guest card ‘Premium Card Davos Klosters’.
This card is attractive for guests who want to use a mountain railway in the summer.
Starting on the first night of your stay, you benefit from reduced prices on all Davos Klosters mountain transport systems (Jakobshorn, Parsenn, Gotschna, Rinerhorn, Madrisa). An adult return ticket is CHF10.00, children from the age of 7-17 are half price and children under 7 are free. Should you want to travel on more than one mountain in one day, the ticket is CHF15.00. The day ticket for Schatzalp is CHF 6.00.
For stays of 2 nights or more, we offer you a day ticket to use on any mountain of your choice or a bus ride into the side valleys of Dischma or Sertig.
The Davos Klosters Premium Card allows you free travel on the Rhaetian railway between Klosters and Filisur and on the local bus network (except side valleys).
We are happy to prepare a packed lunch for you, if ordered in advance (at your expenses).
We have some hiking tips and also know when the mountain restaurants are open.
Guided hikes are on offer as part of the ‘Davos Klosters Active Programme’.
Some hiking tips:
- 9 Alps tour – the Parsenn train takes you to the Hőhenweg, the starting point of this tour. The hike takes from the Hőhenweg via Büschalp, Schatzalp, Podestenalp, Lochalp, Grüenalp, Erbalp, Stafelalp, Chummeralp and Bãrentaler Alp down to Glaris, a distance of 19 kilometres. There are trails down to the valley from any of the alps.
- Sertig valley - walk either from Jakobshorn or Rinerhorn into the valley
- Panorama trail - from Parsenn Hőhenweg to Gotschnagrat (Klosters) – an easy high-altitude hike without significant differences in altitude from Parsenn middle station (Hőhenweg), accessible by Parsenn train, via Parsenn hut to Gotschnagrat (cable car mountain station) above Klosters
- Botanical alpine garden on the Schatzalp – this colourful garden is maintained with great care and the variety of flowers is a surprise.
- Alp Novai (Klosters) – take the Rhaetian railway to Klosters and follow an easy hiking trail to Alp Garfiun, where a well-managed alpine hut awaits you.
- Wildly romantic Dischma valley – the bubbling Dischma river accompanies you all the way to Dürrboden, an approximate 31/2 hour hike. A bus can be taken back to Davos (not free).
- Gwunderwald (ideal for families) – this nature trail of 13 kilometres on the Heilboden has a lot of interesting information about the local nature.