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Hiking in the Davos Klosters Mountains

In winter

You’re wondering what hikers can look forward to in the mountains of the Davos Klosters region? Unforgettable adventures in fresh mountain air – that’s for sure. Five mountains in winter and four mountains in summer – each with their own particular charm – all connected by a beautiful hiking trail network: The region is an Alpine paradise of routes and tours that holiday guests of Davos Klosters can explore.

Whether you’re here for a day or for a holiday: A hike in the Grison Alps requires some preparation. That’s why you should find out about the prevailing weather conditions ahead of every tour. A look at the webcams and on the hiking map gets you one step closer to enjoying your time in the mountains.

In winter, the interactive map or the live status shows you which trails are currently open.

Davos Klosters is perfect for

Hikers because of …

  • … a multitude of options for hiking adventures.
  • … numerous routes in all levels of difficulty – stunning scenic views included.

  • … plenty of opportunities to combine your hike with unique experiences – for instance, an adventure on the sledge run or a cosy fondue in the mountain restaurant.

  • … the cable cars and lifts that quickly and comfortably take you up to the mountain station and one step closer to summit joy.

  • … the attractive hiking deals and offers of the Mountain Hotels and Resorts including lift pass and hiking map.

The most beautiful hiking routes

High alpine winter paradise

Man and woman enjoy winter hike and blue sky. | © Davos Klosters Mountains

Hiking route Pischa–Hüreli

Pischa is the mountain that’s considered the local recreational area, and it’s known for the alternative winter sports you can do there. Soaking up the sun, snowshoeing, or winter hiking: Nature lovers really get their money’s worth on Pischa. The wintry high route from the mountain station to Hüreli – a popular scenic-view point – gives you the opportunity to enjoy winter away from all the hustle and bustle of busy slopes.

The Pischa cable car takes you to the mountain station where you can start your winter hike to Hüreli. Surrounded by breathtaking scenic views of the Grison mountains and Davos, this route leads you all the way up to Hüreli. From there, you’ll be heading back down the trail for a bit before you have the option of either hiking all the way down into the valley or back to the mountain station.

Tip: The photo point on Hüreli is perfect for holiday snapshots in front of an impressive mountain backdrop.

Winter hiking trail towards stadler lake at the Jakobshorn. | © Davos Klosters Mountains

Winter hiking on Jakobshorn

A winter hike on Jakobshorn – the event mountain of Davos Klosters Mountains – is an absolute must-do. There are two routes in high-alpine terrain that boast guaranteed snow: the tour from the summit towards Lake Stadlersee and the hike from the intermediate station to Clavadel through the snowy spruce forest.

Spectacular views of the Grison mountains and an awe-inspiring landscape will be your constant companions on these routes. To round off your hiking experience, you should take a break at one of the many popular mountain restaurants, where you can savour a cool beverage and a tasty lunch.

First section of the Jakobshorn gondola which transports our guest to the ski area Jakobshorn. | © Davos Klosters Mountains

Cable cars up to hiking adventures

The mountains of Davos Klosters are unique and diverse – and equally as diverse are the options to get to the starting point of your high-alpine hiking adventures. Several cable cars and lifts take sports enthusiasts up to the intermediate station or the summit.

Ticket prices differ from facility to facility, so we recommend taking a look at the overview of all ticket types and rates!

Magnificent view to the winter hiking trail at Pischa. | © Davos Klosters Mountains
View to the Jakobshorn mountain station by night. | © Davos Klosters Mountains

Accommodations for winter hikers

Are you looking for the perfect accommodation for your hiking holidays in Davos Klosters? From camping grounds to group accommodation at RinerLodge, a mountain hostel or the modern apartments of Parsenn Resort: The various options leave nothing to be desired.

Top tip: Package deals for hikers are the icing on the cake of every hiking holiday. At the Mountain Hotels and Resorts, guests benefit from attractive hiking offers including lift ticket and a ten percent discount on their accommodation expenses. What’s more, hikers who visit Davos in winter can get their pedestrian tickets right on site or book them online ahead of their stay.

Two hikers enjoy the ridge walk from Jakobshorn to Jatzhorn looking towards the Stadlersee. | © Davos Klosters Mountains

Hiking in summer

Are you looking for an easy, family friendly hike? Maybe a challenging, high-alpine tour is more up your alley? Active holiday guests can choose from a multitude of options in the summery mountain world of Davos Klosters. To find a suitable route, you might want to have a look at the hiking map or browse our recommended routes. You can filter the comprehensive list of hiking and climbing routes based on your individual needs and wishes.

Davos Klosters is perfect for

Hikers in summer because of...

  • … a multitude of options for hiking adventures.
  • … numerous routes in all levels of difficulty – stunning scenic views included.

  • … plenty of opportunities to combine your hike with unique experiences – for instance, a visit to the Show Dairy, a dip in a mountain lake or a cosy picnic in a scenic location.

  • … the cable cars and lifts that quickly and comfortably take you up to the mountain station and one step closer to summit joy.

  • … the attractive hiking deals and offers of the Mountain Hotels and Resorts including lift pass and hiking map.

The most beautiful hiking routes

Hiking in summer

Panoramic trail beween Klosters and Davos with great views. | © Davps Klosters Mountains

Scenic route Parsenn

Der Weg startet entweder von der Bergstation der Parsennbahn oder von der Bergstation Gotschnagrat und ist von Davos sowie von Klosters aus erreichbar. Dabei besticht der Panoramaweg mit einer atemberaubenden Aussicht: einmal auf den Davosersee, aufs Landwassertal und Davos oder sogar aufs ewige Eis des Silvretta Gletschers. Nicht nur die Aussicht ist spektakulär, sondern auch das Gelände abwechslungsreich, indem der Weg durch raue Steinfelder aber auch über üppige Alpenwiesen führt. Der Panoramaweg macht seinen Namen alle Ehre.

In der Ferne wandert ein Paar auf dem Grat des Jakobshorns in Richtung des Jatzhorns und geniesst den wolkenlosen Himmel.  | © Davos Klosters Mountains

On the ridge to the Jatzhorn

Hikers who aren’t afraid of heights should tackle the beautiful route along the mountain ridge to Jatzhorn. The starting point of this hike can be reached by taking the Jakobshorn cable car – because it’s located right at the mountain station. You’ll follow the trail all the way along the ridge to Jatzhorn where you’ll be greeted by marvellous 360-degree views of the surrounding mountains. From there, the loop takes you down to the turquoise-blue Lake Stadlersee – a great location for a picnic – and afterwards back to the mountain station.

Photo of three different keycard designs from the Davos Klosters Mountains. | © Davos Klosters Mountains

Attractive prices and offers

Hikers who are planning to spend more time in the summery mountains of Davos Klosters might want to get a summer season ticket or the TopCard. Bringing baby buggies, prams or your four-legged friend is included in these offers! Go to rates

Single trips and day tickets are available per mountain. The Multiple day tickets can be used on four freely selectable days during the summer season.

As a snack on the hike there are prepared sliced sausage, cheese and fruits on a wooden board. | © Davos Klosters Mountains
The path leads through red bushes, past yellow larks and green firs, a impressive color spectacle in the mountains in autumn.  | © Davos Klosters Mountains
A family walks along a wide gravel path that leads past yellow meadows and green larks to the Jatzmeder at the Rinerhorn mountain station.  | © Davos Klosters Mountains
View from Hubel on the Rinerhorn to the village of Davos with autumn landscape.  | © Davos Klosters Mountains
A couple sits on a stone on the summit, during the rest the man studies the hiking map and the woman enjoys the sun.  | © Davos Klosters Mountains
The hiking trail winds down the green slope, meets a fork at the yellow sign and finally leads into the Sertig valley. | © Davos Klosters Mountains

Good to know

Things to know about hiking

Beautiful barbecue locations

There are several beautiful barbecue locations in the mountains of Davos Klosters – for instance, at Lake Stadlersee on Jakobshorn. It can be reached on foot in about 20 minutes coming from the mountain station, and it offers plenty of room for families and small groups. The Äbirügg barbecue location on Rinerhorn is also only a short walk away from the mountain station. That’s where you’ll find cosy seating options where you can kick back and relax.

The right preparation

Whether you’re here for a day or for a holiday: A hike in the Grison Alps requires some preparation. That’s why you should find out about the prevailing weather conditions ahead of every tour. A look at the webcams and on the hiking map gets you one step closer to enjoying your time in the mountains.  

Accommodations for hikers

Are you looking for the perfect accommodation for your hiking holidays in Davos Klosters? From camping grounds to group accommodation at RinerLodge, a mountain hostel or the modern apartments of Parsenn Resort: The various options leave nothing to be desired.

What makes summer in Davos Klosters Mountains even better? If you spend at least one night at a Mountain Hotel or Resort, you’ll receive the Davos Klosters Premium Card. This means: discounted cable car and lift tickets for adults and children.

Top tip: Package deals for hikers are the icing on the cake of every hiking holiday. At the Mountain Hotels and Resorts, guests benefit from attractive hiking offers including lift ticket and a ten percent discount on their accommodation expenses.

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