Davos Klosters E-Bike mountain lodge tour (Day 3)
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The third and last stage of the challenging e-bike hut tour takes you from the mountain restaurant Dürrboden over the Scaletta Pass to the alp Funtauna and then along the Val Funtauna to the idyllic Ravais-ch lakes. From there the trail leads in seemingly untouched nature to Bergün and on to Filisur, where every day the exciting nostalgic train to Davos Platz awaits you and the e-bike hut tour comes to a relaxed end.
Train station Filisur / Train station Davos Platz
The tour starts in the mountain restaurant Dürrboden. Here begins the partly very steep ascent over the old mule track up to the Scaletta pass. The pass is 80-90% drivable for good bikers. The descent to the alp Funtauna is partly tricky and requires a lot of riding skills. Through the high Val Funtauna you ride on a beautiful single trail to the Ravais-ch lakes. There you have to take an extensive break with a view of the idyllic mountain lakes. The trail then leads to Bergün and on to Filisur. The historic train composition leaves Filisur daily at 5.06 p.m. for Davos Platz - and even free of charge with the Filisur guest card. The 3-day e-bike hut tour can thus be completed in a relaxed manner.
Note: Please bring a spare battery.
Take your meals with you and enjoy a picnic at the idyllic Ravais-ch lakes.
In the destination Davos Klosters there are many farmed Alps with livestock farming. You can therefore expect to encounter animals everywhere. We ask for consideration and also for driving the terrain at a suitable speed.
Please bring a spare battery.
Dürrboden - Scalettapass - Alp Funtauna - Val Funtauna - Ravais-ch-Seen - Bergün - Filisur - Davos Platz
Arrival via Landquart with the RhB to Davos Dorf station.
Coming from Zurich / St. Margrethen, leave the A13/E43 motorway in Landquart in the direction of Landquart, Davos, Vereina. Take the N28 to Davos Klosters.
Please use the public parking spaces in Davos.
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