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The descent from the Weissfluhjoch in Davos to Küblis is one of the most legendary and longest ski runs in Switzerland - but in summer, with an adapted route, it is also a first-class and exceptional single trail descent for mountain bikers. It is one of the longest mountain bike runs in Graubünden.
Coordinates 46.83266, 9.805553
We start at the top station of the Parsenn cable car on the Weissfluhjoch. The first section is characterised by a hostile gravel landscape at the foot of the rocky Weissfluh peak. At the Kreuzweg, the scenery becomes somewhat gentler, but the trail is crisper. This leads over the Casannapass down to the Grüensee. The lovely lake lies in a gentle high moor landscape and forms the best contrast to the section a little further up. You cross the plateau of the Durannapass on an easily rideable path to Obersäss, where the old path begins just behind the alp - a tricky but fun trail. This leads down to the Fideriser Duranna and then to Birchenbüelen. Here is the next trail. The trail leads through the dense forest down to Plandagorz. The finish in Küblis lies undiminished 600 metres in altitude further down. One trail now follows the next, hikers are rare in this region, and the trail winds seemingly endlessly through the forest to the banks of the Landquart River on the outskirts of Küblis. 15 kilometres have accumulated - undisputedly one of the longest single-trail descents in Graubünden. The return journey to Davos is by Rhaetian Railway.
If you haven't had enough yet, you can change to the Gotschnabahn in Klosters on the way back and reach Davos via the Panorama Trail and the Meierhof Trail.
In the Davos Klosters destination there are many farmed alps with livestock. It is therefore to be expected that animals will be encountered everywhere. We ask you to be considerate and to drive at an appropriate speed.
Weissfluhjoch – Casannapass – Durannapass (Grüensee) – Fideriser Duranna – Plandagorz – Küblis
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