E-bike culinary tour Klosters
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What could be better than exploring the wonderful landscape around Klosters on a modern e-bike and enjoying culinary delights in between? The e-bike culinary tour from Klosters to Fideris offers you exactly this experience on a technically easy route. Let's go!
The culinary adventure starts at the Gotschna valley station and leads us in the first section slightly downhill along the rushing Landquart and over the Boschga to the Madrisa valley station, where the first refreshment stop is already waiting for us in the Kanonenbar. The trail continues via Gulfia to the imposing 525-metre-long Sunniberg bridge. After another two kilometres, we reach Serneus, a picturesque Walser settlement with a stop at the beautiful Gotschna restaurant with its wonderful sun terrace and culinary delicacies from near and far. From Serneus, the route continues along the idyllic Prättigau route to Saas and on to Küblis (with refreshment stops at Restaurant Bahnhöfli, Saas and Hotel Restaurant Terminus, Küblis). From Küblis, the last section goes up via Strahlegg to Fideris, where the newly renovated, historic Restaurant Ritterhof awaits us at the end. The tour ends at Fideris Station after about 20 kilometres. The train takes you and your e-bike comfortably back to Klosters.
Those who still haven't had enough in Fideris can extend the tour along the Prättigau route either to Schiers or Grüsch.
In 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.
Klosters Platz - Boschga - Klosters Dorf - Gulfia - Serneus - Saas - Küblis - Strahlegg - Fideris
By train from Landquart to Klosters Platz and from there in a few minutes to the Gotschnabahn valley station.
By car on route 28 from Landquart to Klosters Platz.
Please use public parking in Klosters Platz.
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