Three-day trail: Panorama Trailrun from Davos, Klosters to Praettigau (entire route)

69.2 km
15:15 h
3150 mhd
4850 mhd
Drei Tage Trail: Unterwegs im Rätikon zwischen Cavelljoch und Golrosa hoch über Schiers
Drei Tage Trail: 1. Etappe Davos-Klosters

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Trailrunning Saaser Calanda
Three days - Three regions - Three mountains

The "Drei Tage Trail" is a multi-day trailrunning tour in Grisons, leading from Davos to Klosters and into the Prättigau. The top trailrun destinations combine the exciting Parsenn/Gotschna, Madrisa and Rätikon mountains into a panoramic trailrun with three daily stages.

The 69 km long three-day trail offers a unique experience for all those who can't get enough of trailrunning. The route fits to all trail runners who already have some experience. The tour can also be booked as a package during the summer season and consists of three overnight stays incl. dinner, the cable care rides and optionally a luggage transport for the entire route. This allows guests to focus entirely on the trails without any weight on their backs.

Technique /6
Fitness 6/6
Highest Point  2703 m
Lowest Point  1118 m
Best Season
Davos Dorf
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A route with lots of panoramic views 

The multi-day tour starts with the first overnight stay in Davos. On the first day, the Parsennbahn (cable car) takes you up to the Weissfluhjoch (mountain peak).

From there the adventure starts on the Panorama Trail towards Gotschna and further to Klosters.

Length: 17.2 kilometres, duration: 3.5 hours

To the detailed route description of stage 1: Davos - Klosters

After an overnight stay in Klosters, the second day leads into the Rätikon. The Madrisabahn takes you up to the starting point. Right at the beginning, the trail promises excitement. After the ascent to the peak of this tour, the Rätschenhorn, the trail leads to the border with Austria. The ridge run along the border is certainly a highlight and offers the most beautiful views. A day full of variety awaits the trail runners and a relaxing overnight stay in the Walser village of St. Antönien.

Length: 20.4 kilometres, duration: 4.5 hours

To the detailed route description of stage 2: Klosters - St. Antönien

On the last day, the route leads over thrilling high-altitude trails along the impressive limestone walls of the Rätikon and a short detour to Austria to the mountain station of the Fanas cable car. After a cosy break on the terrace of the Berghaus Sassauna, the cable car brings guests back to the valley.

Length: 29.3 kilometres, duration: 6.5 hours

Detailed route description of stage 3: St. Antönien - Fanas


From St. Antönien, take the alpine bus (reservation required) to the «Bärgli» and save yourself 700 metres in altitude!


The route is suited for trail runners who already have experience. You get a multi-day experience with a lot of variety and combined with spectacular mountain scenery. Surefootedness and fitness are required.


Suitable trail running shoes, backpack with beverages  (water or energy drink), food (bars, gels or a sandwich with local mountain cheese and "Bündnerfleisch" a regional dried meat speciality?), windbreaker, mobile phone and emergency kit.


1. stage: Davos Dorf - Parsennbahn (cable car) - Weissfluhjoch - Parsennfurgga - Grüenhorn - Gotschnagrat - Schwendi - Klosters Platz

2. stage: Klosters Platz - Klosters Dorf - Madrisabahn (cable car) - mountain station Madrisa - Saaser Calanda - Rätschenhorn - Rätschenjoch - Gafier Joch - Gafiersee - St. Antönier Joch - St. Antönien

3. stage: St. Antönien - Carschinasee - Carschinahütte - Schweizer Tor - Verajoch - Cavelljoch - Golrosa - Vordersäss (Pt. 1699) - Luderer Egg (Pt. 2015) - Eggli - cable care Fanas - Fanas


Public Transport

To Landquart with the Swiss Federal Railways (SBB), then change to the Rhaetian Railway (RhB) in the direction of Davos.

Anreise Information

Coming from Zurich / St. Margrethen, leave the A13/E43 motorway in Landquart in the direction of Landquart, Davos, Vereina. Take the A28 national road to Davos.  


It is recommended to use the parking spaces at Landquart or Schiers station and then take the Rhaetian Railway to Davos-Dorf.

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