Davos Klosters provides a very good and well structured website at http://bike-davos.ch. You will find all the information you need.
Since the 80s, bikers have been able to ride on all hiking trails. Nowadays, all mountain lifts transport bikes and the "Share the trails" code applies to over 1,500 km of trails. Easy bikers and families will find well-developed cycling trails alongside mountain streams and through rugged and romantic side valleys. And so that your electric bike never runs out of power, there is an extensive network of battery-charging points. The Gotschna freeride piste guarantees thrills galore. And those who master the 'Bahnentour' will experience the longest downhill run with over 10,000 metres of altitude difference. It’s with good reason that as early as 1933, the very first stage of the Tour the Suisse led from Zurich to Davos. Our mountains and valleys provide the perfect terrain for biking and Davos Klosters offers an urban quality after a long and enjoyable ride.
Davos is also claiming to offer a uniquie vertical day adventure with their Bahnentor. More at:
Bikewash available at the Davos Parsenn cablecar.
Graubuenden is very open to mountainbikers. They are providing offical videos for marketing their areas. See http://www.davos.ch/en/experience/summer/bike/mountain-bike.html
Very handy folders with good overview maps are provided at all the cable car stations, at the touristinfo and in Bikehotels.
Download of GPS/KML tracks for the official trails is available at http://www.bike-davos.ch
Swiss Singletrail Map Davos Klosters and Prättigau (1:50.000): http://www.singletrailmap.ch
You can find an overview of trails at http://www.davos.ch/fileadmin/user_upload/DavosKlosters/Dokumente/Erleben/Bikekarte_Uebersicht.pdf
The easiest way to go from Klosters to Davos is by using the train (Räthische Bahn). Just ask at the trainstation for ticket and schedule.
Postauto (Buses): Buses provide bike transport within the summer month in Graubünden. They use a special bike mount on the back of the bus. Based on space available there is no gurantee that your bike is transported. First come, first service.
Rail (Räthische Bahn): Railways transport your bike if there is enough space available. With the "Davos Klosters Inclusive" Card you only have to pay for your bike between Klosters, Davos and Filisur (about CHF 10, according year 2012).
Cablecars/Gondolas: The Gondolas in Davos Klosters are a fixed Mountainbike-Offer and transport riders and their bikes. The trails are used by Hikers and Bikers. Please be gentle when you approach hikers and respect them.
Gondolas providing bike transport are: Operating season of cable cars:
- Schatzalp, Davos Beginning May – End of October (maybe closed in 2013 because of construction work, check bike-davos.ch for latest info)
- Rinerhorn, Davos End May – End of October Madrisa Klosters Beginning June – Mid October
- Jakobshorn, Davos Mid Juni – Mid October Parsenn Davos (1./2. Sektion) End June – End October
- Parsenn Davos, July - October
- Parsenn Klosters Gotschna (1./2. Sektion) End June – Ende October
- Madrisa Klosters, May - October
You can find some current status information at http://www.davos.ch/en/cable-cars/summer/lift-cable-car-report.html
Detailed information for prices is available at http://www.davos.ch/bergbahnen/sommer/tarife-tickets/sommerpreise.html
Bike Help Line: call +41 81 328 18 29 for daily service for simple repairs, rider and bike transport, bike replacement.
International Emergency call: 112
Air Emergency (Rettungsflugwacht): 1414
The Grischa Trailride is the most well known MTB event.
- 24 bike Davos - http://www.sbm-events.ch
- Stevens Swiss-Bike-Masters
- BMC Racing Cup - http://www.bmc-racing-cup.ch
- Grischa Trail Ride - http://www.grischatrail.ch
- Ride the Night - On Snow - http://www.ridethenight.ch
- Lady Bike Days - http://www.sbm-events.ch
- Lady Bike Academy - http://www.tourkultur.ch
You can find a decent number of Restaurants in this area. However dining in Switzerland is not cheap - calculate at least 30 CHF. You can find well sorted supermarkets (Coop) in town. Only a few fast food, snack bars are around.