An exciting tour from Rinerhorn into the Sertigtal valley.
The route leads along the cycle path from Davos towards Davos Frauenkirch. At Islen, it turns off to the right and leads via Wildboden to Heidboden and Junkerboden.
You then reach Spina along a track, partly single track. From there the route climbs until you reach Jatzmeder, the top station of the Rinerhorn aerial cableway.
The route then climbs gently to Aebirügg, where you’ll find a barbecue spot and magnificent views of Davos.
An exciting and easy downhill run on a single track now takes you to the rear of the well-known Sertigtal valley, where a visit to the waterfall is an absolute must.
On the way back, another trail branches off to the right and leads along the opposite side of the valley back to Clavadel and Davos.
Variante A: The long climb from Davos to Jatzmeder can be covered with the Rinerhorn aerial cableway from Glaris.
Arrival/departure by public transport:
By train (Rhaetian Railway) to Davos Platz, short bike ride to the Tourism and Sport Centre in Davos (departure point)
Continuously signposted as Route 647, departure point Tourism and Sport Centre Davos.
The single track into the Sertigtal valley is also very popular with hikers so please plan your tour for early morning or evening!
Time of year: June - October
Bike help points:
Bikeshop Corona, +41 81 413 44 12
Ivan’s Velo Sport Davos, +41 81 413 39 09
Metz – 2Radfachgeschäft, +41 81 413 51 32
Spina, Jatzmeder, Sertig, Clavadel
Sertig waterfall, Sertig village
Information for bikers:
All six Davos Klosters mountain rail & cableways and the Rhaetian Railway transport mountain bikers. Mountain ascents, as well as the train trip between Filisur and Klosters Dorf are free for bikers holding a Davos Klosters Inclusive Card.
Davos Klosters mountain rail & cableways charge CHF 10.00 / day or CHF 5.00 / trip to transport bikes. The Schatzalp funicular charges CHF 4.00 / trip for bike transport. Rhaetian Railway bike transport costs CHF 18.00 (without half-fare card) / CHF 12.00 (with half-fare card) per day or the price of a passenger ticket on short sections.
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Tour history (B02799)
First published: Montag, 12. Juli 2010
Last updated: Freitag, 7. August 2015
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