This spectacular roller-coaster for mountain bikers is 6 km long. Over 200 steep corners, jumps and waves punctuate the slope down to Klosters. 50 steep face curves await riders, which a rider with good technique can master without braking. Over 30 tables - flattened dirt mounds with steep approaches - rise up. The combinations of high jumps, hard waves and even vertical curves are only suitable for experienced riders. The Gotschna Freeride Trail is sure to captivate riders with its pure riding pleasure, thanks to the moderately steep terrain from Gotschnaboden right down to the valley station of the Gotschna cable car. The standard for the new trail in Klosters was the legendary Whistler A-Line on Whistler Mountain in Canada. The overwhelmingly positive reactions from the first season show that Davos Klosters has succeeded in creating a trail with a good flow for all riding levels.
Note(s) Opening times: From 29 June; 1st and 2nd section open every day Riding ability: Single trail and off-track riding The entire trail is signposted with special freeriding signs. Freeride bikes and equipment are available from bike shops.
See also Destination Davos Klosters Davos Destinations-Organisation (Cooperative) Tourism and Sports Centre Talstrasse 41 CH-7270 Davos Tel: +41 (0)81 415 21 74 Fax: +41 (0)81 415 21 77 E-Mail: email@example.com Internet: www.davos.ch
Klosters - Gotschnaboden cable car (1,779 m)
Geogr. 46.861873 N 9.857620 E
UTM 32T 565368 5190171
Wildlife refuge Innerzugwald: Do not enter the nature reserve from 20.12 until 15.04.
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