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Re: MTB in Davos Klosters - Tourist office promoting MTB this year

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yeah and they've got an awesome bergbahn ride advertised - 10,000m height difference - freeride downhill - but you have to be fit to make the different times to get the lifts/bahns etc. up so you can make it all in a day

85km long
I've done nearly all the trails in that 11,000m tour. Its certainly a big day but doable. Quite a lot of the trails can be ridden with a good bit of pace, but there are also some quite blocked up technical sections.

One of the great things about biking in Davos though is the ability to bike somewhere else at the end of the day and to be able to do it almost entirely on singletrail. One of my favourite days last year was spending a day trailriding in Davos, and then riding trail most of the way to get the train in Chur at the end of the day via Arosa and Tschiertschen.

BTW Harriet and Patrick, is the Parsenn Rapid seat lift definitely going to carry bikes this summer with the top of the Funicular closed?
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