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    Pischa

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    Pischa Davos
    Description

    The Pischa tour is a little-known highlight in the Davos Klosters area – the singletrail descent to Drusatscha is unparalleled. The tour gets even better by taking a return trip via Klosters via Gotschna ridge and the ridgeway to Davos.

    From Davos, ride to the hamlet of Büelen at the mouth of the Dischma valley and over a forest road that leads to the first singletrail. This track leads past the Bünda ski lift, then onto a forest road into the Flüela valley. Follow the Flüela river to a singletrail that leads uphill to Tschuggen. In Tschuggen, take a singletrail uphill to the Tschuggenberg. Skilled mountain bikers can ride the entire ascent; others push their bikes for a few stretches. You will eventually reach the mountain station, where an exciting trail leads along the ridge. At the pass a bit below the Hüreli, turn off to the right onto a great trail that leads to Drusatscha. This is the starting point of the alternative route that leads along marked paths back to Davos. However, it is much more appealing to extend the descent onward to Klosters. For this alternative, follow the trail to the Grüenbödeli, where a ravine path leads to the town of Klosters. You can then take the Gotscha cableway back to Davos. A ridgeway leads from the Gotschna ridge to the Parsenn mountain lodge and onward in the direction of the Parsenn train’s mid-mountain station. The mountain bike descent then begins at the Meierhofer Tälli and leads down to lake Davos.

    Tipps:

    • On the descent through the ravine there is a sign saying "no bike path". The trail is not forbidden to ride on the bike, but requires a particularly considerate driving style. The official route on the right side of the ravine is a good but much less attractive alternative.
    • Those who have power do not ride on the Meierhof Trail to Davos but continue on the mountain trail to the Strela Pass and steer from there to Davos. Here is a bike prohibition sign attached, but there is no officially registered bike ban on the way. If you come in the evening and stay on the trail (do not drive shortcuts), you can take the exit over the super trail.
    Route: 
    Davos – Büelen – Tschuggen – Pischa – Übergang unterhalb Hüreli – Arbeliboden – Drusatscha – Grüenbödeli – Klosters – Gotschnagrat – Parsennhütte – Meierhofer Tälli – Davos
    Route details
    Distance: 
    43 km
    difference in altitude uphill: 
    1140 m
    difference in altitude downhill: 
    2220 m
    Highest point: 
    1187 M.ü.M.
    Lowest point: 
    2482 M.ü.M.
    Days: 
    1 Tag
    Point of departure: 
    Davos
    Point of arrival: 
    Davos
    Webcode: 
    1352
    E-MTB: 
    gut tauglich für E-Mountainbikes
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    Shuttles: 
    Klosters-Gotschnaboden
    Küblis–Klosters–Davos