Date(s) - 02 Oct
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Jacobshorn Valley Station
We (Anna & Peter) would love to share a couple of our favourite local trails in a one-day Mountainbike adventure.
We start in Davos Platz at 11 am and we plan to ride in the Jakobshorn + Rinerhorn area. It depends a bit on weather & conditions and your preference, but we’re looking into doing parts of the Alp Epics & one or two other awesome trails. We’re generally looking to use the gondola (so you’ll need a ticket for that), but there will still be some uphill involved, probably a few 100m overall.
Important to know: To join us, you need to be comfortable biking on S2 trails with an occasional S3 passage. We are not official MTB guides, so please be aware you need to be able to look after yourselves and your safety. AND we’re happy to help and tell you all we know about mountain biking our home trails, of course.
Who is this for? Intermediate-level mountain bikers who prefer downhill over uphill and are looking for some flowy alpine trail fun along with nice convos & connection.
Meeting Point: Davos Platz in front of the Jakobshorn Gondola station right next to the railway station.
Getting there: From Zurich HB, take the IC3 at 08:38 from platform 8 (please check the platform in advance). You will arrive in Davos Platz at 10:57. Don’t forget to make a bike reservation in advance! Cost: You will need a day ticket for the gondola rides. We can help you to get a ticket once you arrive, or you can book in advance on www.davosklostersmountains.ch for 55.- total.Insurance is the responsibility of the participant, by RSVPing “yes” you agree to act responsibly at all times on this event and to not hold Swiss Alpine Adventure or any person involved responsible for any injury or loss which may occur in relation to the event.
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