Forests swathed in snow on the Ischalp

Davos Wiesen

Davos Wiesen

Bergrestaurant JSCHALP Jakobshorn Davos

Bergrestaurant JSCHALP Jakobshorn Davos

Davos - Jakobshorn 2

Davos - Jakobshorn 2

Davos Platz - Jakobshorn

Davos Platz - Jakobshorn

Davos - Jakobshorn

Davos - Jakobshorn

Davos - Parsenn

Davos - Parsenn

Davos - Schatzalp Panorama Hotel

Davos - Schatzalp Panorama Hotel

Sertig

Sertig

Davos - Strelapass

Davos - Strelapass

Chalet Hotel Larix Davos, Jakobshorn

Chalet Hotel Larix Davos, Jakobshorn

Davos Dorf - Weissfluhjoch

Davos Dorf - Weissfluhjoch

Davos 180° Panorama mit Jakobshorn

Davos 180° Panorama mit Jakobshorn

Davos, Strelaalp

Davos, Strelaalp

Davos - Kirchlispitzen / Sulzfluh

Davos - Kirchlispitzen / Sulzfluh

Sommer-Schlittelbahn, Blick zur Strelaalp

Sommer-Schlittelbahn, Blick zur Strelaalp

Davos - Sky Views 4

Davos - Sky Views 4

Schatzalp Panorama-Restaurant

Schatzalp Panorama-Restaurant

Davos - Schatzalp-Bahn

Davos - Schatzalp-Bahn

Parsenn Weissfluhjoch, Klosters

Parsenn Weissfluhjoch, Klosters

Davoser Bergwelt

Davoser Bergwelt

Davos - Strelaberg

Davos - Strelaberg

Parsenn

Parsenn

Jakobshorn

Jakobshorn

Bergrestaurant Châlet Güggel Jakobshorn Davos

Bergrestaurant Châlet Güggel Jakobshorn Davos

Davos Wolfgang - Davosersee

Davos Wolfgang - Davosersee

The descent from the Ischalp down to Clavadel and Davos is therefore but one example of the seemingly innumerable winter hiking trails to be enjoyed both in and around Davos.

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Technical information

Begin of tour: Ischalp cable car station (Jakobshornbahn)
End of tour: Davos Platz station
Access starting point: Cable car from Davos
Access point of arrival: Train from Davos
Technical requirements: easy
Physical fitness: easy
Hiking time: 2 h 30 min.
Length: 9 km
Gastronomy: Ischalp, Clavadeler Alp, Clavadel, Islen, Davos

Description

The first part of the tour is a picturesque walk through snowy forests as far as the Clavadeler Alp. From there, the trail winds back down to Clavadel, affording hikers some splendid views en route. The last part of the tour follows the river Landwasser back to Davos.

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The careful planning of a tour will ensure that you also derive the maximum pleasure and enjoyment from it. Please take the time to contact the local information centre and enquire about route and weather conditions before setting off. Your intended trail may be fully or partially closed, depending on the time of year and weather conditions.

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