Overview

  • Date

    15. September 2019

Intro

On 15 September, the Flüela Pass will be closed to traffic for four hours. Alongside road cyclists and e-bikers, Ride the Alps Flüela is also open to roller skiers and inline skaters wishing to conquer this pass.

At a leisurely pace, with no official timing, the scenery of Graubünden and the Engadin can be truly savoured. Drinks and a restorative soup are served on the Flüela Pass.

Date: 15 September 2019

Pass: Flüela Pass (2,383m asl)

Closed section: Davos Oberhöfji – Flüela Pass – Susch (25km)

Duration of closure: 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Ride the Alps Flüela can be started in Davos or Susch:

Route 1: Davos – Flüela Hospiz, 13km

Meeting point: Stili bus stop

from 1,566m to 2,389m; 823m in altitude

ø incline: 6.3%

Max. incline: 10%

Route 2: Susch – Flüela Hospiz, 13km

Meeting point: Via Flüela car park, behind Zugbrücke

from 1,433m to 2,389m; 956m in altitude

ø incline: 7.3%

Max. incline: 12%

Both routes are fully closed to all traffic. For roller skiers and inline skaters, a postal bus awaits to bring them back down.

Register here

Benefit from offers in the region:

20% discount on overnight stay in Hotel Ameron (voucher code: RIDETHEALPS19)

20% discount on overnight stay in Hotel Grischa (voucher code: Ridethealps)

15% discount at Sport Andrist in Klosters

Free Zauberbergbrot loaf on spending more than CHF 25 in Bakery Weber

Free ready-made barley soup or packet of Totenbeinl hazelnut cookies on spending more than CHF 30 at Milk&More

Event Information

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Contact address
MooveMee GmbH
Im Langacker 10
8304 Wallisellen
+41 44 830 91 40
event@moovemee.ch
Location 7260 Davos Dorf
Schweiz
Event Homepage http://www.ridethealps.ch/
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Event dates

  • 15 September 2019

Date

15. September 2019

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