Scalettapass-Keschhütte

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Description

From Davos, the route leads through the Dischma valley to the Dürrboden. This is the starting point of the steep ascent to Scaletta Pass. Good mountain bikers can ride up about 80 percent of the pass. The descent to Alp Funtauna is tricky at points and requires good biking skills. A good singletrail leads through the Funtauna valley, which gets very steep toward the end as it leads up to the Kesch mountain hut. After taking in the magnificent panoramic view of the glaciers and mountains, ride the top-class descent through the Val Tuors valley to Bergün and finally to Filisur. To get from Filisur back to Davos, you can either take the Rhaeatian railway or make the ride on your bike.

Tip: The tour makes for an excellent two-day trip with an overnight stay in the Kesch mountain hut.

Route
Davos – Dischma – Dürrboden – Scalettapass – Alp Funtauna – Keschhütte – Chants – Latsch – Bergün – Bellaluna – Filisur (– Stn Wiesen – Zügenschlucht – Glaris – Davos)
Route details
Distance
45 km
difference in altitude uphill
2375 m
difference in altitude downhill
2375 m
Highest point
1016 M.ü.M.
Lowest point
2611 M.ü.M.
Point of departure
Davos
Point of arrival
Davos
Webcode
1357
E-MTB
beschränkt tauglich für E-Mountainbikes
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Davos–Filisur

 

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