DAVOS KLOSTERS TO ST. MORITZ
165 km || 8.900m+/-
When to Go
Start: Getting to Davos Klosters
The closest airport is Zurich (ZRH).
From Zurich Airport, connect through Landquart to Klosters, which takes about 2 hours.
Train: Travel by Swiss national rail (SBB) to Landquart and then continue on the Rhaetian railway (RhB) to Klosters or Davos.
By car: From Landquart follow canton road 28 to Davos Klosters. *Note a motorway vignette (CHF 40.00) is required for motorways in Switzerland, and is available at border controls, gas stations, and post offices.
- For detailed information on getting there, visit Davos Klosters Tourism
To the Trailhead: Klosters to Berghaus Vereina
To get to the official start of the Via Grischuna, a 45 minute shuttle runs from Klosters to the remote Berghaus Vereina.
- Klosters to Vereina Shuttle Check here for shuttle schedule, cost, and to make a reservation.
Finish: Leaving St. Moritz
Returning to Zurich Airport from St. Moritz, takes around 3 hours by car or by train. There are a variety of convenient public transport options including SBB, RhB, and the scenic Glacier Express.
By car: Drive over well-maintained pass roads or load your car onto a train and ride through the Vereina Tunnel.
- For more information on travel, visit St. Moritz Tourism
The overnights alternate between mountain guesthouses and hotels in the valley towns. The guesthouses are very comfortable, offer the ability to shower, and provide great food and drinks. The first two nights and the fourth night are in guesthouses, deep in the valleys. They aren't exactly roughing it, and are incredible places to start and end the day.
Nights in town give you more flexibility with your food and even indulge in some wellness if you choose.
Bergün - hotel in town
Bivio - hotel in town
Sils-Maria - hotel in town
Pontresina - hotel in town
St Moritz - hotel in town
You can use the Swiss train system (SBB) to send bags by train for holding at stations. Using this system, there is the option of having bags transferred from Davos to your finish in St Moritz. Visit the Luggage Section of the SBB site for details, planning, and costs.
- SBB The Swiss train system
- RhB The Rhaetian railway
- Postauto The Swiss bus system
- Rega: Swiss Air Rescue, Emergency number: 1414
- Meteo Swiss: Weather
- FatMap: 3D route mapping
- Graubünden Trailrun: Hotspot for more trail runs in the region