Biking / Mountainbiking: Biking in Davos Klosters offers impressive tours, varied landscapes and an abundance of downhill adventure.Extensive, beautiful tours with picture-perfect panoramas for mountain-bikers and more relaxed riders.2 m long rope bridge / 8 m high climbing tree with an amazing view from the top / 180 m long aerial rope way for crossing the mountain stream / steep track with an abseiling point / 5 - 6 different 12 - 20 m high climbing routes on the mountain face.Cheese Factory Clavadeleralp: at 2,028m (6,652 ft) Open daily from 9 AM - 4 PM; from Mid-June through End of September (Presentation AM – AM; start cheese production at AM).Access by funiculars, then 5 minutes on foot up a steep incline.Allow at least 2 hours there and back to enjoy the beauty of the surroundings.Parsenn / Weissfluhjoch (2,266 m / 7,432 ft): On the first section the alpine TGV of the Parsenn cable railway takes you from Davos Dorf up to the middle station Höhenweg.On the second section the journey continues up to the Weissfluhjoch from where you enjoy views over Davos and Klosters and the surrounding peaks.
Comfortable paths for strolling or narrow mountain tracks through steep terrain above the tree line.
Based on a series of new radiocarbon dates we examine the vertical mobility of cattle in the Alps by means of strontium isotope analysis on samples from the prehistoric settlement of Ramosch-Mottata (Canton of Grisons, Switzerland).
By identifying variations in the strontium isotope ratios of high-crowned cattle molars, we investigate the seasonal use of alpine pastures (vertical transhumance) and changes in cattle husbandry practices between the early and later stages of the site's occupation.
Alpinum Schatzalp: Open daily from 9 AM – 5 PM from End of May through Mid-September.
with 3,500 alpine plants from the mountains of all over the world (Switzerland, Pyrenees, New Zealand, China, Nepal, Tibet, etc.).