Enjoy the beautiful ride from the Alpine city of Davos across Flüela Pass to Zernez in the Lower Engadine Valley and through breathtaking mountain scenery.
The Flüela Pass Route takes you from Davos across the Flüela Pass and on to Susch and Zernez in the Engadine Valley. Davos is the highest altitude town in Europe, the largest mountain holiday destination and an international conference and health resort. Lake Davos and the surrounding mountains have a wide variety of leisure activities in store for you. Be sure to visit some of the museums in Davos, the Kirchner museum, for example, or the local history museum. Take a romantic horse-drawn sled ride to the Sertig, Dischma or Flüela side valleys.
In summer, you can travel to the top of Flüela Pass in a six-horse postal coach (PostBus stop Flüela, Ospiz). Stop at Flüela Hospiz for a drink or a bite to eat and savor the views of the striking Schwarzhorn and the sparkling lakes. The road then continues down into Susch, a typical Engadine village. Situated above Susch are the ruins of the star-shaped Rohan fortress (PostBus stop Susch, Railway Station). Picturesque Zernez is an ideal starting point for excursions, hiking and biking trips to the Swiss National Park, Val Müstair or the Engadine Valley (PostBus stop Zernez, Post Office).
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Reservations required for groups of 8 or more. Tel. +41 58 341 34 88
Route not open all year
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Bicycle transport fixtures available in/on the vehicle.
You can find more information at Biking and Postbus.
No guarantee of wheelchair access to the postbus
Booking up until 5 p.m. the previous day of the trip. Tel. +41 58 341 34 88
Explore the area of the Flüela Pass Route on foot on the well-marked hiking trail system: map.wanderland.ch
Davos / Prättigau Office
7270 Davos Platz
+41 58 341 34 88
Situated right on the ski slopes above Davos is the art nouveau-style hotel Schatzalp which inspired Thomas Mann to write his masterpiece “The Magic Mountain”. On the sun-flooded terrace with spectacular views you will find it easy to leave all your stress behind.
A visit to the Kirchner Museum in Davos is an experience not to be missed. Some of the works of artist Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1880–1938) are on exhibit right here where they were created. Davos and its environs were inspiration to Kirchner for many of his paintings.
Kirchner Museum Davos
CH - 7270 Davos
+41 81 410 63 00
+41 81 410 63 01
(Photo: Davos Tourismus)
Together with the whole family, witness the unique and varied Alpine plant and animal world in Switzerland’s largest National Park. An 80 kilometre-long hiking path leads through the extensive park. And the Zernez National Park visitor's multimedia centre provided visitors a wealth of useful information.
Swiss National Park
New National Park Center
+41 81 851 41 41