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Swiss Alpine Marathon and Trail Running Week, Davos

Date: 29 July 2017

If ever there was a tour for superlatives, this is it. Magnificent scenery, fantastic trail running, superb walking, excellent races - Davos has the lot - a truely superb holiday for runners and families alike. This tour has a bit of everything; races for all ages, great trail runs, excellent guided hiking, visit to St. Moritz and a pass to ride the regions mountain railways and cable cars for FREE. The Races For 2017 The Swiss Alpine Marathon and the Swiss Iron Trail have combined into one wee…

If ever there was a tour for superlatives, this is it. Magnificent scenery, fantastic trail running, superb walking, excellent races - Davos has the lot - a truely superb holiday for runners and families alike.

This tour has a bit of everything; races for all ages, great trail runs, excellent guided hiking, visit to St. Moritz and a pass to ride the regions mountain railways and cable cars for FREE.

The Races

For 2017 The Swiss Alpine Marathon and the Swiss Iron Trail have combined into one weekend of amazine activity. Some of the traditional events have changed and new ones introduced:

Friday 28 July: T214. A 214km run starting Davos at 4am and finishing in Davos on Sunday at 6pm.

Friday 28 July: T133. A 133km run starting in St Moritz at 10pm and finishing in Davos on Sunday at 6pm.

Friday 28 July: KIDS Runs. 4pm at Davos Stadium.

Saturday 29 July: K78. Start Davos at 7am, finish Davos 8pm.

Saturday 29 July: K47. Start Davos 10am, finish Davos 8pm.

Saturday 29 July: K36. Start at Bergun at 11am, finish Davos 8pm.

Saturday 29 July: K31. Start at Davos at 7am, finish Filisur 12.30pm

Saturday 29 July: K23. Start Klosters 9.30am, finish Davos 2.30pm

Saturday 29 July: L43. Start Lenzerheide 9.30pm, finish Davos 6pm.

Sunday 30 July: D22. Start Davos 10.30am, finish Davos 6pm.

Sunday 30 July: A21. Start Arosa 10.30am, finish Davos 6pm.

 

Davos

A small town rather than an Alpine village, Davos has a wide range of sport facilities, good shopping and a choice of restaurants and bars. Set in a high valley - it is the highest town in the Alps at 1,560m - it has a lake side path just a jog away, or run the Dischma Valley and hike into the Sertig Valley or the spectacular Landwasser gorge. There is an excellent swimming pool complex with indoor pool and new pool with waterslides. At Schatzalp there is a summer toboggan run - great fun for adults and kids alike.

Included Items

  • Rail transfer from entry point into Switzerland to Davos for those entered in a race/£50 supplement for supporters
  • Regional Rail ticket for the duration of the Alpine Marathon week/inclusive in the £50 supplement for supporters
  • Guest card with free transportation on the town buses and mountain railways of the Davos/Klosters region
  • Guided hikes around the marathon route
  • Organised training runs on the marathon route and around Davos lake
  • Rail excursion to St Moritz

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