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.
For 2018 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 - there is also a prologue day one week before with two mountain events in Samadan/St Moritz.
Prologue - Events starting in St Moritz/Samadan
The Swiss Alpine weeks starts off with these prologue Events that take placein te Engad in Valley - arrival by train from Davos with th Regio pass.
Sat 21 July - T43 - Mountain Race starting and finishing in Samadan and passing through S tMoritz. 10am start altitude difference +2559m/-2578m.
Sat 21 July - T29 - Mountain Race starting in St Moritz and finishing in Samadan. 12.30pm start altitude difference +1771m/-1913m
Sat 21 July - H16 - Mountain Hike starting and finishing in Samadan. 11am start altitude difference +775m/-795m.
Tue 24 July - Seelauf - 4 or 8 km race around the lake (1 or 2 laps). Kids run of 1 lap. Entry is free if entered online in advance or SF5 on the night with your guest card.
Swiss Alpine Iron Trail Events
Friday 27 July: KIDS Runs. 4pm at Davos Stadium.
Saturday 28 July: T127. Start Samadan at Midnight , finish Davos Sun 8am. Altitude difference +6546m/-6721m
Saturday 28 July: T88. Start St Moritz 8.30am, finish Davos Sun 8am. Altitude difference +3981m/-4272m
Saturday 28 July: K43. Start in Davos 8am, finish Davos 5pm via Scaletta and Sertig Passes. Altitude difference +/-1425m
Saturday 28 July: T39. Start at Bergun 8.30pm and run through the night to Davos closing at 8am. Altitude differene +1989m/-1828m
Saturday 28 July: K23. Start Klosters 9.30am, finish Davos 2.30pm. Altitude difference +629m/-279m
Saturday 28 July: K10. Start and Finish Davos Midday. +/- 162m
Saturday 28 July: H21. Start and finish Davos. Hike starting 10am. Altitude difference +/- 1322m
Saturday 28 July: H20. Start Arosa 10.30am, finish Davos 8pm. Altitude difference +1119m/-1322m
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.
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Note: Twin/Double rooms are executive rooms - single rooms are standard rooms
Swiss Rail & Regional Rail Pass supplement for supporters £46.
Extra night prices on request.
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RACE ENTRY FEES
Prologue in St Moritz - 21 July
Swiss Alpine Events - 28 July
All entry fees include the Swiss Transfer ticket from point of entry in Switzerland to Davos and return and the regional rail ticket for use during the Alpine Marathon week for journeys between Klosters and St Moritz.
A non-refundable deposit per person is required to secure this tour:
Final balance payment is due 10 weeks before travel.
Davos Lake Runs: SF5 paid locally
Flights not included
All race entry fees include Swiss Ticket (rail from point of entry into Switzerland to Davos and return valid from 17 July to 2 Aug), and Regio Ticket valid frm 21 Jul to 29 July (for all local transportation).
Our packages also include mountain railway and cable car pass.
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