Perched 1,560 metres above sea level, situated in the heart of the Swiss canton Graubünden, Davos is the highest town in Europe and famed for the diversity of sports, leisure and cultural offers, the Spengler Cup, the Kirchner Museum and the World Economic Forum. Davos’ diversity fits perfectly with the polysportive nature of triathlon. For the well-earned celebration after the races, Davos offers a wide range of nightlife possibilities and supports recovery with its tradition as a high altitude resort and its rejuvenating climate.
The InterContinental Davos is the official partner hotel of Challenge Davos Festival and sits right next to the event area and the bike course. Registration, expo, pasta party and award ceremonies all take place at the Intercontinental. Meet the professional athletes, who are staying here as well!
The InterContinental Davos, set at the foot of the Flüelapass, boasts spectacular views on the Davos panorama, culinary variety as well as room for relexation of body, mind and soul...
Hotel Grischa is our official partner for the Flüela Challenge. Ninety-three hotel rooms and suites as well as the culinary versatility offering 5 different restaurants, completely do justice to the requirements of a four star superior hotel.
Mountain Hotels offers reasonable hotel offers for the stay during the Challenge Davos Festival that provide the right comfort before the race to charge the batteries as well as good recreation possibilities after the race. More info on www.mountainhotels.ch
For the complete Alpine experience along the Flüelapass bike course we recommend:
Stay on top of Flüela Pass (12k into the bike course) and experience the Alpine scenery and nature! Host family Frei-Andrist is looking forward to meet you! Bookings via their website.
Davos can be easily reached by train or by car. The closest international airport is Zurich-Kloten (ZRH).
From Zürich you'll get to Davos within 2 hours 20 minutes (change trains in Landquart) through wonderful Swiss alpine landscapes. By car it will take you 1 hour and 50 minutes.
From Innsbruck by car in 2 hours 30 minutes, including race course inspection over Flüelapass! By train it'll take you 4 hours 10 minutes (change in Sargans and Landquart).
From Mailand (with connection to international airport Mailand-Malpensa, MXP) by car in about 4 hours.
Details regarding travelling to Davos als well as Information for car sharing and electric charing stations are available here or at the tourist office (guest advice):
Destination Davos Klosters
Information & Gästeberatung
Talstrasse 41, 7270 Davos Platz
Tel. +41 81 415 21 21
Please find and select of the wide range of activities on this website: