Motorcycling par excellence
Motorbike paradise of Graubünden & Engadin
Graubünden (Grisons) is the largest canton in Switzerland with an extensive history, magnificent landscapes, high passes and is consequently an Eldorado for motorcyclists. Tours through numerous mountain passes cut across Alpine ranges in the Grisons Alps. Do not forget:
Among them is the Umbrail Pass, the highest pass in Switzerland at an altitude of 2,501 metres.
Right from the Kessler’s Kulm Hotel, you can start out on beautiful day trips in the surrounding region.
We have put together some highlights in our roadbook. When you arrive at the Kessler’s Kulm Hotel, you will also receive a tour map with all the details.
Our hotel is also located directly on the "Grand Tour of Switzerland" route.
This route, determined by Switzerland Tourism, covers more than 1,600 km across Switzerland and passes the most beautiful places in our country.
Highlights for your day trips
TOUR MAP WITH DAY TOURS
ROADBOOK WITH GPX-DATA
PARKING SPACES FOR MOTORBIKES
NUMEROUS PASS EXPERIENCES
ADRENALINE & PURE DRIVING FUN
Route planner with motorbike tours
Roadbook incl. GPS-Data for download
We have compiled the most beautiful tours for your excursions with classic cars, convertibles, sports cars or motorbikes in our roadbook incl. GPS tour data to download - for navigation and mobile devices.
Browse through our Kessler's Kulm roadbook and discover your very own adventure or pleasure tour in the Davos/Klosters Alpine region.
The number 1 road trip in the alps
Grand Tour of Switzerland
Whether by car, classic car, convertible or motorbike – pass roads such as the Tremola are among the highlights of the Grand Tour of Switzerland.
The Grand Tour of Switzerland is a great holiday and driving experience – see the very best side of Switzerland: over a stretch of 1,600 kilometres, this road trip leads through four language regions, over five Alpine passes, to twelve UNESCO World Heritage sites and along 22 beautiful lakes.
MySwitzerland presents selected highlights over ten stages. Have fun exploring and discovering!