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Hikers on the Tour du Mont Blanc to the right, mountain bike route signs to the left.

Mountain bike route signs near the Strela pass above Davos

The footpath to the left now seems to have been reserved for mountain bikers, with hikers using the dull gravel track to the right

New track being created by mountain bikers

Mountain biker between the Weissfluhjoch and Strela passes, above Davos

Hiker and mountain bikers at the Weissfluhjoch, above Davos

Mountain biker on the Weissfluhjoch funicular, above Davos

Compartments for mountain bikers on the Weissfluhjoch funicular, above Davos

Mountain bikers at the mid-station of the Weissfluhjoch funicular, above Davos

No Cycling on the Weissfluhjoch-Dorftäli-Büschalp-Davos track - the sign says Go to Klosters instead...

Mountain bikers high above Davos

Don't use the short-cuts, especially cyclists

No Cycling on this path from Switzerland to Italy

A cycling tour group at the end of their ride.

Cyclists boarding a metre-gauge Rhaetian Railways train at Zernez

No Cycling in the underpass at Zernez station

Bikes on the back of a Swiss Postbus, Zernez

A swift change to a connecting Swiss Postbus

Bikes on the back of the bus from Livigno, Italy, to Zernez, Switzerland

Sheltered cycle parking on Zernez station

Hiking and cycling route signs, Zernez

Cycle space in a new Léman Express train from St Gervais to Coppet via a new tunnel beneath Geneva.

More convertible space in a new Léman Express train from St Gervais to Coppet via a new tunnel beneath Geneva.

Cycle space in a new Léman Express train from St Gervais to Coppet via a new tunnel beneath Geneva.

Covered cycle parking at Leuk station

Link to cycle link under the railway just west of Visp station.

Not easy to see, but to the left beyond the railway is a track (with overhead lighting) that should be better used.

Cycle route to the right

Mountain bike gate at the Matterhorn Express gondola terminal (at Schwarzsee, just below the Matterhorn)

Mountain bike gate at the Matterhorn Express gondola terminal

Hiking and MTB (etc) route signs and 'Respect' sign.

Mountain biker and route signs

Hiking and MTB route signs

Mountain bike and hiking route signs and 'Respect' sign.

Former car parking spaces presumably used for café seating (but not on a Monday)

Pop-up parklet in former car parking spaces in Evolene

Cycle contraflow on the main road through Evolene

No Entry except cycles

That should be No Entry except cycles

Bridge to Evolene

Riverside route from Les Hauderes to Evolene

Riverside route from Evolene to Les Hauderes

Link from the riverside route from Les Hauderes to Evolene

Link from the riverside route from Les Hauderes to Evolene

Riverside route from Les Hauderes to Evolene

Not exactly a modal filter

One way except cycles, Verbier

Interesting bike at a rental shop, Verbier

Route for cyclists avoiding a bit of the main road out of Verbier

E-bike festival, Verbier

Excellent access to platform 1 at Sembrancher station

Excellent access to platform 1 at Sembrancher station

New underpass at Sembrancher station

Junction of hiking and mountain biking routes near Champex

Chaos - hikers on the Tour du Mont Blanc and the Haute Route, a week of trail-running races, AND mountain bikers on a trail that really doesn't have room for them.

Hiking and MTB route signs, Trient

Detailed sign for the cycle route to the Dixence dam

Sign for the cycle route to the Dixence dam

Signs for the cycle route to/from the Dixence dam

Signs for the cycle route to/from the Dixence dam

The last MTB route signs in the Dixence valley - from here to the head of the valley there are only hiking routes. That's fine by me.

Lots of covered cycle parking, not exclusively two-tier, at Thun station

Cycleway diverted around a new development, Münsignen, Switzerland

Lots of cyclists having lunch in Zernez

Soon there were even more bikes on this semi-fast train from Landquart to Saint-Moritz - they all have to be lifted up onto hooks, alas.

No Military Vehicles at the Switzerland-Liechtenstein border

No Entry except for military and forestry vehicles - and cycles, and open gate on the Switzerland-Liechtenstein border

No Entry except for military and forestry vehicles - and cycles

No Entry except for military and forestry vehicles - and cycles

Modal filter, Maienfeld

Route sign on EuroVelo route 15 (Swiss route 2)

Walking and cycling route signs, Maienfeld

Back route out of Heididorf

Touring bikes at Heididorf

Cycle route to the right, and more No Motor Vehicles signs

No Motor Vehicles - except farm vehicles

No Motor Vehicles - not even an exemption for farm vehicles, which may be a mistake.

Cyclist on EuroVelo route 15 (Swiss route 2), Jenins

Odd junction markings

Footpath added alongside the road (which is a EuroVelo route, although unsigned)

No Horses on the path parallel to the road

No Motor Vehicles; No Horses on the path parallel to the road.

No Motor Vehicles except deliveries

No Motor Vehicles except deliveries

Hiking signs and No Motor Vehicles except deliveries

Hiking and mountain biking signs at the Strela Alp, above Davos

Mountain biker descending to Davos on a hiking trail

Outpost of a Davos bike rental company at the Strela Pass

Hiking and mountain biking route signs at the Strela Pass, above Davos

Mountain bike stand at the Strela Pass, above Davos

Mountain biker on the trail from the Weissfluhjoch to the Strela Pass, above Davos

Mountain biker starting the descent from the Weissfluhjoch, above Davos

Mountain bikes at the top of the Weissfluhjoch funicular, above Davos

Gate for prams and bikes on the Weissfluhjoch funicular, above Davos

Bike stand at the mid-station of the Weissfluhjoch funicular, above Davos

Mountain bikers at the mid-station of the Weissfluhjoch funicular, above Davos

Hiking and mountain-biking signs at Büschalp, above Davos

Single Track Paradise of the Alps - map of routes around Davos

No Cycling - pedestrians and agricultural vehicles forbidden into the tunnel from Klosters

Stands for mountain bikes only, I think, at the Swiss National Park information centre and museum.

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