in the snow-safe ski region in Switzerland
Are you a conqueror? The day in the ski regions of Davos Klosters will surely strike you as too short. Because here you will be able to choose between 6 different regions: the Jakobshorn, the Parsenn-/Gotschna region, the Pischa and the two family-friendly mountains Madrisa and Rinerhorn.
On top of that there is Schatzalp/Strela with europe’s first decelerated ski region. In other words, you will be spoilt for choice -
around 320 km of snow-safe slopes and 57 transport installations make sure of that.
Skiing fun on 320 slope kilometers
On 320 slope kilometers in the snow-safe region Davos-Klosters, you will find numerous, attractive offers.
- 6 different ski regions
- Family offerings such as the snow garden and the Madrisa land
- Pipes & parks
World-cup cross-country skiing trails - at zero cost
The world elite of cross-country skiers line up at the start of the Davos Nordic each and every year. Cross-country ski on the FIS-cross-country skiing trails in the Flüelatal, where the likes of Dario Cologna & Co are fighting for world-cup points every year. Or make your way through the romantic side valleys. Is this not enough yet? How about you have a go at the night trails then? And the best of it all: cross-country skiing is free of cost in Davos Klosters! You’re not obligated to have a cross-country ski vignette.
The cross-country skiing trail-network involves over 100 km of classic trails and 46 km of skating-trails in all levels of difficulty. One thing they all share: they’re top-notch quality. You will also find special dog-trails along the Landwasser in Davos.
in Klosters, Davos & Wiesen
78 km classic laid trails, 48 km skating trails, Separate trails for classical and skating,
15 km dog-trails, 2.5 km illuminated night-trails (daily until 9:30 pm)
23 km classic laid trails, 23 km skating trails, 3 km night trails
(Tue & Thur from 6:00 pm until 9:30 pm)
2 km classic laid trails and 2 km skating trails
Does this title strike you as odd, seeing that skiing and cross-country skiing are winter pleasures as well? Here in this section we take a look at the more soothing winter activities such as snowshoeing, winter hiking, sledding, or horse-drawn carriage rides. Klosters has 45 km and Davos even 111 km worth of walk- and hike trails, on which the snow is groomed.
In addition to that, there’s also many excellent snowshoe routes. Equipped with a sleigh, you’ll find your way into the valley on 8 different sledding slopes.
If you choose a horse driven sleigh, there are 6 different routes in Klosters alone.