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Ski Area
Davos-Klosters
Ski Area
  Ski Area
Davos-Klosters
Davos-Klosters
Ski area altitude
2844m
1124m
Chair Lifts
Cable Car
14x
Chair lift
12x
Ski tow
27x
Slopes Total: 261km
Beginner
0km
Intermediate
75km
Advanced
135km
Expert
51km
Snowboarding
Half-pipes
1x
Fun Parks
1x
Boarder Cross
2x
Snowparks
0x
Cross-country Skiing Total: 221km

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The Davos-Klosters skiing area is a fantastic winter sports paradise, with 318 slopes and 61 lifts. The area is made up of 6 ski resorts: Parsenn, Madrisa, Pischa, Jakobshorn, Rinerhorn and, since 2009/2010, Schatzalp/Strela. This means that Davos-Klosters truly has something for everyone, from carvers, freeriders and snowboarders to cross-country skiers, skaters, snowshoe hikers and après-ski enthusiasts. It is the perfect holiday destination that combines skiing opportunities, beautiful nature and plenty of urban excitement. Discover it all from the comfort of a holiday home or apartment in Davos! 

Winter sports resorts of Davos and Klosters

The most popular winter sports resorts in this region are Davos and Klosters. Davos is a chic and fashionable winter sports and spa resort. Located at an altitude of 1,560 metres, it is considered Europe's highest city.  Davos is made up of two areas: Davos-Dorf and Davos-Platz (Frauenkirch, Glaris, Monstein and Wiesen all fall under the Municipality of Davos). This small city has much to offer winter sports enthusiasts. In addition to traditional winter sports in the surrounding five ski resorts, Davos is also the place to see and be seen, enjoy shopping and dinner at excellent restaurants, experience great nightlife and even go to a cinema or casino.  Last but not least, it boasts both a sports centre and ice skating rink! The largest natural ice rink in Europe is found in Davos. Here you can also spend a day of pure luxury and relaxation at the 'Eau-là-là Wellness- und Erlebnisbad Davos’. The village of Klosters is located at an altitude of 1,200 metres and comprises Klosters Platz and Dorf, Selfranga, Aeuja, Monbiel, Serneus and Mezzaselva. Klosters is quieter and more charming than Davos and carries the ‘Families Welcome’ label. For a memorable winter sports holiday, rent an apartment in Davos or Klosters.  

Skiing areas around Davos-Klosters

Spending a winter sports holiday in Davos-Klosters means having access to 6 resorts: Parsenn/Gotschna, Madrisa, Pischa, Jakobshorn, Rinerhorn and Schatzalp/Strela. The Parsenn/Gotschna ski resort is the largest and most popular of the 6, with slopes for all levels of skiers, nighttime skiing and the longest descent in the region: 12 km (Weissfluhgipel-Küblis). Pischa, Madrisa and Rinerhorn are family-friendly resorts, where young holidaymakers can spend the day at one of the Child's Land facilities. Pischa is also a beloved destination of freeriders and one of the largest freeride areas in Switzerland. Snowboarders and freestylers will have the time of their lives in the fun park and half-pipes of the Jakobshorn. The Schatzalp is perfect for those looking for a quieter destination. It is a ‘Slow Mountain’ area, in keeping with the trend of ‘slow skiing’, i.e. making your way down the slopes at a comfortable, slow pace, while enjoying the beautiful nature all around you! Cross-country skiers can enjoy 100 km of classic tracks and 46 km of skating tracks in Davos-Klosters. Davos-Klosters is also the birthplace of the international sledding sport and an eldorado for ice sports like skating, ice hockey and curling. Discover it all while staying in one of our accommodations in Davos!

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