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Davos

287 Number of reviews:

97 % Recommendation rate:

Resort 9.0
Ski area 9.3

Information about the ski area

Davos/Klosters Mountains

Highest point: 2,844 m
Lowest point: 810 m
Altitude ski resort: 1,560 m
Lifts in total: 55
Tow lifts: 29
Chair lifts: 14
Gondola lift: 12
Pistes in total: 279 km
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97 km
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126 km
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56 km
Ski routes: 34 km

Ski area Davos/Klosters Mountains

The "Davos Klosters Mountains" lift pass allows you to take advantage of absolute skiing enjoyment on around 279 kilometres of piste in the five ski areas Madrisa, Parsenn Davos Klosters, Jakobshorn, Rinerhorn and Pischa (excl. Schatzalp). At an altitude between between 810 and 2,844 m, pistes covering all levels of difficulty and 55 modern lifts provide a great deal of variety. In addition, there is the especially high snow security, allowing snow enjoyment into April!

A comfortable commuting gondola transporting 100 persons at once quickly takes you from Davos into the Jakobshorn ski area. A highlight is the 12 km long run from Weissfluh to Küblis with an altitude difference of 2,034 m! Furthermore, numerous first class freeride areas, illuminated pistes, and challenging black runs for pros are also to be found. Not only that, but the area is also a paradise for snowboarders: national and international competitions take place in the region's fun parks.

Especially worth mentioning is the Jakobshorn - a snowboard Mecca for years - with the Nidecker Monster Pipe. Floodlit half-pipes, kicker, rails and a boardercross with kicker can also be found in other areas - no wish goes unfulfilled! The Pischa area offers almost exclusively freeride terrain and is the largest of its kind in Switzerland.

On the easy pistes and practice areas at the Rinerhorn especially families will feel well-catered for. The broad pistes at Jakobshorn are very well suited for the whole family. At Bolgen at the foot of Jakobshorn, children can explore the fascination of skiing on a Disney-themed parcours in the children's ski school, while parents can enjoy the sun in one of the beach chairs. The children's area Madrise Land also attracts families with children.

The ski area offers about 20 Wi-Fi hotspots in mountain restaurants and gastronomical facilities.

In Switzerland, there are several resorts where you can go night skiing, such as e.g. in the ski area Davos Klosters. Every Wednesday and Friday the piste at Rinerhorn is available for night skiing from 19:00 - 23:00. At this time, night tobogganing is possible on the toboggan run, which is also illuminated. A futher night skiing piste can be found at Selfrange ski lift in Klosters, where skiers and snowboarders can go night skiing or boarding on Tuesdays between 19:00 and 21:00 and on Fridays between 19:30 and 21:30. Apart from night skiing, Nordic skiers can also go cross-country skiing at night time - the approx. 2.5 km cross-country ski trail is illuminated daily. Additionally, an approx. 3.2 km trail in Klosters gives cross-country skiers the opportunity to go cross-country skiing at night time every Tuesday and Thursday until 21:30. Tickets for night skiing can be bought in resort.
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Expert rating report Davos/Klosters Mountains

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(3.5 out of 5 stars)

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