Davos-Klosters Unlimited skiing in one of the top regions of the Swiss Alps Davos Klosters (1200-2590 m)

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The Davos-Klosters ski area, located in southeastern Switzerland, is the most important winter sports area in the canton of Graubünden. With Grindelwald, St. Moritz and Zermatt, Davos-Klosters is one of the 12 best ski areas in the Alps (Best of the Alpes). With a total of 320 kilometers of high-quality pistes, this vast area is the result of the merging of two very different ski areas: Davos as an urban ski area, while Klosters is a typical mountain village. In Davos, there are some of the best freeriding offers in Switzerland, the whole nestled in an intact alpine landscape and breathtaking panoramas. Klosters convinces with the charm of a manageable, authentic and convivial ski area. The two ski areas are connected through the Parsennbahn from Davos, and through the Gotschnabahn from Klosters. The Davos-Klosters ski area has a network of 59 lifts. If you own a special ski pass "Rega skipass", you can ski to your heart's content in the entire ski area. With a capacity of more than 6000 beds, Davos-Klosters also has numerous services, shops and amenities on site: e. Boutiques, restaurants, cafes, bars and nightclubs. The ski area is easy to reach: by car it is 2 hours from Zurich (154km), 3 hours from Milan (239km) and 5.5 hours from Frankfurt (532km).

Ski area Davos Klosters Detailed information:

Length of ski slopes 320 km
easy 73 km
medium 134 km
difficult 112 km
Number of ski slopes 110 km
Green  km
Blue 25 km
Red 46 km
Black 39 km
Ski lifts 49
Ski tows 23
Chairlifts 12
Cable cars 9
Snow cannons
Glaciers
Halfpipes 1
Snowparks 2
Floodlight slopes 1
Cross-country skiing 28 km
Toboggan runs 7

Further information

Six ski areas under one roof

The Skischaukel Davos-Klosters is divided into 6 ski areas: Parsenn / Gotschna, Jakobshorn, Rinerhorn, Pischa, Schatzalp and Madrisa. Speed, waves, dizzying curves and crazy downhills await experienced skiers on the wide pistes and long downhills from Parsenn / Gotschna, the largest ski area in Davos-Klosters. The main attraction there is a 12 km downhill, the longest in this region. On the pistes of Totalp and Weissfluhjoch you can even see how fast you are on the road with an infrared speedometer. Parsenn also offers a boardercross course. Through its northern pistes there are good snow conditions in Jakobshorn the whole season. With its snow park, it is the most popular destination for teenagers and other skiers. Rinerhorn, on the other hand, is the ideal ski area for those who are looking for a bit more peace and tranquility in the mountains. Due to its location away from the other ski areas, the sunny pistes of Rinerhorn lead through breathtaking landscapes. The demanding runs of this region are especially suitable for advanced skiers. Pischa is one of the largest and sunniest freeriding ski areas in Switzerland. The pistes are marked and secured. Located on the sunny side of Davos, Schatzalp / Strela is the epitome of nostalgia and deceleration. Here you can ski over gentle pistes as in the old days and let yourself be transported by nostalgic ski lifts to the summit. Madrisa is an excellent family ski area. Here you will find numerous facilities for beginners as well as some pistes for more experienced skiers. Even off the piste, Madrisa is the place for you: natural snow and the feeling of freedom await the freeriders.

Sledding and cross-country skiing on a grand scale

Davos-Klosters is not just about alpine skiing. The ski area also offers a wide range of other winter sports. Large stretches have been specially developed for cross-country skiing: 146 km of trails (100 km classic, 46 km skating) lead through pine forests, glades and meadows. The cross-country ski ways are free and accessible. The ski area Jakobshorn is also a paradise for snowboard and freestyle lovers: fun park and halfpipe, with kickers and rails at an altitude of 2500 meters. Equipped with 18 ramps, 4 rails and several tubes, the Jatzpark is the Eldorado for freestylers. At the foot of the Jakobshorn is also the 120 meter long superpipe on the Bolgen, which is open on three evenings for floodlight rides. Other boardercross facilities can also be found in Parsenn, Pischa and Madrisa.

9 pistes are available for sledding in Davos-Klosters. With a length of 8.5 kilometers, the Madrisa-Saas piste is something very special. There is also a toboggan run on the Schatzalp. Well prepared, it leads over 2.8 km, with 18 curves and a difference in altitude of 300m through the magical winter forest to Davos-Platz. This piste is very suitable for children and beginners, and also night sleigh rides are possible. The curves are illuminated at night until 11pm. Also on the Rinerhorn there is a 1.3 km long piste, where sleigh riders can enjoy. The track leads under the gondola down to the valley and can be used twice a week at night.

Ski resorts Davos Klosters

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