Ice sports

Ice sports is a tradition Davos Klosters

Davos Klosters is the ultimate ice sports Eldorado – for active participants and spectators alike. This is guaranteed by Europe's largest natural ice rink in Davos, as well as further ice rinks across the entire region, which can be used for ice skating, speed skating, playing ice hockey, curling and Bavarian curling. In addition to this, with the Vaillant Arena Davos also boasts one of the most stunning ice hockey stadia anywhere, with HC Davos one of the most popular ice hockey clubs in Switzerland, and with the Spengler Cup the most richly traditional ice hockey tournament in the world.

Sports Centre Davos: Professional infrastructure at the centre of Davos.

Davos sports centre

The modern sports centre in Davos boasts perfect training and competition conditions, with a professional infrastructure at one of the best locations at the centre of Davos. All forms of ice sports are played here, including ice hockey, figure skating, speed skating, playing ice hockey, curling, Bavarian curling and even rink bandy. The sports centre also encompasses the ice stadium, the "Vaillant Arena", an open-air artificial ice rink and a large natural ice rink with separate hockey rink. Ice skates available for hire.

Restaurant Time-Out

Time Out Restaurant in the Davos sports centre boasts a large sun terrace with a view over the natural ice rink - perfect for watching the kids skating on the rink. The restaurant offers a wide selection of refreshments. Inside, a large screen broadcasts a range of sports events live.

Sportzentrum Davos
Talstrasse 41
7270 Davos Platz
Tel. +41 81 415 36 00
sportzentrum@davos.ch
www.davos.ch

Sports Centre Davos Klosters has two artificial ice tracks for each variety of ice sports.

Klosters sports centre

The Klosters sports centre, opened in 1996, lies at the heart of the holiday village and is open all year round. In winter, two artificial ice rinks are available for the ice sports ice hockey, figure skating, Bavarian curling and curling (4 rinks). The ice rinks can also be reserved for private events. Tip: Public evening skating takes place every Friday evening from 19:30 to 22:00 hrs. Ice skates available for hire.

Sports centre restaurant

The inviting restaurant in the Klosters sports centre boasts a spacious conservatory and a large sun terrace. The menu is diverse and ideal for sports enthusiasts, who fancy some refreshments before or after taking to the ice. The restaurant also encompasses seminar rooms.

Sportzentrum Klosters

Doggilochstrasse 51
7250 Klosters
Tel. +41 81 410 21 31
sportklosters@bluewin.ch
www.sportzentrum-klosters.ch

Ice skating and speed skating

Ice skating

Experience sports and fun, skating on the largest natural ice rink in Europe (18,000 square metres) or on the artificial ice rink in Davos Platz, on the Seehof-Seeli in Davos Dorf or on the artificial ice rink in Klosters. And if the temperatures allow it, it is also possible to ice skate in Wiesen on Schulhausplatz.

Ice rinks
Speed skating

The natural ice rink in Davos includes a speed skating rink, which complies with international standards. Year after year, Davos acts as the arena for national and international speed skating championships and boasts one of the fastest open-air rinks in the world. 9 speed skating world championships and 11 European championships have taken place in Davos to date.

Speed skating on the natural ice rink: Mid December to the end of February - daily from 10:00 to 14:00 hrs. On request you can receive training from qualified skating instructors in German, English or French.

www.davos-skating.ch

Curling & bavarian curling

Curling is possible in Davos as in Klosters.
Curling

Curling the granite stone over polished ice into the house is an art in itself, and is enjoying increasing popularity. Curling explained in brief: The teams attempt to play the stones as close as possible to the "house" in 6, 8 or 10 rounds. One point is awarded for every stone that lies closer to the "house" than the opponent's stones.

www.davos-curling.ch
www.curlingklosters.ch

Bavarian curling

Bavarian curling is one of the oldest winter sports in the world. In the 16th century it was primarily farmers and craftsmen who ventured onto the ice and passed the winter days in this way. The sport requires that the ice stock (or Bavarian curling stone) glide across the ice. In terms of equipment it is recommended that leather-soled shoes are not worn. Bavarian curling explained in brief: The aim of Bavarian curling is to position the team's ice stocks as close to the tee as possible over the course of 6 rounds. This requires a great deal of patience on the ice! After all, who doesn't enjoy knocking the opponent out of play shortly before they win the game?

Sportzentrum Davos
Talstrasse 41
7270 Davos Platz
Tel. +41 81 415 36 00
sportzentrum@davos.ch
www.davos.ch

Sportzentrum Klosters

Doggilochstrasse 51
7250 Klosters
Tel. +41 81 410 21 31
sportklosters@bluewin.ch
www.sportzentrum-klosters.ch