A new, state-of-the-art gondola lift from Davos Platz to Jschalp will be available for winter sports enthusiasts to use from December 2014. The new aerial tramway greatly increases the level of comfort for guests and doubles capacity, making the Jakobshorn even easier to ascend – great news for visitors to the mountain, which is renowned for its range of restaurants and freestyle pistes. Daring souls can tackle the JatzPark, which features four runs with more than 20 elements including kickers and rails, and the superpipe at the foot of the Jakobshorn. Relaxing on the sun deck with a delicious meal, dancing to tracks spun by international DJs and cooling off in the whirlpool – this is what the Jakobshorn is all about. It’s the perfect peak for high-spirited people and lovers of great food and drink.
Park and Pipe
- Rainbow Box 6
- Up Box to Downrail 4m
- Straight Pipeline 6m
- Down Rail 9m
- Jump Rail to QP 4m
- Elbow Rail 5m
- Traktor Tire Bonk
- Down Tree 8m
- Flat Down Box 11m
- Spine Wallride 6m
- Stepdown 12m - 14m
- Style Roller 4m - 7m - 8m
- Big Air 18m
Video: HP Open and EC Davos 2013
Bolgen Family Land
Paragliding: High above the clouds...
Take-off sites for paragliders:
- Starting pad at the summit of the Jakobshorn: Right underneath the top station of the Jakobshorn cable car (3-minute walk) at an altitude of 2560 m. Direction: SW-NW, Degree of difficulty: intermediate/difficult.
- Starting pad at the Jatzhütte: 10-minute walk from the Jakobshorn. The starting pad is sited right in front of the Jatzhütte at an altitude of 2530 m above sea level. The best wind direction is W-S. Degree of difficulty: easy.
Hiking through idyllic scenery
Avalanche Training Centre
For further information and details of group reservations:
- Jakobshorn Sales Office, Tel. +41 (0)81 417 61 50
The Davos Klosters region is well-known as a fantastic freeriding area. But take care! If you leave the marked pistes, you enter a zone at risk of avalanches. Keep track of the current avalanche situation and get the latest information in advance from the Swiss Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research: www.slf.ch.