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Sun, fun and loads of skiing and & boarding. The Jakobshorn was the first winter sports area for snowboarders and has always remained at the forefront of this fun mountain movement.
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The Bolgen lift at the foot of the Jakobshorn right in the heart of Davos has always been the venue for events and shows. The photo shows the O'Neill Evolution Snowboard Classic. 
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The Jakobshorn has a number of challenging runs for carvers. You've got to have a bit of fun - after all you are skiing on the "fun" mountain...


    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

    Short, intensive runs in a compact, versatile and perfectly groomed park - this is what awaits freestylers at the renewed and expanded JatzPark on the Jakobshorn. Space was created to build the lines parallel to the lift. This allows us to offer four new lines: one line combined with rails and kickers for beginners and intermediate snowboarders, an intermediate rail and a professional kicker line. With these additions, the beginner, medium and pro lines at Jatzpark offers elements that are suitable for both beginners and professionals.

    Video: HP Open and EC Davos 2013

    The Jakobshorn has so much to offer families with children.

    Bolgen Family Land

    The whole family can spend an enjoyable and relaxing time at the foot of the Jakobshorn. The beginner's slope right by the Carjöl chairlift is perfect for your child's first tentative runs on snow and there is a good view from the restaurant over the slope beside the Bolgen ski-lift.  Relax by soaking up the sun on the sun-deck while your children discover the adventure of skiing in the ski school on the Disney slope .
    Paragliding enthusiasts will enjoy the two starting pads on the Jakobshorn.

    Paragliding: High above the clouds...

    Flying like a bird - a perennial dream. Glide freely, silently and elegantly over the landscape. Playing around with the wind...

    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.
    Even that's possible: Romantic winter hike on the fun mountain.

    Hiking through idyllic scenery

    The Jakobshorn has so much more to offer: A winter walking trail with gentle ups and downs begins at the Jakobshorn and leads to the romantic Stadlersee where you can enjoy the breathtaking view into the Sertigtal valley and across six 3000-metre high peaks.
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    Evening 'pipe' fun at the foot of the Jakobshorn.

    Night-time Sports

    The Bolgen Monster Pipe is floodlit and open on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays for training and other practice runs and the Pipe is groomed and freshly prepared on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
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    Training zone at the Fuxägufer top station.

    Avalanche Training Centre

    This Centre on the Jakobshorn, close to the Fuxägufer top station, offers training on the right use of an avalanche victim detection device (LVS) under realistic conditions. The training area contains a 100 x 100 m zone on a steep slope designed to replicate the conditions of a realistic avalanche.  Use of the training area is free to all holders of a valid ski pass for the lifts and cable cars. Please note that you should bring your own LVS and avalanche probe. The Centre is open every day during the operating hours of the cable cars and lifts.

    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: Opens external link in current windowwww.slf.ch.
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