Cross-country skiing at world cup ski runs – at no cost
The world elite among the cross-country skiers converges at the starting point every year to commemorate the Davos Nordic. Cross-country skiing at the FIS racing tracks in Flüelatal, where even Dario Cologna & Co compete for world cup points. Or you can leave your imprint along the romantic tributary valleys. You haven’t had enough? Get to the night cross-country ski-run. And the best is: Cross-country skiing at Davos is free! There are no vignette obligations for cross-country skiing.
The trail network in Davos Klosters encompasses over 100 km of classic trails and 46 km of skating trails across all difficulty ratings. They all have one thing in common: They are superbly well prepared. Furthermore, in Davos special dog trails can also be found along the Landwasser. Panorama map
2.5 km illuminated night-time trails (daily until 21:30 hrs)
23 km classic cross-country trails
23 km skating trails
3 km night-time trails (Tues & Thurs 18:00 hrs to 21:30 hrs)
2 km classic cross-country trails
2 km skating trails
You will find a whole host of information about the lifts and cable cars, hiking trails, walking routes, tours, mountain restaurants etc. on our interactive map. Some of the details are linked to status displays that are updated regularly to offer you a comprehensive overview. Select a topic in the legend to enable you to find the information you need more quickly.
The Davos Cross-Country Ski Club promotes and supports cross-country skiing in Davos.
Since 1976, the purpose of the Davos Cross-Country Ski Club is to promote and support the cause of cross-country skiing in the Davos environment. Membership fees are regularly used to restore and expand the cross-country infrastructure.
Davos does not recognize a vignette obligation for cross-country skiing, but if your membership at the Davos Cross-Country Ski Club would greatly help in sustaining the high standard of the cross-country skiing tracks in Davos.