Six ski areas Plenty of space to discover something new every day
Après ski, lifestyle and crazy events
From the ‘Kafi Sex’ drink and the freestyle scene through to pioneering sporting achievements – the Jakobshorn in Davos has made it into the history books on many occasions. Anyone looking for lifestyle, action, après ski and 360-degree panoramic mountain views will feel right at home here.
Vast ski slopes, with plenty of room to complete carved turns, one of the longest ski runs in Europe, and the oldest downhill race in Switzerland: Parsenn is the largest ski area in Davos Klosters, and the one with the longest history. If you love sport, you will love Parsenn.
Had enough of the crowds and the usual pistes? Pischa is an unspoilt mountain in Davos Klosters. There are no groomed slopes, just plenty of space to practise alternative winter sports on natural snow. If you’re looking for peace and sunshine, this is the place for you.
Hidden gem for families and night-time winter sports
A sledging trail with 33 bends and fast, steep curves, winter sports by night and a family ski area with ski lifts, free parking and cosy mountain huts. It’s no wonder the Rinerhorn is a favourite with locals and visitors to Davos Klosters alike.
Europe’s first ‘slow’ ski resort with all-natural snow, a popular Hollywood filming location and the inspiration for Thomas Mann’s literary masterpiece The Magic Mountain: the Schatzalp in Davos has inspired its visitors for generations.
With barrier-free lifts and mountain restaurants, an adventure park for families and a range of fantastic sports activities such as ski tours, hikes and trail runs, Madrisa – the local mountain in Klosters – is a popular destination all year round.
The freestyle mountain Jakobshorn, the ski classic Parsenn and the two family-friendly mountains Madrisa and Rinerhorn are available to choose from. There is also the decelerated Schatzalp ski area and the freeride mountain Pischa. In short: 300 km of guaranteed snow pistes and 57 transport facilities.
Local insiders offer around 30 experiences a week from mid-December to early April. Enjoy a sunrise on the mountain, look behind the scenes of the ski boot manufactory Heierling or take part in a torchlight hike.