The charged snowfarming service in the Flüela Valley has been discontinued again. Cross-country skiers can now once again enjoy an extended and free range of trails in Davos. Anyone who still has a snowfarming start number can return it to Hofmänner Sport, Flury Sports and Coaching, Bünda Sport or the indoor swimming pool in Davos. You can find more information about the cross-country trails in the trail report.Learn more
Snow farming in Davos was extended in autumn of 2015 with the construction of a new infrastructure. Three times the volume of snow could be produced and stored during the winter of 2015/16. This over-summered snow is used in late-autumn to create a 4 km long cross-country trail in the lower Flüela Valley.
The 4 km long snow farming cross-country skiing trail open at Saturday, 31th October 2020 and can be used by both athletes and amateurs.
Teams and private individuals can use the snow farming cross-country skiing trail, although teams have to register in advance. They can do so by using the utilisation request form.
For teams: Please fill in the following utilisation request for registration:
Users who have opted for a monthly pass will be given a number to wear, which is colour coded in line with service level and user group. This number is personal to the user and non-transferable and must be worn during any use of the cross-country ski trail.
Cost: CHF 40.00
Sales points: On site from the Snowfarming facility or at the municipality of Davos Sportanlagen.
Cost: CHF 5.00
Sales points: Day passes can be obtained directly at the snow farming arena by feeding coins into a parking meter. The operator reserves the right to use coloured arm bands on busy days.
The monthly fee of CHF 40.00 must be paid directly at the office of the municipality of Davos Sportanalgen in cash or by credit card. Payment at the Snowfarming facility only in cash.
There is only limited parking adjacent to the snow-farming arena. We would therefore ask trainers to drive their athletes to the snow farming arena and to park their cars in the "Färich" car park at the entrance to the Flüela Valley. Follow instructions issued by marshals.