Work on the glide phase once more and ride on the wave? Or take a "spin" in the new lounge of the cross-country ski centre in Davos? A tough decision to make. However, now it could be made easier. Anyone gliding down the FIS race trails in Davos, where world-class athletes also compete for World Cup points, probably has about 90 percent of their muscles activated. And, because it's not just professional runners who know how important regeneration is, there's nothing standing in the way of a relaxing evening in the new lounge.
The conversation at the fork in the trail can also be continued in the cross-country centre's new lounge - indoors and outdoors. With music and a:
✓ Nordic Mule
✓ Frozen Spritz
✓ Speed Wax
✓ Après Nordic Beer (Monsteiner beer / 2.5 % vol.)
✓ Après Nordic Beer (Monsteiner beer / 0.5 % vol. max.)
✓ Other drinks with and without alcohol
Unlike après-ski, the party doesn't start on the slopes. While many a person misses the jump in the ice bars and iconic ski huts, the lounge concept in the cross-country centre provides for a relaxed finish in the afternoon. Après Nordic in Davos is nevertheless record-breaking, as it is unique in Switzerland so far.
This is ensured not only by the drinks created in-house and the quiet background music, but also by the ambience. Cosy lounge sofas, furniture made of natural wood, cosy fur rugs, warm light, table lamps as a design element and orange fabrics spread a chalet flair to feel good. Lots of wood, reminiscent of the larch forests along the cross-country trails, surrounds the indoor lounge and lounge terrace.
Incidentally, the cross-country skiing network in Davos Klosters comprises over 100 kilometres of classic trails and 75 kilometres of skating trails of all levels of difficulty. Wherever your track takes you: The trails are perfectly groomed, can be used free of charge and the lounge in the cross-country centre is waiting for cross-country fans, with 20 warm winter jackets from Daehlie to borrow.