The start of the winter season will already take place on Saturday, 24 October 2020. Then the weekend operation will start on Parsenn Davos. One week later, on 31 October, the four-kilometre-long snowfarming trail in the Flüela Valley will be open again. The Davos Klosters Mountains are expected to start the the daily business on 26th November 2020 with the Parsenn ski area.
Overview operating hours winter
The key word is distance. Davos Klosters offers no less than six ski areas and thus enough space for relaxing days on the slopes. Because we have so many mountains to choose from, the queues are never as long as in other destinations. There is no danger of density stress down in the valley either: our side valleys are ideal for relaxed winter walks or snowshoe tours and our free network of cross-country ski trails makes us one of the largest cross-country skiing areas in the Alps. Especially for the coming winter we are currently revising our guest programme and offer many new Corona-compatible offers. But we can't reveal more about this at the moment.
The big unknown is the development of the pandemic. But mountain railways, hotels, restaurants, event organisers and ski schools have prepared themselves very thoroughly for the winter season. Their protection concepts are there to ensure that people in Davos Klosters feel safe and can still enjoy their holidays.
What does this mean in concrete terms for the mountain railways?
The mountain railways run continuously so that as few people as possible come together in the waiting areas and cabins. There are also special cleaning measures for seats, handrails and toilets. Among other things, cold foggers are used for this purpose, which eliminate 99.99 percent of all viruses, bacteria and spores on surfaces in a lift cabin in just one minute. As in all public transport, masks are compulsory in stations and cabins.
What will be different for guests this winter?
What guests will probably have to do without this winter is enjoyable après-ski celebrations without a minimum distance. However, the summer has shown that guests understand this and Davos has a lot to offer even without it.