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Flüelapassstrasse, 7260 Davos Dorf

Davos is first mentioned in the bishop's archives in Chur in 1160. In the course of the Reformation, the Catholic parish lost all its churches in 1528. However, Catholic life quickly flourished again with the spa industry. When the Flüela Pass road was extended in 1870, the owner of the Tschuggen estate had the Maria zum Schnee chapel built in the Flüela valley, which was later donated to the Catholic parish by the Fopp family. From time immemorial, pilgrimages and pilgrim masses were held here in the summer months. During a renovation of the pilgrimage chapel in 2016, the unique opportunity arose to acquire the valuable baroque high altar from the Johanneum in Tübingen, at which Prof. Dr. Joseph Ratzinger, later Pope Benedict XVI, celebrated daily. Provided with a new picture of grace by artist Konrad Reichmuth (a copy of the Santa Maria Maggiore in Rome on the Rigi SZ), with the figures of St. Anne and St. Joachim carved in South Tyrol and with five new stained glass windows by the Davos artist Peter Schmid, the Tschuggen Chapel is a popular place of pilgrimage where weddings and baptisms are gladly celebrated in the midst of the alpine mountain landscape. Today, the catholic parish and church community with its three churches is identical with the area of the Davos countryside.


  • Church services from mid-June to mid-September on Sundays at 4.30 p.m. and Thursdays at 10.10 a.m.
  • Opening hours from mid-June to mid-September from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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