Anyone who has ever been to the Berghain techno club in Berlin knows: the door there is legendarily hard. Not getting in is almost a distinction. Otherwise, it's a different story in life. Because it's not a nice feeling to be denied entry or not be able to join in. Especially for people with limited mobility, obstacles are unfortunately part of everyday life. It is good that there are more and more accessible offers in Davos Klosters.
Numerous adventures await you in Davos Klosters in summer: pedalo riding on Lake Davos, excursions into the side valleys on an e-tandem bike or joint hikes with the support of a “mountain drive”. And that's not all: thanks to new aids such as tennis and golf wheelchairs, even more sports activities are possible without any problems. And for a cosy picnic in nature, there are barrier-free barbecue areas.
Winter also has a lot in store. Those with a handicap do not have to do without winter sports. The mountain railway and the mountain restaurant on Madrisa are wheelchair accessible. The 6-seater chairlift Schaffürggli transports guests with monoskis. Remarkably, the safety bar closes and opens automatically. The seat height also adjusts to provide comfort. The Parsenn ski area also has a dual ski station that can be rented. Thanks to ice gliders and cross-country sledges, there is no shortage of enjoyment of the ice rink in Davos and the cross-country trails. Nothing stands in the way of a visit to the HCD either: There are special box seats for people in wheelchairs at the Davos ice stadium.
The organization “Pro Infirmis” has examined Davos Klosters and documented all observations regarding accessibility. The result is an interactive map in German with all obstacle-free options. Speaking of overview: In our holiday shop, hotels and holiday flats with obstacle-free facilities for mobility-impaired guests can be booked directly online.