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Tips for accessible holidays in Davos Klosters

The mountains in Davos Klosters are there for everyone. To ensure that guests with limited mobility can also enjoy carefree holidays, there is barrier-free accommodation on site as well as wheelchair-accessible activities and obstacle-free experiences.

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.

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Accessible activities


Mountain railway rides in a wheelchair

The gondolas and funiculars on the Jakobshorn, Parsenn, Rinerhorn, Pischa and Madrisa mountains are easily accessible by wheelchair. Access to the larger gondolas is at ground level, while a stair lift is used to access the Parsenn Davos funicular.

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Explore hiking trails with the “Mountain Drive”

On Madrisa, at the Madrisa-Alp restaurant, you can rent a “Mountain Drive”. With it, you can master natural hiking trails as well as steps up to 10 cm effortlessly. Thanks to its intelligent chassis with electric drive, it offers all the features for safe progress on rough terrain.

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Reduced mountain railway fares

If a person with a physical or mental disability is dependent on an assistant, both persons pay 50% of the fare for the mountain railway ticket. To obtain the reduced fare at the point of sale, please show the relevant companion card.

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A ride on the e-tandem bike

Thanks to the e-tandem bike, guests with limited mobility can explore the side valleys of Dischma or Sertig. The special seat at the front is secured with a 5-point safety harness and ensures a panoramic and safe experience. There are currently two bikes on offer: one for blind people and one for people with reduced mobility.

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Pedalo ride on Lake Davos

Lake Davos offers various recreational opportunities. These include a barrier-free pedalo for three people plus a wheelchair. A ramp provides easy access from the walkway directly to the pedalo. Everyone receives life jackets for safety. Reservations can be made at the Davos Sailing School.

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Play golf in a the golf wheelchair

The 18-hole Davos golf course promises sporting highlights in an intact mountain and natural landscape in the middle of Europe's highest city. Good to know: A golf wheelchair is available. However, the paragolfer can only be used by people with previous experience. If you are interested, please contact the Davos Golf Club.

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Hire a tennis wheelchair in Klosters

In Davos Klosters, various public barrier-free tennis courts and experienced tennis instructors are available to guests in summer. And best of all, two tennis wheelchairs can be rented in Klosters.

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A barrier-free horse carriage ride

Whether by day or in the evening: a carriage ride is always a romantic holiday experience. The Kutschenzentrale Davos, Kutschen Davos, Flütsch Kutschen with special barrier-free carriage and Pferdetrekking-Marugg offer barrier-free rides. Please announce when booking that you need help getting on and that you are carrying a wheelchair.

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Time for a train ride

Travel comfortably through Graubünden with the RhB and explore the world-famous Albula/Bernina UNESCO World Heritage route. Tip: From June to October, a historic train composition from the 1920s runs from Davos Platz along Zügenschlucht to Filisur. However, a train ride is not completely accessible when boarding and disembarking.

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On the ice with the ice glider

With an ice glider, people in wheelchairs can also get onto the ice. Thanks to an attachable ramp, this platform on runners is easily accessible by wheelchair and fits all common types of wheelchairs. And the best thing is that you can hire an ice glider free of charge at the Davos World of Ice.

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Experience hockey spectacle at the Davos ice stadium

Even for people in wheelchairs, nothing stands in the way of a visit to an HCD home game. Special box seats provide the best view of the ice. Wheelchair seats can be ordered by phone or e-mail. The ice stadium also has a lift on the north and south sides.

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With the cross-country sledge on the trails

At Hofmänner Sport in Davos and Bardill Sport in Klosters you can rent a complete cross-country sledge – with or without professional accompaniment. The relatively flat Herzloipen in Davos Klosters are ideal for beginners.

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Off to the ski slopes

Experience skiing regardless of physical and mental abilities: Our ski schools offer lessons for children and adults with visual impairments, Down syndrome, autism and ADHD. This also includes lessons with a dual ski. This can also be rented without a person and is stationed at Parsenn.

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Winter hike in a wheelchair

Simply glide over the winter hiking trails with your wheelchair: This is made possible by the so-called Wheelblades. These high-quality mini-skis can be easily clicked onto the front wheels and turn the wheelchair into a vehicle suitable for snow. Caution is advised when there is a lot of fresh snow or snow puddles.

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Go for a swim

Simply feel good, immerse yourself and switch off: The eau-là-là wellness and leisure pool in Davos is barrier-free throughout. The location with a view of the unspoilt spa gardens and the Davos mountains is unique.

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Tourist Information is accessible

The Tourist Information of the Davos Klosters is easily accessible. The destination has further improved its accessibility with two innovations: automatic doors and seat counters. Following a conversion, the guest advisory service will now be barrier-free throughout from summer 2023.

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Barrier-free cultural offers

The Kirchner Museum Davos as well as the Medical Museum and the Winter Sports Museum are completely barrier-free. In addition to the museums, culture is not neglected either: the Arkaden Cultural Centre in Davos is barrier-free. In Klosters, the Kulturschuppen is also accessible with the exception of the toilet access (1 step).

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Accessible barbecue sites in Davos Klosters

Enjoy a picnic together in nature: The following barbecue sites in Davos Klosters are not only barrier-free, but are also maintained and stocked with wood.

Wheelchair accessible hikes

The hiking area in Davos Klosters offers hiking and walking trails that you can also use with an all-terrain wheelchair.

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