Dog owners know only too well that their four-legged friend likes to romp in snow. Often, however, dogs are not seen or even undesirable on cross-country skiing trails. Unlike in Davos, there are three specially marked dog trails:
Dogs are allowed to accompany their owners on a total of 18.5 km of trails. It doesn't matter if the dogs leave a few paw prints in the tracks. The only rule: please take into account other cross-country skiers so that the shared use of the cross-country skiing trails remains a pleasant experience for all.View trail report inlc. dog trails
A short, signalled circuit without climbs, external defibrillators for emergencies and a good infrastructure on site: The Herzloipe trail at the Cross-Country Ski Centre Davos makes it easier for heart patients and beginners to get into cross-country skiing.
These special Herzloipen have been in existence since 2015 in Switzerland and the network of cross-country ski trails has been continuously expanded since then: With the Davos route, there are now a total of ten special cross-country ski trails. In Davos, the Herz-Reha, the community, the Davos Cross-Country Ski School, the cross-country skiing centre, Hofmänner Sport, the Swiss Heart Foundation and the Davos Klosters destination work closely together - and together with the Herzloipe offer a coordinated programme. Good to know: A visit to the Herzloipe is free of charge - as with all cross-country trails in Davos Klosters.View map of the Herzloipe trail