On the Jakobshorn snowboards and free-skiers are particularly at home, having a ball in the fun park. And it is not only the numerous pistes and runs that see the action - the ski huts are also full of fun. The range of national and international sports events on the Jakobshorn is massive. The Jakobshorn is the ultimate event mountain!
On the opposite side of the mountain lies the ski resort Parsenn, which is accessible from Davos and Klosters . As the largest snow sports resort in the area, its pistes offer every difficulty rating. On Parsenn visitors will also find one of the longest runs in Europe - it is 12 km from Weissfluhgipfel to Küblis.
The family mountains Madrisa and Rinerhorn offer ski-loving families everything they want. Children experience fun and diversity in the various children's fun areas.
Pischa is the natural alternative for everyone who wants to enjoy the mountain far away from the hustle and bustle. The focus is on alternative sports such as fatbiking, winter hiking, snowshoeing or high-alpine cross-country skiing. The area is also an excellent starting point for ski tours in open terrain and freeriding.
The Schatzalp-Strela slopes in Davos are home to the first "decelerated" ski resort . The resort, which is situated on the sunny side of Davos, is ideally suited for this with its gently rolling hillsides. Schatzalp/Strela is reached from Davos Platz in just four minutes by funicular railway.