Davos Klosters: skiing holidays in the East of Switzerland
Ski resort:
Davos Klosters

Davos Klosters in brief


Visit Davos Klosters for excellent skiing conditions, extensive off-piste skiing, tandem paragliding, Nordic skiing and wellness weekend.

Resort name: 



Canton of Graubünden, Switzerland

Nearest airport: 

Zurich (150 km)

Transfer time: 

2h (by car)


2,844 m (highest point)

Total ski runs: 

300 km

Beginner runs: 

68 km (23%)

Intermediate runs: 

123 km (41%)

Advanced runs: 

109 km (36%)


Alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, snowboarding,

ice skating, hiking, snowkiting, winter hiking, ice sports

Did you know? 

Davos is a famous location for the generation of valuable

knowledge in the future! It is the home of four research

institutes. It is the home of four research institutes and is

host to the World Economic Forum (WEF).


Skiing in Davos Klosters


Davos is a small beautiful Swiss town with an international appeal. It is divided into two parts: Davos Dorf and Davos Platz

Together with the nearby town of Klosters (just 10 km from Davos), Davos offers a wide variety of winter sports activities. The ski slopes are between 1124 and 2844 m and there are four ski areas in total: Rinerhorn, Parsenn/Gotscha (for skiing fanatics, the ski area is linked to the Klosters via Davos), Madrisa and Pischa.


For lovers of cross-country skiing there are 75 km of cross-country ski tracks. Davos is salso popular for its largest natural ice rink for people to skate or to curl.

For passionate of snowboarding, the ski area offers monster pipe and half-pipe on the Jakobson mountain with 14 pistes.

Davos is also the starting point for excursions on the famous Glacier Express, and the Heidi and Bernina Express trains.




Photo credits ©Destination Davos Klosters/Photographer Stefan Schlumpf










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