In our far-reaching Swiss alpine region of Davos, no less than six different winter sport near your Davos ski resort. Enjoy unique skiing experiences on a total of more than 300 kilometres of slopes and five mountains.
The current report on lifts and ski slopes in the Davos region can be found under the following link.
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With around 100 kilometres of pistes, Parsenn is the largest part of the Davos Klosters ski area and offers particularly wide and long slopes. Also worthy of mention is the "Furka Zipper"; a modern 6-seater chairlift that went into operation in 2017.
Known as Klosters' local family mountain, it has two chairlifts, four ski carpets and trails for every level of difficulty. Perfect for your ski holidays in Davos with children; and there are also ski schools in the Madrisa ski area.
Jakobshorn is a popular destination for all freestylers. The JatzPark, the extended JatzKidsPark, the SuperPipe and the Freestyle Airbag await all those who want to combine winter sports with creativity in Davos.
If you prefer winter activities away from the hustle and bustle, Pischa is the ski area in the Swiss Alps region for you. Free riders love to come here and enjoy the boundless freedom of skiing.
The Rinerhorn is not only a family secret tip among the partial ski areas in Davos, but also has one of the most challenging toboggan runs in the region: 33 curves and surprisingly high speeds are not for the faint-hearted.