The classic!
Parsenn connects Davos and Klosters. One of the longest runs in Europe, wide slopes, traditional mountain huts and the oldest ski race in Switzerland characterize the largest ski area of Davos Klosters. It is easily accessible with the Parsenn cable car.


The freestyle mountain – lifestyle and action!
With a state-of-the-art feeder railway you can reach the Jakobshorn. Freestylers let off steam at the “Jatz Park” and the Superpipe, lifestylers chill out on the sun terrace, dance to the sounds of international DJs or cool off in the whirlpoolModern and wild – that’s the Jakobshorn.

Zauberberg Schatzalp/Strela

The magic mountain Schatzalp/Strela above Davos, is the first decelerated ski area in Europe. Traditional winter sports, comfortable slopes with gentle slopes and rustic music at the t-bar lift make up the ski area. Here you can experience skiing like in the old days – relax and experience nature.


Toboggan run, winter sports at night and a family ski area – the Rinerhorn is the insider tip among the locals in Davos.
A very special atmosphere comes up in the evening with the illuminated slopes. With the sledge you can reach the valley on the 3.5 km long toboggan run or the illuminated ski slope.

Après-Ski & Nightlife

Turning night into day or day into night?
In Davos, party life begins at noon. Whether in Parsenn, the largest ski area in Davos or on the Jakobshorn – après-ski fans will get their money’s worth in the snow bars or on the sun terraces of the ski resorts. Once in the valley, the clubbing continues. Dance your way through the numerous party locations in Davos and Klosters and pay a visit to the well-known “Pöstli Club“, the “Ex Bar Davos” or the “Casa Antica“.

Tip: In the “Graströchni” you should definitely try “coffee with a shot“, which is offered there in various variations.

Horse-drawn carriage ride

Insider tip: A leisurely horse-drawn carriage ride to the “Restaurant Teufi“. The restaurant is located in one of the three Davos side valleys in “Dischma”, about 5 km from Davos. Enjoy homemade specialities in the cosy parlours in the traditional rustic Swiss ambience. The “Teufi” is known for the wonderful meat fondues and the original cheese fondue.

Indoor swimming pool eau-là-là

Bathing fun and relaxation in the wellness and adventure pool “eau-là-là” in Davos for young and old. With a wide range of offers such as a wellness oasis, paddling areas for children, diving facilities, a giant slide and outdoor pool, everyone gets their money’s worth here.

Cross country

Davos Klosters – the Eldorado for cross-country skiers. With the side valleys, the plateau offers extensive and varied terrain – perfect for top runners and amateur athletes. The use of the trails is free of charge. The 2.5 km long illuminated night trail has a special charm.

Classic trails: 78 km
Skating trail: 48 km
Dog trail: 15 km
Night trail: 2,5 km

Ice skating

“Eistraum Davos”
In the “Eistraum Davos” ice skating, ice hockey and curling are celebrated. The restaurant “Timeout” is open for warming up with tea and cake or for lunch.

Natural ice
There are two natural ice rinks in Davos. The 2000 m² ice rink on the “Dorfseeli” offers free ice skating and is very popular with families. It is located opposite the valley station of the Parsennbahn and right next to the stop of the local bus. An insider tip is the 1200 m² natural ice rink at the Davos Wiesen schoolhouse. Ice skating is also free.