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Davos Klosters Resort Overview

Located in the heart of the Swiss Alps, Davos Klosters offers the ultimate ski experience. The two towns of Davos and Klosters, each with their unique charm, sprawl across an altitude ranging from 1,500m to 2,844m. Known as one of the world’s oldest winter sports resorts, Davos Klosters boasts a blend of rustic Swiss charm and modern amenities.

The resort offers a diverse range of accommodation, from traditional chalets and modern apartments to 5-star luxury hotels, all designed to cater to your every need. With the ski season typically running from November to April, Davos Klosters offers plentiful snowfall and excellent piste conditions.

Skiing in Davos Klosters

Davos Klosters is a haven for skiers of all abilities. The resort offers 300 km of pisted terrain, with a range of slopes for beginners, intermediates and advanced skiers.

For beginners, the Bolgen and Bünda slopes offer gentle, wide pistes perfect for easing into the sport. Intermediate skiers will relish the ample choice of blue and red runs spread across the resort’s five mountains. The Weissfluhgipfel-Parsenn area is a particular favourite, with its extensive network of intermediate-friendly slopes.

Advanced skiers can challenge themselves on the black runs down from the Weissfluhgipfel and the steep descents on the Jakobshorn. The Pischa area offers a paradise for freeriders with its unmarked and unpatrolled powder runs.

For those who love freestyle skiing, the JatzPark on Jakobshorn is a must-visit with its jumps, boxes, and rails designed for all skill levels.

Is Davos Klosters Family-friendly?

With its wide range of slopes, family-friendly accommodations, and plenty of non-ski activities, Davos Klosters is an excellent ski resort for families. The resort offers various services to make your family holiday as smooth as possible, such as childcare facilities and ski kindergarten.

Off the slopes, families can enjoy the Madrisa Land adventure park in Klosters, the largest indoor rope park in Switzerland at the Davos Adventure Park, or a fun-filled day of tobogganing on one of the longest sled runs in Europe.

Après-Ski Scene in Davos Klosters

Davos Klosters provides a vibrant après-ski scene with a diverse selection of bars, pubs and clubs. The Bolgenschanze in Davos is a popular spot for its lively atmosphere and live music, while the Gaudy’s Graströchni at the foot of the Jakobshorn is famous for its unique umbrella bar.

In Klosters, the Casa Antica nightclub is a favourite amongst locals and tourists alike for late-night dancing. For a more laid-back evening, the Chämi Bar offers a cosy atmosphere with its open fireplace and comfy seats.

Dining in Davos Klosters

Dining in Davos Klosters is a treat, with over 100 restaurants offering everything from traditional Swiss cuisine to international gastronomy. For a unique dining experience, try Fondue Chuchi in Davos, where you can enjoy traditional Swiss fondue in a cosy wooden chalet. In Klosters, the Michelin-starred Walserhof offers a gourmet menu that is sure to impress.

How to Get to Davos Klosters

The closest airports to Davos Klosters are Zurich (2h 30m), Friedrichshafen (2h 30m) and Innsbruck (2h 45m). Regular train services from Zurich to Davos and Klosters offer a scenic and relaxing journey. If you prefer to drive, there are parking facilities available at the resort.

Davos Klosters Insider Tips

  • If you’re an early bird, join the ‘First Track’ experience and enjoy the sunrise and untouched pistes on Jakobshorn.
  • Take a break from skiing and enjoy a horse-drawn sleigh ride through the snowy landscape.
  • For an unforgettable dining experience, make a reservation at the romantic Höhenrestaurant Alpenrose.
  • For a unique après-ski experience, head to the outdoor Igloo Bar at the Parsenn mountain station.


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