About the Resort
Davos is big bustling resort found high up in the Alps, you’ve got a great choice of six ski areas including Klosters. Catering for skiers of all standards, including the youngest visitors, the resort is made up of grey block buildings so isn’t the most picturesque of ski resorts. With loads to
Thanks to its link with Klosters, you’ve got a massive 300km of the Davos piste map to discover. No matter what level of skier you are, you’ll find a great variety here. Beginners should head to the bunny lifts of Bolgen and Bünda which you’ll find just a walk away from the centre. There’s a good mix of ski schools for little ones and those new to ski, plus the Top Secret snowboarding school. If you’re looking for a quieter Davos piste to build your confidence, it’s well worth heading for Schatzalp/Strela. Read more
Davos has always had a reputation for being a more luxurious resort with many famous visitors over the years, including Sir Arthur Conan-Doyle. Located in the highest town of the Alps, it began as a health and spa resort. Read more
You’ll find an excellent choice of Davos ski accommodation to choose from with around 140 available. Although there are many luxury Davos hotels to choose from, you’ll also find lots of more budget-friendly options. Read more
When it comes to altitude, Davos is one of the highest resorts up in the Alps. If you’re thinking about Davos weather, the best time to visit is April, when you’ll find an average snow depth of 205cm at the top. Read more
We like Davos as it has a superb choice of pistes, with many of them being long runs to enjoy. They’ve thought about transfers with a good network of transport to get you around. Thanks to its high-altitude location, it benefits from a longer season.. Read more
+Plenty of non ski activities
+Great variety of slopes.
Things to think about
-Five seperate areas of slopes.
-Lacking in real ski resort atmosphere and charm.
Regional Pass Davos Klosters Mountains
Child Pass 6-12 Years