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Davos Klosters

Davos is the largest resort in the Alps for mountain holidays, sport and conferences, at 1560 m the highest town in the Alps and a high-altitude health resort with a long tradition.

Davos is a winter sports metropolis for skiing and snowboarding fans from all over the world. At altitudes between 1124 and 2844 m, guests will find 58 ski lifts, 300 km of slopes, 75 km of cross-country ski tracks, two artificial ice-skating rinks and Europe's largest natural ice rink and the new "Ice Dream" for ice hockey, skating and Bavarian curling. And no fewer than eight sledging runs to have fun on!

The six Davos-Klosters skiing areas of Parsenn/Gotschna, Jakobshorn, Pischa, Madrisa, Rinerhorn and Schatzalp/Strela have been brought together into one vast winter sports arena. For skiing fanatics, the mecca is Parsenn area which connects up Davos with the neighbouring resort of Klosters. The Jakobshorn, on the other hand, is the in place for freestylers with half-pipes and cosy après-ski huts.

Our Partners

  • Ellis Brigham
    SIGB
  • English Schools Ski Association
    This Girl Can
    Ski Club GB
  • Sport England
    CSPN
  • Snowsport England
    Switzerland
    Snowsport Scotland
  • Plan My School Trip
    Snowsport Wales

Our Partners

  • CSPN
  • Ellis Brigham
  • English Schools Ski Association
  • Plan My School Trip
  • SIGB
  • Ski Club GB
  • Snowsport England
  • Snowsport Scotland
  • Snowsport Wales
  • Sport England
  • Switzerland
  • This Girl Can