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Davos
Mittelbünden-Panoramaweg
Mittelbünden-Panoramaweg
Stage 2, Arosa–Davos
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Walserweg
Walserweg
Stage 14, Sertig Dörfli–Davos
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ViaValtellina
ViaValtellina
Stage 4, Davos–S-chanf
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Jakobsweg Graubünden
Jakobsweg Graubünden
Stage 9, Davos Dorf–Langwis
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Jakobsweg Graubünden
Jakobsweg Graubünden
Stage 8, Dürrboden–Davos Dorf
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ViaValtellina
ViaValtellina
Stage 3, Klosters (Schlappin)–Davos
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Davosersee Rundweg
Davosersee Rundweg
Route 704, Davos Dorf–Davos Dorf
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Alpentour Davos Klosters
Alpentour Davos Klosters
Route 791, Davos (Stn Höhenweg)–Glaris (Station)
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Mountain biking in

Davos
Graubünden Bike
Graubünden Bike
Pischa
Chörbschhorn
Rinerhorn / Sertig
Durannapass–Strelapass
Parsenn
Landschaft Davos
Monstein
Zügenschlucht
Davoser Taltour
Davos
Davos

Davos

Davos in Grisons is a place of superlatives: the holiday destination with an international ambience 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.
This long-drawn-out town in the Landwasser valley is renowned above all as a conference centre, and also as a major winter sports centre with an international flavour and a huge range of activities. Its showpiece is its modern Conference Centre, which hosts the World Economic Forum WEF (nearly) every year. In the centre of Davos, visitors will find a wide range of accommodation and excellent shopping, with numerous boutiques, cafés and restaurants. At night, too, there’s plenty of entertainment, with bars, discos and a casino. Davos is also the headquarters of the well-known Weissfluhjoch/Davos Federal Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research.

Summer

The cable-cars on the Jakobshorn (2590 m), Parsenn including the Weissfluhjoch und -gipfel (2844 m), Pischa (2483 m), Rinerhorn (2490 m) and Schatzalp/Strela provide access to four hiking areas with a total of 450 km of marked footpaths. Anyone seeking rest and relaxation amid unspoilt nature should head off on foot, by bike or by horse-drawn carriage up the romantic side valleys of Sertig, Dischma or Flüela.

For a change of scene, visit the Davos Lake with its swimming area and a sailing and surfing centre. In addition, there are opportunities for hang-gliding and paragliding and mountain bike and inline skating routes. Davos is also the starting point for excursions on the famous Glacier Express, and the Heidi and Bernina Express trains.

Winter

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 54 ski lifts, 320 km of slopes, 75 km of cross-country ski tracks, two artificial ice-skating rinks and Europe’s largest natural ice rink for people to skate or play curling on. And no fewer than five sledging runs to have fun on! The six Davos-Klosters skiing areas of Parsenn, Gotschna, Jakobshorn, Pischa, Madrisa and Rinerhorn have been brought together into one vast winter sports arena. For skiing fanatics, the mecca is the Parsenn and Weissfluhjoch area which connects up with the neighbouring resort of Klosters. The Jakobshorn, on the other hand, is the in place for snowboarders, with its half-pipe and monster pipe. For a quieter time, take a ride by horse-drawn sledge into the snowy side valleys, or experience the Davos mountains from 84 km of beautifully prepared winter footpaths and snow-shoe trails.

Highlights

  • Kirchner Museum – the world’s largest collection of works by the German Expressionist Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1880-1938) is housed in an innovative modern museum building.
  • Zügenschlucht – a wild and romantic gorge with the spectacular RhB railway line and a mining museum at the Schmelzboden at 1340 m, and the Geology Trail between Davos-Monstein and Wiesen.
  • Monstein Brewery – the highest brewery in Europe and the first brewery in the canton of Grisons to open to the public. The ABC of beer-making, guided tour, tasting.
  • The Schatzalp (1861m) inspired the German author Thomas Mann to write his novel "The Magic Mountain”, published in 1924. An Alpine botanical garden, the Alpinum Schatzalp, with about 800 different species of plant from all over the world. Flowers are best in June and July. Enjoy a change of scene on the summer sledging run.
  • Sertigtal – its unique natural beauty and mountain scenery make for an unforgettable alpine experience. Popular destination for rides by horse-drawn carriage or sledge.
Davos in Grisons is a place of superlatives: the holiday destination with an international ambience 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.
This long-drawn-out town in the Landwasser valley is renowned above all as a conference centre, and also as a major winter sports centre with an international flavour and a huge range of activities. Its showpiece is its modern Conference Centre, which hosts the World Economic Forum WEF (nearly) every year. In the centre of Davos, visitors will find a wide range of accommodation and excellent shopping, with numerous boutiques, cafés and restaurants. At night, too, there’s plenty of entertainment, with bars, discos and a casino. Davos is also the headquarters of the well-known Weissfluhjoch/Davos Federal Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research.

Summer

The cable-cars on the Jakobshorn (2590 m), Parsenn including the Weissfluhjoch und -gipfel (2844 m), Pischa (2483 m), Rinerhorn (2490 m) and Schatzalp/Strela provide access to four hiking areas with a total of 450 km of marked footpaths. Anyone seeking rest and relaxation amid unspoilt nature should head off on foot, by bike or by horse-drawn carriage up the romantic side valleys of Sertig, Dischma or Flüela.

For a change of scene, visit the Davos Lake with its swimming area and a sailing and surfing centre. In addition, there are opportunities for hang-gliding and paragliding and mountain bike and inline skating routes. Davos is also the starting point for excursions on the famous Glacier Express, and the Heidi and Bernina Express trains.

Winter

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 54 ski lifts, 320 km of slopes, 75 km of cross-country ski tracks, two artificial ice-skating rinks and Europe’s largest natural ice rink for people to skate or play curling on. And no fewer than five sledging runs to have fun on! The six Davos-Klosters skiing areas of Parsenn, Gotschna, Jakobshorn, Pischa, Madrisa and Rinerhorn have been brought together into one vast winter sports arena. For skiing fanatics, the mecca is the Parsenn and Weissfluhjoch area which connects up with the neighbouring resort of Klosters. The Jakobshorn, on the other hand, is the in place for snowboarders, with its half-pipe and monster pipe. For a quieter time, take a ride by horse-drawn sledge into the snowy side valleys, or experience the Davos mountains from 84 km of beautifully prepared winter footpaths and snow-shoe trails.

Highlights

  • Kirchner Museum – the world’s largest collection of works by the German Expressionist Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1880-1938) is housed in an innovative modern museum building.
  • Zügenschlucht – a wild and romantic gorge with the spectacular RhB railway line and a mining museum at the Schmelzboden at 1340 m, and the Geology Trail between Davos-Monstein and Wiesen.
  • Monstein Brewery – the highest brewery in Europe and the first brewery in the canton of Grisons to open to the public. The ABC of beer-making, guided tour, tasting.
  • The Schatzalp (1861m) inspired the German author Thomas Mann to write his novel "The Magic Mountain”, published in 1924. An Alpine botanical garden, the Alpinum Schatzalp, with about 800 different species of plant from all over the world. Flowers are best in June and July. Enjoy a change of scene on the summer sledging run.
  • Sertigtal – its unique natural beauty and mountain scenery make for an unforgettable alpine experience. Popular destination for rides by horse-drawn carriage or sledge.

Arrival and return Davos

Adresse

Destination Davos Klosters
Tourismus- und Sportzentrum
Talstrasse 41
7270 Davos Platz
Tel. +41 (0)81 415 21 21
info@davos.ch
www.davos.ch

Services

Accommodation

Grischa - DAS Hotel Davos
Grischa - DAS Hotel Davos
Davos Platz
Hard Rock Hotel Davos
Hard Rock Hotel Davos
Davos Platz
Hotel Bellevue Wiesen
Hotel Bellevue Wiesen
Davos Wiesen
Hotel Dischma
Hotel Dischma
Davos Dorf
Hotel Restaurant Walserhuus Sertig
Hotel Restaurant Walserhuus Sertig
Davos Clavadel
Hotel Seehof Davos
Hotel Seehof Davos
Davos Dorf
Hotel-Restaurant Ducan
Hotel-Restaurant Ducan
Davos Monstein
Jugendherberge Davos
Jugendherberge Davos
Davos Dorf
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Places of interest

Alpinum Schatzalp
Alpinum Schatzalp
BierVision, Monstein
BierVision, Monstein
Bikepark Färich Davos
Bikepark Färich Davos
Kirchner Museum
Kirchner Museum
Scalettapass – avalanches and disputes
Scalettapass – avalanches and disputes
Summer Toboggan Run, Schatzalp
Summer Toboggan Run, Schatzalp
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Hiking in

Davos
Mittelbünden-Panoramaweg
Mittelbünden-Panoramaweg
Stage 2, Arosa–Davos
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Walserweg
Walserweg
Stage 14, Sertig Dörfli–Davos
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ViaValtellina
ViaValtellina
Stage 4, Davos–S-chanf
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Jakobsweg Graubünden
Jakobsweg Graubünden
Stage 9, Davos Dorf–Langwis
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Jakobsweg Graubünden
Jakobsweg Graubünden
Stage 8, Dürrboden–Davos Dorf
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ViaValtellina
ViaValtellina
Stage 3, Klosters (Schlappin)–Davos
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Davosersee Rundweg
Davosersee Rundweg
Route 704, Davos Dorf–Davos Dorf
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Alpentour Davos Klosters
Alpentour Davos Klosters
Route 791, Davos (Stn Höhenweg)–Glaris (Station)
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Mountain biking in

Davos
Graubünden Bike
Graubünden Bike
Pischa
Chörbschhorn
Rinerhorn / Sertig
Durannapass–Strelapass
Parsenn
Landschaft Davos
Monstein
Zügenschlucht
Davoser Taltour