Ski & Snowboard

The Hotel benefits from being close to the slopes and the bus stop outside the hotel

Choose from 6 snow sports areas

Are you a peak performer? Then the days on the magical mountains of Davos Klosters will be over all too soon for you. Because you can choose between 6 mountain areas: Jakobshorn, Parsenn/Gotschna and the family-friendly mountains Madrisa and Rinerhorn. Furthermore, Schatzalp/Strela offers the first decelerated skiing resort in Europe. Pischa is the unspoiled alternative for anyone wishing to enjoy the mountains away from all the hustle and bustle. The focus is on alternatives. 

In other words: In Davos Klosters you are simply spoilt for choice - this is guaranteed by over 300 km of guaranteed snow covered slopes and 57 transport systems.

 

 

Parsenn Gotschna

The Parsenn area is accessible from Davos and Klosters. The valley station of the Parsennbahn is next to the hotel. As the largest ski-area in the region, the runs offer a variety of difficulties.  

 

 

Jakobshorn

On Jakobshorn snowboards and free-skiers are particularly at home, having a ball in the fun park. It is not only the numerous runs that see the action but the ski huts are also full of fun.

 

 

Schatzalp/Strela

slopes are home to the first "decelerated" ski area. The area is situated on the sunny side of Davos and is a gently rolling hill side.

 

 

Madrisa & Rinerhorn

are the mountains which offer ski-loving families everything they would want. There are several play areas for children to experience fun in the snow. 

 

 

Pischa

The region offers perfectly groomed winter hiking routes, designated snow shoe trails, high-altitude cross-country ski tracks and 4 fatbike tracks . It is also an excellent starting point for skitouring in open terrain (freeriding). All activities have to be accessed by the cable car from Dörfji to Pischa, which operates daily (no ski lifts).

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