Davos-Klosters Ski Hotel Guide - Ski accommodation


Destination Davos Klosters is formed from the municipality of Davos and Klosters, ranging from the village Wiesen in the west to Serneus in the east.

Are you a summit stormer? Then the day on our magic mountains is certain to be far too short for you! Here you're simply spoilt for choice with six great snowsport regions: Jakobshorn, Parsenn/Gotschna and family-friendly Pischa, Madrisa and Rinerhorn. And also on Schatzalp/Strela the lifts is open again.

In other words, you can take your pick of over 300 km of pistes with guaranteed snow and 61 mountain transport facilities.

Snowboarders in particular are in their pristine element on Jakobshorn! Snowboarders and freeskiers will have the time of their lives in the half pipes and fun park. And it's not only all systems go on the many pistes and installations: there's plenty of off-piste fun on tap in the ski huts. The range of national and international sporting events on Jakobshorn is quite simply colossal. Jakobshorn is the event mountain par excellence!

Parsenn / Gotschna
The Parsenn/Gotschna ski region is on the opposite side of the valley. This is the largest of the snowsport regions and easy to reach from either Davos and Klosters, with pistes to suit all levels of skiing skill. The longest downhill run is on Parsenn, from the top of the Weissfluh to Küblis (12 km). Night-time skiing is on the programme every Saturday.

Pischa, Madrisa & Rinerhorn
The family-friendly mountains of Pischa, Madrisa and Rinerhorn are fabulous for families keen on skiing. Various "children's paradise" facilities offer our tiny guests great fun and games. Pischa is a freeride region. Three runs will be marked and protected from Alpine risks but remain unprepared.

The Schatzalp Strela Bahnen Davos have created the first  "decelerated" ski area. That on the sunny side of Davos lying area Schatzalp/Strela is ideally suited to: gently sloping hills to reach from the center of Davos Platz with the renovated funicular in

Pipes and Parks
Jakobshorn has long been acclaimed as a snowboarding and freeskiing Mecca. At over 2500 m altitude, the snowpark at Jatz Junior offers various facilities with kickers, rails and  the Nidecker monsterpipe to sharpen snowboarding skills. The snowpark on Bolgen has another monsterpipe, floodlit until 21.30 h every evening except for Mondays and Thursdays and Sundays when it is closed for preparation.

Boardercross buffs will find boardercross runs on Parsenn (Totalp lift) Pischa (Mitteltäli lift) and Madrisa (near the top station of the Schaffürggli lift). And those seeking snowboarding bliss on Rinerhorn will be in their cool element at the small fun park near the training lift.

Cross Country Fun
Whether you want to glide through the romantic side valleys or train on the FIS racing piste in the Flüela Valley – or a little later on our night runs – you're certain to find your perfect piste in region Davos Klosters. The well-prepared classic and skating pistes are separate and split into various grades. And there are even special pistes along the Landwasser and the Landquart where you can take your dog.

The Tobogganing Fun
Davos Klosters is the cradle of sledging as an international sport. The first official sledge race was held in Davos as early as 1883. Now found all over the world and often copied, in its hometown the famous "Davoser" has evolved into a natural track sledge.

Ice sports Paradise
Davos Klosters is an ice-sports paradise – as much for serious skaters as for spectators. The town offers ice skating, ice speed skating, ice hockey, curling and ice stick shooting, from July to April.

Number of elevators





27 10 15

Length of skiing trails (km)


Blue Red Black Freeride
Jakobshorn 22 10 15 13
Parsenn/Gotschna 21 71 16 3
Madrisa 4 26 21 6
Rinerhorn 10 19 12 5
Pischa 5 7 0 18
Schatzalp/Strela 0 3 0 0
The highest point (m)