Klosters, the ski resort located down the road from Davos, is connected to the same ski circuit, making it easy to explore both villages during a Davos ski vacation. Smaller in size and quainter in nature, Klosters' village offers a warm and picturesque surrounding for your après-ski activities: shopping, tennis, squash, sleigh rides, night life and cultural events.With five ski areas spread out on both sides of the valley and descents from almost 9,000 feet, Davos skiing offers the alpine skier an endless amount of terrain. Advanced to expert skiers and snowboarders are best served at Davos, and intermediates have a handful of good options; one, because there are technically no beginner runs, and two, because it requires a somewhat seasoned skier to navigate Davos’ never-ending expanse. Freestyle enthusiasts will be happy with Davos’ two terrain parks. First-time park riders all the way to professionals will enjoy Davos, but its Jakobshorn’s Jatz Park that will really get the adrenaline pumping. Jatz Park is also home to one of Europe’s largest superpipes.
Snow conditions are generally good, thanks to the area’s high alpine locale, but there is snow-making capability for the lower portion of the mountain to ensure coverage in the chance of a low snowfall year.
Great SkiingDavos offers every skier level a great skiing variety. The views were unbelievable! Lift systems were excellent and the variety of restaurants on the mountain were endless. Most trails in the blue & green category were groomed. I'd go back there again!Also a great place for a spouse or family member that does not ski -many other activities including snow shoeing, sledding, cross country, hiking, walking, shopping, etc.