Winter fun in Klosters

The 307 km of ski slopes and 55 ski lifts and mountain railways make the Davos Klosters skiing area a real winter sports paradise. And with 105 km of prepared trails, there's plenty for cross-country skiing fans to get excited about, too. For hiking enthusiasts, there are 120 km of magical winter walks and footpaths to choose from. But if you don't want to explore the beautiful Davos scenery on foot or on skis, why not just enjoy a romantic horse-drawn carriage ride, wrapped up in a warm blanket.

Davos Klosters was the birthplace of sledging as a sport and the Davos sledge is the archetypal sledge. Find out just how much fun you can have on 2 runners and enjoy racing down the well-groomed sledging runs. The Rinerhorn and the Schatzalp are ideal for this.

Younger visitors are also well catered for in Davos. For example, on the Dwarves run on the Rinerhorn, children encounter cheeky dwarves and friendly witches beside the ski slope. They can have great fun on the seesaw and they'll love the final jump at the end of the run.

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Davos Klosters Inside

Winter experiences with local insiders

Davos Klosters Inside consists of about 20 different experiences in the categories Sport & Adventure, Kids & Family, Visits & Excursions, and Art & Culture, which are offered free of charge every week from mid-December until mid-April.