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The resort is divided into two areas – Davos Platz and Davos Dorf.  They are linked by the main street, which is lined with cafés, shops, boutiques and hotels.  There are six main ski resorts spread out on either side of Davos including the famous Parsenn Davos Klosters.  Railway buses and cable cars take skiers to the different areas.  The resort has an excellent lift system and reliable snow conditions throughout its long season.  The area is famous for having one of the longest runs in Europe.

Why Davos


Davos is one of the highest altitude towns in Europe and the town sits at 1,560 meters.


If you love to Ice Skate then Davos has the largest natural ice skating rink in Europe. The rink is the equivalent size to about three American football fields.


Davos is a year round town therefore offers plenty of activities for the non skier with lots of shops, theatres, museums and if you’re thirsty you can even have a beer at Europe’s highest brewery, Biervision Monstein.

Davos Mountain Statistics

Summit 2844m
Base 1124m
Vertical 1720m
Lifts 58
Runs 300km
Average Snowfall 540cm
Beginner 11%
Intermediate 28%
Advanced 61%

Davos Accommodation

Gateway City Zurich 155km

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