There are five ski areas around Davos, all easily accessible without a car. To use them, you have to buy a ski pass. You can bring your own gear or rent everything at a local sports shop. The around 100km of perfectly groomed cross-country trails are free to use and can be accessed from almost anywhere in Davos. Also for cross-country, you can use your own gear or rent whatever you need in town. Winter walking is a gentle and beautiful approach to enjoy the snowy landscapes; almost 160km of tracks are waiting for you. Tobogganing is good fun, not only for children! Take a cable car up one of the mountains and enjoy the fast ride down, or walk up to a cosy hut for a coffee and bring your sledge for the way down. After all that fresh air, you might crave a warm pool or sauna – the pools are right next to the conference centre in the middle of town.
- Ski and snowboard (on and off piste)
- Cross-country skiing
- Winter walking
- Fat biking
- Night-time winter sports
- Wellness and pools
Davos Klosters inside
Winter guest programme from Davos Tourism Services (with book-able activities and free guides)
The Ernst Ludwig Kirchner Museum in Davos houses the World’s largest collection of Kirchner’s works, it is located in the centre of Davos and only a few minutes walk from the conference centre. There are also further small museums and galleries well worth a visit. If you need something to read, visit the library, which also has a whole floor full of books for children. The event calendar lists all that happens around Davos, and if you have a little more time, consider taking a trip with the “little red one”, the Rhaetian Railways, boasting a number of spectacular bridges, viaducts and tunnels in a breath-taking alpine environment.
- Event calendar
- Churches and chapels
- Event calendar
- Trip with the Rhaetian Railways
Choose from the many different options to eat well and find a restaurant that suits you. Make sure to book your table – winter season is a busy time in Davos.