The glamorous side of the Alps: your guide to Davos Klosters

For luxury in a stunning alpine setting, Davos and Klosters provide a unique experience. Discover how to make the most of these top Swiss Alp resorts with our insider guide.
The glamorous Swiss resorts of Davos and Klosters offer an exciting mix of bustling activity and nightlife, as well as essential spots for quiet contemplation and privacy, the ideal combination for the discerning winter sports enthusiast.

Skiing reigns supreme

With access to one of the largest ski regions in the world, including 200 miles of breathtaking runs, there are plenty of slopes in Davos Klosters to keep everyone entertained.

Whether you’re looking for the thrill of a high speed descent, a remote cross country challenge, or something a little more laid back and low key there are opportunities to ski everything here.

It goes far beyond the pistes...

Of course, an area such as Davos and Klosters has much more to offer than just skiing and there are some wonderful walking routes in this area along glistening cleared paths with stunning surroundings on all sides.

If you want to up the tempo, why not take on one of the hiking trails in the Davos countryside, where you can discover once in a lifetime sights, including a Waterfall circular route.

Thrills, spills and family-friendly fun

Alternatively, there is the legendary toboggan run: at 2.8km long, it winds through typical alpine woodland and is particularly romantic when floodlit in the evenings.

Activities in and around Davos and Klosters are numerous. Madrisa Land: World of Legends and Fantasy on the Madrisa provides lots of family appeal via snow based adventures, such as a ‘tubing run’ and a speed course.

The Fun Park, meanwhile, is fully equipped with rails, kickers and jumps, the park offers those looking to hone their ski and board skills the opportunity to do so right on the doorstep.

Exclusive, exciting nightlife

Off the snow, there is a broad brush of entertainment, drinking and dining to enjoy in Davos and Klosters.

A buzzy local nightlife revolves around world-renowned bars and clubs attracting an international crowd and well-known DJs.

Dining is exquisite with even the smallest restaurants serving dishes bursting with taste and flavour. Some of the most exclusive restaurants, such as the Gault Millau which has wines from the Pöstli cellar, rival the best establishments in the world.

Weissfluhgipfel is a great gourmet spot for dining post late night skiing on the Parsenn and has some of the most breathtaking alpine views in the region.

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