The ski area of Davos, together with Klosters, forms a fantastic ski paradise surrounded by five ski resorts with a total of 320 kilometres of pistes. The public attraction is the Parsenn-Gotschna area. This area with 108 kilometres of slopes is located around the Weissfluhjoch. From here, wonderful long descents from each level leading into the valley. Snowboarders and freestylers meet on the Jacobshorn and free-riders prefer Pischa. There are also varied trails and hiking trails. The hikers can find real peace in this environment.
In Klosters is the Madrisa ski area which is especially good for children. There are varied trails for cross-country skiers. The area itself offers a large and varied variety of slopes. The village offers a village alternative to the city of Davos and offers accommodation for all tastes. The true lovers of long runs can indulge themselves here with five endless runs from the Weissfluhjoch to the valleys.
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