- 7 chalets and apartments
- 1560 m altitude
The ski region Davos-Kloster is a unique, versatile area that offers over 260 km of groomed slopes including downhill runs of each level of difficulty. The ski area can be divided in the following five sub-areas:
• Parsenn-Gotschna (110 km slopes)
• Madrisa (55 km slopes)
• Jakobshorn (49 km slopes)
• Rinerhorn (42 km slopes)
• Pischa (13 km slopes)
Situated at the East side of the vivid town Davos, are the areas Pischa, Jakobshorn and Rinerhorn. These areas mainly offer red and blue slopes. The small area of Pischa with its sunny mountains is perfect for families with children, whereas Jakobshorn is very attractive among the young generation. Also for snowboarders this area is popular due to its spectacular ‘Sunrise’ fun park. The Rinerhorn is mainly visited by powder lovers. At the Western side of Davos two cable-cars depart to the large Parsenn-Gotschna area. From this point one can easily access the charismatic village Klosters and from here a cable-car departs to the sunny Madrisa ski area. Due to the great offer of facilities for children, like kinder land, and the short ski tows, this ski-area is very suitable for families with children.
Moreover, Davos-Klosters is also a popular destination for cross-country skiers. The region offers a great quantity of trail covering over 100 km. Besides, the area is also attractive for hikers as there are beautiful hiking paths accessible and 150 km of trails is set out throughout the area. In order to have an overview of all these trails a hiking map is made available with all the routes of the region. In addition the area offers nine sledding runs, all unique to one another and some can also be enjoyed by night.