Varied high-altitude terrain and excellent non-ski activities

  • Lift pass offer:  Free lift pass included with your stay at Club Hotel Davos, available all season - Please see our lift pass offers page for more details 
  • Ski up to altitudes of 2845 metres
  • 300 kilometres of pistes across the Davos-Klosters ski area
  • 24 blue, 40 red and 12 black runs 

Davos, a bustling town just up and over from the more genteel Klosters, is located in a spectacular valley with great views all around. You may know it as the famed annual World Economic Forum host, but there's plenty more to see and do in this friendly town. Enjoy world class skiing, winter walking, sledging or if you're lucky you can see the Swiss champions Hockey Club Davos at the towns ice rink. 

Skiing and snowboarding in Davos

With high-altitude skiing across six different areas, the linked Davos and Klosters region, includes the celebrated Parsenn, Jakobshorn, Rinerhorn, Pischa, Gotschna and Madrisa mountains. There's a good mix of beginner, intermediate and advanced slopes - so there's something for skiers and boarders of all levels. We love the extensive Parsenn area, which has upwards of a hundred pistes, and amazing long runs all the way down to Serneus and Küblis - it's the key to the heart of the Davos-Klosters skiing, and the location for the legendary annual Parsenn Derby race. 

Where to stay in Davos

Davos is split into two parts Davos Dorf and Davos Platz - both areas are conveniently linked by bus, train or about 45 minutes on foot. With Inghams you'll have a choice of high quality 4 and 5 star hotels in both areas. Whether you're after a little luxury, something modern or somewhere with spa facilities so that you relax and unwind after a big day on the slopes, we've got the hotel for you. They're all located close to the lifts, accessing different areas of the mountains. You'll never be far from a train station or bus stop - so it couldn't be easier to explore different parts of the resort. 

Bars and restaurants in Davos

There are some great mountain restaurants on the slopes - Schwendi at Parsenn is one of our favourite lunch spots serving up tasty local dishes. In the evenings, stroll down the town’s Promenade Street and you'll find lots of cosy restaurants and cafés. If you're looking for something a bit more lively there's a good apres and night life scene in town - live music and DJ sets are often on the cards.

What's included in an Inghams holiday to Davos

When you book with Inghams you'll have flights, rail transfers and accommodation included in the holiday price. We also offer the option to add on your lift pass, equipment hire - check out the Ski Extras tab below for more information. 

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Added value

Free Child Lift Passes up to 5yrs

Free Child Skis & Boots when 2 adults pre-book

Ski hotels in Davos

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Hotel Seehof Fireplace And Lounge

The Seehof is an elegant hotel in a great location on the main Davos promenade and just next door to the Parsenn ski lift. One of the oldest hotels in resort, it offers high standards of service and cuisine, available on a half board basis. Many of the public areas and guest rooms have been recently refurbished.

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The Central Sport is in a great location in Davos Platz close to the ski bus stop, with easy links to the ski lifts. With excellent service, food and facilities and offered on a half board basis, it's the perfect choice for a ski or snowboarding break in Davos. 

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Club Hotel, Davos - Exterior

Club Hotel Davos is located in just outside the centre of resort and provides access to some great facilities including a heated indoor swimming pool. Not only does the hotel have convenient access to the ski area, your lift pass is included with your stay! Available on a half board basis.

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Hilton Garden Inn Exterior

The Hotel Hilton Garden Inn is located 5 minutes from Davos Platz, and offers a range of facilities throughout your stay. Visit the sauna and steam room for some well needed relaxation hours, or maintain your stamina in the fitness room. The bus stop is located just outside the hotel, where you'll find buses taking you to the slopes and ski lifts. This hotel is offered on a half board basis, with breakfast and dinner served in the onsite Grille & Bar Restaurant. 

Ski and Snowboard Information
Skiing levels
Beginner
Intermediates
Advanced
Snowboard
Cross country

Beginners skiing and snowboarding in Davos

Ski school takes place at Bolgen and Buenda in Davos and there are some easy runs at Parsenn for gaining confidence. Bolgen and Bunda are in the valley bottom; and there are lots of easy blues to practice on further up. The mix of slopes give lots of variety for those new to boarding.  

Intermediates skiing and snowboarding Davos

The wide and rolling blue and red runs are brilliant for cruising intermediate skiers or boarders looking to improve technique. There's a huge range of blues and reds, some quite challenging, to bring people along; and dozens of wooden huts to stop for refreshments. 

Advanced skiing and snowboarding in Davos

Try the 12 kilometre challenge from Weissfluhgipfel to Küblis on the Parsenn, or head to Rinerhorn and Jakobshorn for some exhilirating black runs. There's acres of off-piste, loads of ski touring; glacier trails on the Silvretta; and challenging, marked ski routes that are not pisted. 

Off piste and snow parks in Davos

Spend the day in snowpark Jakobshorn with its half-pipes and jumps. Rinerhorn is mostly t-bars, so no problem for experienced boarders. On deep-powder day's it's hard to beat skiing and boarding in this area. 

Cross-country skiing in Davos

With over 75 kilometres of prepared trails, Davos is one of the best choices for cross-country skiers! No trail pass required. It's linked with Klosters, offering a further 35 kilometres of trails.


Mountain facts
Area 300 km
Resort Altitude 1560m
Ski Alt. From 1200m
Ski Alt. To 2845m
Runs 24 40 12
Lifts Lifts 57
Lift Ski LockersYes
Night Skiing IncludedNo
Off-piste OptionsYes
Things to do in Davos

Restaurants, food and drink

Davos is a fully established town, rather than a purpose built ski resort. Which means there is a great selection of bars and restaurants in town and all sorts of cuisine to choose from. There's everything from small traditional Swiss raclette to tasty Chinese cuisine. 

Après, bars and nightlife

You'll find lively après on and off the mountain in Davos. Begin in the Jatzhütte on Jakobshorn before the lifts close and move on to Bolgen Plaza when the skiing stops. Those looking for nightlife should head to Pöstli Club. Its the place to be and be seen. Dress to impress and head inside where you'll find a buzzing atmosphere and DJs on the decks. For something more chilled out after a day on the slopes, check out the popular Ex Bar in the centre of Davos. Here you can grab a beer and watch sport on the big screen or why not give the foosball table a spin. 

Shopping 

In Davos you will find boutiques with international brands, sports shops, watches and jewellery as well as local hand crafts. 

Tobogganing and sledging

The first toboggan race took place in Davos back in 1883 and it's still really popular in the area. Davos Klosters has sledge runs to have fun on. It's a great activity to do as a family!

Winter walking & snow shoeing 

With 111 kilometres of marked walking trails in Davos, you'll have plenty of snow cleared routes to explore. The Hohe Promenade in Davos is one of our favourite gentle walks. Take the elevated promenade from amazing views over the town and the surrounding mountains. 

Ice-skating

The Seehofseeli is Europe’s largest natural ice rink and it's right in the centre of Davos Dorf. When you're not on the slopes head here for skating, curling and even ice hockey. There's also Davos World of Ice, where you can try out lots of ice sports over the winter season. 

 

Lift Pass
6 days Season Child
6 - 12 years
Youth
13 - 17 years
Adult
18 - 64 years
Senior
65+ years
Whole Area Pass Low £144 £245 £346 £319
High £157 £268 £381 £350

Lift pass information

Whole Area Pass excludes Schatzalp/Strela

CHF 5.00 payable in resort for lift pass key card

Free lift pass for children under 6 years with access to the Davos Klosters Mountains (valley and practice lifts excluded)

Beginners should book in resort for reduced prices

Season dates

  • Low season: 01 Nov 24 - 20 Dec 24 and 05 Apr 25 - 30 Apr 25
  • High season: 21 Dec 24 - 04 Apr 25

 

Prices and supplements are correct at time of publishing but may vary up or down. Correct prices will be advised at the time of booking.

Equipment Hire
6 days Category

Child

7 - 12 years

Adult

13+ years

Skis Red £63 £128
Black - £174
Skis & boots Red £102 £202

White category skis and boots are available for children aged 0 – 6 years: £63

6 days Category

Child

7 - 12 years

Adult

13+ years

Snowboard Red £88 £128
Snowboard & boots Red £162 £202

Equipment information

Free storage for hired equipment at shop

Own equipment can be stored for approx. CHF 2.00 per day

If 2 adults pre-book skis and boots, 1 child aged 0 - 12 years receives free ski and boot hire

Our partner shop is Parsenn Sport, located next door to the Hotel Seehof and Parsenn funicular in Davos Dorf. Please see here for a description of hire categories.

 

Prices and supplements are correct at time of publishing but may vary up or down. Correct prices will be advised at the time of booking.

Tuition

Ski Tuition

Child 

Adult

5 days 

£303

£303

 

Snowboard Tuition

Child
8- 12 years

Adult 13 + years

5 days 

£275

£275

Tuition information

Levels of tuition

  • Beginner: never skied before
  • Level 1: advanced beginner; can control speed, snowplough and change direction on gentle slopes 
  • Level 2: low intermediate; snowplough turns and start to ski parallel
  • Level 3: good intermediate; parallel turns 
  • Advanced: fully confident on all slopes and looking to improve technique

Please ensure you pre-book tuition for high season dates to avoid the ski schools being fully booked.

 

Prices and supplements are correct at time of publishing. Up-to-date prices are confirmed at time of booking.

Travel and Transportation

All our holidays include return travel to resort either by flight or train and then the transfer to your accommodation.

Departures are on Saturdays with stays for 7 or 14 nights and flexible duration on any day departures are available with certain hotels

Private transfers and self drive options are available, call to book these.

Travel Information

Flights to Zurich.

Transfer time

  • Zurich airport: approx. 2hrs 45mins - 3 hours by rail, with two changes

All transfers are by Swiss Rail to Davos. It is easy with the railway station at Zurich Airport.

Your train tickets will be sent to you before departure. Our reps in resort will be in touch so you can let them know which train you are on and they will arrange the pick up from the resort railway station to your hotel. They will advise on the return trains and organise to get you to the railway station.

Travel by Train from the UK

We have a 7 night train option to Davos that can be booked online. 

This is a train via Paris, Zurich and Landquart to Davos. The reps will then organise the transfer from the railway station to your hotel.

How to Book Online

Using the holiday search at the top of this page, select “London St Pancras” on the “Departing from” drop down.

Here are the provisional timings

Saturdays 

Depart

Arrive

London St Pancras to Paris Gare du Nord

06:31

 09:48

Paris Gare de Lyon to Zurich

11:56

15:37

Zurich to Lanquart

18:38

19:42

Landquart to Davos Dorf

19:47

20:53

Tickets for the metro transfer in Paris (2 stops) are provided. Our reps will organise the transfer from the railway station in Davos to your hotel.

Return transfer timings will be confirmed when you book.

Good to know

  • High altitude skiing 
  • Famous resorts in the heart of Graubünden
  • Six different ski areas included on one lift pass
  • Davos–Klosters active card gives discount on mountain lifts, trains, buses, museums, indoor swimming, tennis, badminton & squash, climbing and festivals
  • Transfer by rail from Zurich
  • Inghams phone rep service
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