Snowshoe Walking Guide
Duration: 1 day (6 hours)
1-2 persons CHF 400
Extra person CHF 20
Duration: Half day (3 hours)
1-2 Persons CHF 300
Extra Person CHF 20
Why to choose Ride and Smile:
- Experienced local snowshoe walking guides
- No surcharge for families
- Tailor-made routes according to your level
- Comprehensive knowledge of the region which allows us to design a complete and unforgettable experience combining snowshoe walking with a special drink or food tasting
- Event organization for family, friends and colleagues
CHF300.00 – CHF400.00
Snowshoeing in Davos Klosters
Discovering the beautiful landscape of Davos Klosters on snowshoes is a great experience, especially for non-skiers. The great advantage of this sport is that you can explore and experience the magic of the snow-covered forests and hills much more intensively.
With one of our snowshoe walking guides from Ride and Smile you can get to the most beautiful and secret points in the region. We are very familiar with the terrain and choose the most suitable trail for you – tailored to your ideas and wishes. A snowshoe trail is also suitable as an entertaining excursion with friends and family, or as a romantic night hike by moonlight followed by a candlelight dinner in the village.
Unique nature experience with our guides
As part of our snowshoe walking tours, we will show you how to use the equipment correctly and enjoy the excursion relaxed and effortless. Once you have mastered the technique, it makes no difference whether you are a beginner or an experienced snowshoe hiker. Trust one of our guides and leave the entire organization and preparation to us. This allows you to concentrate fully on the unique experience of nature.
Snowshoeing tips in Davos Klosters
The region around Davos Klosters is like no other suitable for an unforgettable snowshoe walking. Immerse yourself in the wonderfully quiet and secluded mountain landscape with its glittering mountain peaks, sunny valleys and traditional mountain huts that invite you to take a leisurely breather.
One of the most popular routes is the summit tour on the Jakobshorn, which leads past the Stadlersee to Rossboden at 2,600 meters above sea level. The Pischa snow sports area is also ideal for snowshoeing. From above you have an unrestricted panoramic view of the entire region. Another tip is the Zügenhüttli snowshoe trail on Madrisa, including a view of Klosters.
Book one of our snowshoe walking guides from Ride and Smile to discover the region from a new perspective!
Looking forward to what else to do during winter in Davos Klosters? Check out our blog for more information.
I was there with my kids (1st and 3rd year of snowboarding for the kids) and they truly enjoyed the lessons with Matteo.
Matteo really knows how to motivate kids and how to teach snowboarding from beginners to pros.