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Why has Switzerland considered the best place to go skiing?

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Breathtaking landscapes, suitable slopes for beginners, adrenaline-filled slopes almost vertical, the best off-piste in Europe, cozy and inviting resorts for the whole family: Yes, you can find those attractions and more on the beautiful mountains of Switzerland!

We cannot deny that Switzerland is synonymous with safety, quality, and trust. Precisely for this reason, it is the choice of ski vacation for many travelers. In addition to this surefire tripod, this little country holds some of the largest Europe’s ski resorts that offer impeccable structure on and off the slopes.

There you’ll find wide ski slopes, well prepared and signposted, with ski instructors certified by the renowned Swiss Snow Sports organization on which they are tested annually.

The resorts offer the highest level of public transport, with punctual services and friendly staff. Still, hospitality is the watchword in restaurants, bars, and resorts.

Ski destinations in Switzerland are far from being widely planned, on the contrary. They have, throughout history, been carefully built near mountain villages. That is one of the factors that makes this place unique and special: its picturesque landscapes have been preserved, as well as its traditional alpine charm.

What are the reasons to spend holidays in Davos Klosters, one of the best ski resorts in Switzerland?

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easy access

When in Davos Klosters, you quickly get to the chosen resort – and that makes all the difference! That may be considered one of the most important reasons to opt for the destination.

From Zurich, Switzerland’s central city, it is 137 km – 1 hour and 40 minutes by car. From Kloten Airport, you can reach Davos Klosters within 2 hours.

One destination, two cities

The connection between the two cities is another reason worth visiting.

Davos is connected to Klosters through the mountains – Klosters is a cozy and charming village where many international names, such as Prince Charles (his first visit was 40 years ago, and he keeps visiting it) and his sons William and Harry; U2 singer Bono; and actress Julia Roberts have already spent their winter holidays.

To bring together international names like those, naturally, the place offers services in the best standards, complete infrastructure, and different leisure options, with discreet touches of refinement.

Davos is the highest town in Europe, an ideal place for the ones who love sports – all kinds of them since it holds a unique diversity of sports, leisure and cultural offers with its rejuvenating climate. Events and scenarios are special there: the HC Davos, the Spengler Cup, the Kirchner Museum, the World Economic Forum, and the famous freestyle scene on Jakobshorn.

Davos is known as “The Magic Mountain”; the nickname was given by a German writer and remains. Its atmosphere of refinement and party consists of numerous hotel options, catering to all tastes and profiles, starred restaurants, and vivacious nightlife in high seasons.

You can easily move between destinations: take a train, and in 20 minutes you will be done. By car, it takes 10 minutes, or you can even ski between them.

Leisure with security

The ski resort reaches 3,000 meters in altitude, which makes it very snow-safe.

There is 269 km of ski slopes and 80 different slopes that satisfy all profiles for snow sports. The region also has seven different mountains, and each one has a specialty.

Parsenn, in Davos, is known as the central ski area, which links both of the cities. It is also considered the cradle of skiing in the country, and you can get there from Klosters, via the Gotschna Mountain.

Adults who want to start skiing are invited to go to Schatzalp, the perfect mountain to kick off. There you can find the Hotel Schatzalp, a former sanatorium, and a place full of charm and history.

Jakobshorn is where it all happens, the most agitated mountain in the region. Its Funpark JatzPark attracts snowboarders since it holds 2,500 meters of height, superpipe, rails, and kickers.

Radical snow sports can be practiced in Pischa, also inviting for mountain ski-touring, off-piste, and snowshoe walking. In case Parsenn is crowded, it is worth visiting Rinerhorn, especially during the peak weeks of the season.

The Madrisa mountain is very famous for being suitable for families. Located in Klosters, you will find fun options for every kind of practitioners – including those who choose not to ski but watch from outside. Its well-prepared infrastructure offers two restaurants, child care, and a playground for kids. Children can play in the snow with the several toys made for that – which makes the game even more irresistible!

Ski School - Ride and Smile is Sports & Adventures in Davos Klosters
Ski School - Ride and Smile is Sports & Adventures in Davos Klosters
Ski School - Ride and Smile is Sports & Adventures in Davos Klosters
Ski School - Ride and Smile is Sports & Adventures in Davos Klosters
Ski School - Ride and Smile is Sports & Adventures in Davos Klosters
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