The region of Davos offers pure mountain magic
Davos is the highest city in Europe and famous for its variety of sports, leisure and cultural activities, the legendary healthy climate, HC Davos, the Spengler Cup, the Kirchner Museum, the World Economic Forum and the celebration of the freestyle scene on Jakobshorn. Above all, Davos and its surroundings offer almost limitless hiking trails, mountain biking trails, ski slopes and powder free riding—and they’re all waiting to be discovered by you!
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Davos is one of the most attractive biking destinations in Graubünden. The well-marked mountain biking routes on the approximately 700 km of networked trails make every biker's heart beat faster.
Well-marked hiking trails, panoramic views, and a network of approximately 700 km of hiking trails through forests, idyllic lateral valleys and high summits await you.
The small but beautiful Kirchner Museum Davos offers you the extraordinary experience of admiring Ernst Ludwig Kirchner's art at its place of origin.
111 km of winter hiking trails around Davos await you! Enjoy the winter wonderland with a leisurely stroll or an invigorating hike.
Whether you prefer ease or speed, there are 300 km of snow covered slopes awaiting you in the ski areas of Davos. In addition to Jakobshorn, Parsenn, and Rinerhorn, there are also the quieter options of Schatzalp and Pischa.
From serene stretches across the valley to the challenging World Cup trail with the steep “Cologna-Stutz," you will find the right cross-country skiing route in and around Davos guaranteed.