A Davos luxury ski holiday is perfect for anyone who appreciates a fully rounded ski experience. Whilst the skiing in Davos is top-notch (and the off-piste here is an underrated gem), the town itself is an equal draw, with a cosmopolitan atmosphere and an array of non-skiing activities, eateries and drinkeries to enjoy. With 300km of pistes across six neighbouring ski areas, a luxury ski holiday to Davos is not short of variety for all levels of skiing ability. Cross-country skiing in Davos is also a popular pursuit, and there are over 100km of tracks to explore during a Davos luxury holiday.
Whilst the World Economic Forum in January sees the town fill up with international visitors, Davos generally enjoys a relaxed vibe. A nice mix of vibrant bars, friendly cafes and over 100 restaurants in Davos serve everything from local fondue to sushi and Michelin starred fine dining. Visitors will certainly enjoy a full gastronomic experience during a ski holiday here, whether at one of the local restaurants or within their own luxury catered ski chalet in Davos!
Highest PeakWeissfluh 2,844m
Ski TerrainThe Klosters/Davos area consists of 307km of marked runs.
Number of runs in the full area;
28 Blue runs
45 Red runs
26 Black runs
Cross Country: 75km
Closest AirportFreidrichshafen 1½ hours, Zurich 2½ hours
12 + 6
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