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Pro: Davos is a nice and cosy place and has a lot to offer besides Skiing, you can to to the (close-to-perfect) eau-la-la Sauna and wellness resort or have a nice cup of coffe in some local Coffee Shops. Strong recommendation is the local Kirchner...More
So my brother was speaking in Davos and invited me to stay. Be rude not to ! Two sunny days in a row and amazing views across the mountain range. Some fantastic snowboarding. Piste was good. Off piste even better. A bit icy at end...More
We only managed to ski Parsen and Jakobshorn but that was more then enough for a 3 day ski trip! Parsen has stunning scenery and a variety of runs mostly red or blue. It is pricier than other resorts but it has a really nice...More
This was our first time skiing in Europe (from US) and didn’t know what to expect. We were pleasantly surprised by this resort. Lots of variety on transport options (gondola, train, lift). The runs are super wide with amazing views (at least Parsenne). There are...More
Davos is well known for the annual World Economic Forum when the who's who of the world gather to discuss economic, socio-political affairs so you can expect good hotels. The town itself is very small but great slopes easily accessible for skiing, snow boarding, etc....More
Well, basically the range of slopes is good, quality of lifts as well, slopes are well prepared. However when compared to other Alp resorts (especially those in Italy) it is average. The biggest downside is that it is overprized, e.g. espresso for 8 CHF vs...More