Ski resort ratings for Davos compared to all other ski resorts. Based on 100 reviews.
|Overall 81||Skiing 75||Skiregion 75|
|8.3 6.9||7.5 7.6||8.0 7.7||7.0 7.1||7.6 6.9|
|8.2 7.6||6.9 7.8||6.8 6.7||8.2 7.7||7.6 7.0|
|Variety slopes||Snowparks||Crosscountry||Slope preparation||Slope orientation|
|7.5 7.1||9.0 7.3||8.0 7.5||9.0 7.6||10.0 8.7|
|10.0 7.7||7.2 7.6||8.0 7.4||8.0 7.3|
Davos was our first time on the piste and a better place to start couldnt have been picked. The board school was awesome and the slopes at the bottom were ideal for beginners. The nightlife was varied and lively with a real mix of bars and clubs for every taste. The only drawback really was the cost of drinks which could turn any night into an expensive one. The hotel and food was great, the resort facilities were superb and the Ooh La La Spa and Wellness is amazing with outdoor thermal pools to while away those aches and pains after a days boarding. There was only one small problem... You have to go naked!! Hey, it was a laugh and a great way to loosen up! Overall, well recommended for anyo
Review by Darkside from Andorra on Friday Sep 28th. Visited Davos in march 2007 as couple
Super Gebiet zum Skifahren! Die tollen Läden für Apres-Ski haben wir nicht ientdecken können. Alles schließt unserer Ansicht nach sehr früh, aber das ist egal. Das Skigebiet macht alles gut. Dorf ist groß, also auch toll für Menschen, die nicht Skifahren. Wandern und Langlauf kann man auch sehr gut in Davos und Umgebung!
Review by Inge from Bottrop on Sunday Jul 29th. Visited Davos in january 2007 as friends
The 320km (200 miles) of ski trails above Davos are divided in to seven areas (Parsenn, Pischa, Jakobshorn, Rinerhorn, Madrisa and Gotschna), some of them lift-linked. The Parsenn area is the largest and most popular of the ski sectors. On the other side of town there are more ways up the Jakobshorn, the resort's "fun mountain" most popular with 'boarders. At the bottom of the mountain snowmaking covers the Bolgen nursery slopes. Most of the ski areas are reached by funiculars or cable cars with the vast majority of the skiing being above the treeline at 1800m. Many of the trails are red and blue but experts will find several off-piste routes to entertain, including an 12km (7 1/2
Review by Patrick Thorne from London on Friday Jul 27th. Visited Davos in january 2007 as couple
Returned just before Christmas. Great resort with good snow just as we were leaving. The set-up is a bit bitty with one ski area at each end of town with a trip down the hill, across on the bus, then up again to get from one to the other. Am told there is some off-piste but wasnt the right time of year for me with the snow conditions. Lively night life too with Chamie (Spelling) Bar and then Ex-Bar taking you through to morning (literally). I was there on an educational course so bit of a vested interest. Would recommend the resort for those looking for a good but not exhausting ski.
Review by Andrew Young from Dublin on Thursday Mar 1st. Visited Davos in december 2006 as couple
Really good resort lots of terrian and nearly all fast quads lifts, except some t-bars in the smaller parts of the resort. the set-up is a bit bitty with one ski area at each end of town with a trip down the hill, across on the bus, then up again to get from one to the other. am told there is some off-piste but wasnt the right time of year for me with the snow conditions. lively night life too with chamie bar and then ex-bar taking you through to morning (literally).
Review by Mcneany from Dublin on Friday Dec 22nd. Visited Davos in march 2006 as couple