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Petra Krenzlin

Davos ist ein echt schönes Skigebiet. Gut zu erreichen, schneesicher, freundliche Menschen, tolle Pisten. Was uns sehr gestört hat ist, dass in den Bergbahnen dauernd gestanden werden muss. Es gibt keine Sitzmöglichkeiten. Auch in Bahnen, die lange fahren. Dadurch, dass man aufgrund der Corona Vorschriften auch auf den Hütten nirgendwo sitzen durfte, war das eine echt anstrengende und unkomfortable Situation. ... Full Review
Mehrere Gebiete für jeden etwa...
Viel Stehen in den Bergbahnen....
8 months ago

Rafal

Zdecydowanie nie polecam. Pobyt między 25.01 a 29.01.2021 Pobyt został skrócony ze względu na przygotowanie tras. Przez 3 dni nie widzieliśmy żadnych śladów ratrakow. Zamiast przyjemnosci z jazdy była walka z nieprzygotowanymi trasami. Po 3 dniach z samego rana poszliśmy prosić o zwrot za 1 niewykorzystany dzień za ski pass. Tłumaczyliśmy ze nie da się jeździć, ze trasy są kompletnie nieprzygotowane. Po krótkiej rozmowie z kierownikiem kasjerka powiedziała że nie praktykują zwrotów. Omijać Szwajcarie polecam Włochy lub Austrie. Dodam, że to najdroższy z dotychczasowych wyjazdów w kategorii hotel, ski pass i jedzenie. A ze względu na trasy najgorszy. ... Full Review
Ceny, przygotowanie tras
10 months ago

Auerochs-Helmut

alles bestens !!... Full Review
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2 years ago

Can't wait to return for good time on and off slope.... Full Review
Lots of terrain, Parsen to Kub...
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Top Skigebiet, das für alle etwas zu bieten hat.... Full Review
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2 years ago

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Klosters is a beautiful and cosy mountain town with access to a variety of ski areas. It offers slopes for advanced skiers as well as beginners and families. Also non-skiers will find many attractions; like several of my friends who are non-skiers and enjoy winter hiking tracks. Après ski is nice as are the many casual but also more upscale restaurants. Personally, I prefer Klosters over Davos since it has more of the mountain town feeling. ... Full Review
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2 years ago

Nicholas Coveney

Very overrated for improving intermediates with poorly posted exposed slopes on Parsenn. Wouldn’t want to be up there in bad weather. Places like Lech and the big French resorts are in a different league for ease of access and quality of runs. Probably great for experts and off piste. Davos itself is soulless and there is no apres ski atmosphere. Good deals on hotels out of peak times and easy access to resort by train. Quality of lifts improving but still some way to go. Was surprised it wasn’t better for such a big name. Wouldn’t come back - too many better alternatives... Full Review
Slopes are not overcrowded and...
Poorly groomed slopes and bad ...
3 years ago

mara popp

super ... Full Review
super pisten
zu teuer
3 years ago

Bruce Levitt

I've been skiing in Davos for 50 years. It takes a bit of time to "get" Davos. On your first visit it can seem chopped up with multiple non-interconnected mountains (other than by bus/train or your car). The lift infrastructure is not as modern as many other major resorts, however they seem to have started re-investing in some critical new lifts including the replacement of the Furka T-bar with a new heated 6-pack chair and replacement of the Schaffurggli t-bars at Madrisa with a high-speed chair. Davos does offer is plenty of wide-open cruising runs that are not normally overcrowded. Experts looking for lots of of steep mogul runs will probably be disappointed. On the other hand, if you enjoy off-piste skiing, the possibilities are virtually endless - hire a guide or go with someone who is familiar with the resort and you will love the place. Instead of being a liability, the separated ski areas actually provide more off-piste options for those in the know. Lots of tasty food opportunities on the slopes - look for the smaller independent restaurants scattered on the slopes. Davos itself is more a small city than a ski town. Plenty of things to keep skiers and non-skiers entertained.... Full Review
Vast off piste opportunities, ...
Expensive, spread out, town no...
3 years ago

Gareth McCabe

Slopes are not groomed well and bad communication when lifts are said to be open but are delayed 1hr because of avalanche maintenance on the slopes. No signs posted showing delays. Seemingly not enough staff maintaining the slopes as seen in other fields in Switzerland and Austria ... Full Review
Long runs
Bad slope management
4 years ago
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