Winter sports enthusiasts should take the next few days off: The pistes and cross-country trails in Davos Klosters are an insider’s tip during the World Economic Forum (WEF). In short: excellent piste conditions and plenty of space – ideal for a day trip.
While Trump, Merkel or Macron meet at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, there is plenty of space on Davos Klosters’ pistes and cross-country tracks. No wonder: Davos Klosters is considered an insider’s tip during the WEF period from 23 to 26 January 2018. There are never so few winter sports enthusiasts on the mountains on these days. Or in other words: lots of space on the slopes to get the carving turns right again, no waiting times at mountain restaurants and lifts and excellent snow conditions.
Pischa and Rinerhorn closed during the WEF period
Speaking of lifts: the ski areas of Parsenn, Jakobshorn, Schatzalp, Gotschna and Madrisa are open in advance. Only Pischa and the Rinerhorn are closed during the WEF period. By contrast, night skiing and sledding on Friday 26 January 2018 on the Rinerhorn will take place as usual. The indoor swimming pool “Eau-là-là” will be closed until 1 February 2018.
Easy arrival possible
The route to Davos Klosters is open and can be easily reached by public transport or private vehicle. Good to know: Guests can move freely in Klosters without restriction. In Davos, only the security zones around the congress centre, the Hotel Seehof Davos, the InterContinental Hotel and the Steigenberger Grandhotel Belvédère are closed. Otherwise, the place is open to everyone.