Ski Lifts in Davos

Although the Davos Klosters’ ski lift system has recently been improved by a thorough upgrade including new gondolas and more high-speed chairlifts, the connections between the different ski areas are still mainly by road.

Davos Klosters Ski Lifts

Davos Ski Lifts

Davos Ski Lifts ©

The old Davos Klosters lift system, with its creaky old funiculars, cable cars and T-bars, has largely been upgraded with high-speed chairlifts, newer gondolas and a complete rebuild of the main Davos access lift, the Parsennbahn, which has resulted in a huge improvement on the queues previously seen here. Yet even now, Davos doesn’t seamlessly interconnect and Rinerhorn, Pischa and Madrisa still have to make do with mainly T-bars. To discover the best terrain requires planning, imagination, perseverance and local knowledge.

Davos Klosters Ski Lift Pass

The Rega ski pass covers all of the ski areas in the Davos and Klosters region, which includes a total of 53 ski lifts, 300km of pistes and huge off-piste potential. It also covers the local buses and trains, which are essential for accessing the different ski areas and returning from many off-piste adventures. The season pass TOP CARD is also valid for the Alpenarena (Flims, Laax, Falera) and Ischgl Samnaun.

Davos Klosters Ski Lift Company

For more information about ski lifts and lift passes in Davos Klosters contact the lift company:

Davos Klosters Bergbahnen AG
Brämabüelstrasse 11
7270 Davos Platz
Tel: +41 (0)81 417 62 22
Email: [email protected]


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