Jakobshorn – the mountain with a view
Enjoy the view from Jakobshorn! Tinzenhorn, Pischahorn, Flüelawisshorn, Schwarzhorn and Sentischhorn - there’s an incredible line-up of 3,000-metre wonders here. Hiking, biking or a spot of paragliding – what’ll it be?

Parsenn – the mountain with the action
Parsenn is a hub for mountain bikers and downhill fans – but paragliders and hikers also love the mountain. Oh, and of course, goats do too – if you’re lucky, you might spot a few.

Rinerhorn – a hidden gem

Rinerhorn isn’t right in the heart of Davos. In fact, that might be why it’s a hidden gem for locals. The more peaceful mountain offers a range of options for families, schools and groups.

An exciting adventure awaits on its many biking trails or 4.5-kilometre scooter route. The Alpine petting zoo, playground and plenty of restaurants are also close to the Rinerhorn mountain railway station.

Schatzalp &Strela - the magic mountain

Schatzalp is a truly magical mountain! At over 1,861 metres above sea level, Schatzalp welcomes its visitors in its own unique way. It’s no wonder it was the inspiration for Thomas Mann’s famous novel The Magic Mountain – he too was captivated by the mysterious mountain with the stunning view.

Hike, stroll, toboggan or see the Alpinum botanical garden and its herbs – or just relax and do nothing but enjoy the fantastic view and many restaurants! How about a delicious fondue in the Schatzalp panorama restaurant? And if you like, you can go a little further up the mountain and indulge at the Strelaalp mountain restaurant, just 15 minutes away. A unique panorama awaits!

Madrisa – the family mountain in Klosters
Did you know that Madrisa-Land is the first adventure park in the Swiss Alps that’s suitable for children with disabilities and visual impairments? At around 1,900 metres above sea level and with a stunning view, this kids’ paradise offers a wide range of activities: jumping, going on slides and swings, running through treasure caves – your kids will love it! Take a trip on a scooter or visit the Madrisa zoo – the animals would love to meet you!