Do you love tobogganing? Then you’ve come to the right place! Pure adrenaline in a stunning winter wonderland – fun times guaranteed!
Tobogganing on Rinerhorn
3.5 kilometres in length, 33 bends and unique steep curves – the adventure can begin! The route is also suitable for toboggan racers, particularly in the early hours of the morning. On Wednesdays and Fridays, from 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm, you can also toboggan in the moonlight.
Tobogganing on Schatzalp
Have you heard of Thomas Mann’s The Magic Mountain? The famous author actually wrote about the classic toboggan run from Schatzalp to Davos Platz! The route starts 300 metres above Davos, then whisks you into the valley on a wide, well-prepared 2.8-kilometre toboggan run. With its 18 bends, the toboggan run is also suitable for kids and beginners. And who knows? In the magical forest, you might even meet the odd squirrel or two.
Tobogganing on Madrisa
The pure joy of tobogganing on Madrisa! Toboggan the 8.5 kilometres to Saas with the whole family. The bus will pick you up at Saas village square and return you to Klosters village.
Tobogganing from Gotschna to Klosters
Start at the Gotschnaboden mid-station and enjoy the swift 3.5-kilometre descent to Klosters.
An airboard is a blow-up hi-tech bodyboard for the snow. The distribution of your weight controls the board, and you feel like you’re flying! Simply position your airboard at an angle when you want to brake. Airboards can be used on prepared pistes as well as new or deep snow. But be careful: only use specially marked winter sports pistes with airboards or similar sledges!
This toboggan is suitable for deep snow. Its wide seat and special control features guarantee fun on all kinds of snow and in icy conditions, even in free Alpine terrain. The effective brakes at the front allow controlled steep descents at an incline of up to 35 degrees. Surf in maiden snow! Pischa is perfect for freeriders and if you dare, you can take your snowshoes and head a little higher than the mountain station for an Alpine sledging tour with the Snowbraker.
Do you like to feel solid ground beneath your feet? Enjoy winter hiking trails in Davos! 111 kilometres of snow-cleared winter hiking trails in Davos and 45 kilometres in Klosters await!
More information on using winter hiking trails
Do you like to head off the beaten track and enjoy a spot of snowshoeing? Experience something very special: snowshoeing under the full moon, ideally combined with a fine Grisons dinner in a cosy cabin.
Snowshoe trail recommendations
Families can find everything their hearts desire in Davos! Fun is guaranteed in the snow or on the ice, in the valley or in the six ski resorts: whether you’re sledging, snowshoeing, playing hockey or on the piste. Or, if the weather isn’t great, at one of the many indoor activities on offer in the area.
Solaria for families