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by: Bruce Levitt - 14th October 2018

  • 5
  • 4Beginner
  • 5Intermediate
  • 4Expert
  • 5All-Mtn. Terrain
  • 3Family Friendly
  • 4Aprés Ski
  • 3Terrain Park
  • 3Overall Value
Vast off piste opportunities, lots of cruisers, typically not busy, snow-sure
Expensive, spread out, town not pretty

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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.

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