Davos is a Swiss ski resort with a big reputation among snowkiting fans. The resort is linked with nearby Klosters, and has a huge area of easily accessible snow fields and slopes to explore. Davos was one of the first European resorts to develop a ski industry, and now snowkiters are looking to get in on the action.
On a Davos snowkiting holiday, you’ll be able to get lessons and rent equipment from the resort’s snowkiting schools. Davos is a popular resort with boarders and freeride skiers, so you’ll be in good company as a kiter: Davos tends to attract people willing to get off the piste and do something different. There is plenty of freeride terrain in the resort which snowkiters can take advantage of.
Davos lies on the shores of Lake Davos, which offers some good flat terrain for snowkiters. It’s a great place for beginners to get some practice in before heading out to hillier terrain.
Around the lake there are some nice gentle slopes for snowkiters to test their skills on and for intermediates to improve. Davos is known for its off-piste skiing and snowboarding, which means good terrain for snowkiters. There are some tricky slopes to test the mettle of the experts, as well as easier spots for intermediates. Hill gliders will find some nice cliffs to the north of Davos to get stuck in to.
There are plenty of opportunities for Davos snowkiting enthusiasts to get out on to the white stuff, with lots of space and generally good snow. The resort itself is packed with spas, restaurants, bars and pretty much everything else you might want to help you relax after a hard day’s kiting. Try snowkiting in Davos and enjoy the freedom of the Alps…