Reviews about Davos

Ski resorts in Switzerland
What do you think about Davos?
Telismannen
27/02/2003
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Jakobshorn is crowded with people like the elevator and you do not hang on the lock before breakfast. I would recommend you test Parsenn. Here is the shadow a little further in the morning and therefore the snow is a little colder here. To be early in the elevator queue is an unscrupulous team in the Davos district. Otherwise, you can bring a GameBoy to enjoy the sex ... An hour is nothing unusual if you go to sleep-morning.

18/03/2002
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For a good luck, I managed to pinch a little trip to my sister in February when I was at work in Germany, she lives in Dissenhofen, where we left the bus to Klosters, I had no expectations as to how to go without a ride just lyrical of the best weather offered 2- but still warm. rented skis and felt how my pulse grew the higher up we got into the cabin and now you were excited to go on a ride quite fabulous how easy and easy to get there offpiste any good pistade, some people have good food, good going to be a top place that can offer the most. bus travel ink lift cards cost 360kr but the food is expensive.the next year I will be back but stay longer.

Kalle
Kalle (Guest)
20/09/2001
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Davos is considered Switzerland's absolute best off-piste place, I can handle this. Davos always has a pudding snow, even after weeks of lack of snow. Lifting your lifts makes you unable to compete with others for the best snow. However, the tip is to hire a guide to get the best and Davos e known for his low-risk ..

P.s Is there a Swedish guide, I have many years of experience like cruising both on skis and knowing where to go.

Oscar
Oscar (Guest)
07/03/2001
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After a sweaty morning when you can only reach the hill after a bus ride and gondola, perfect skiing and even good snowboarding await. Everything is perfectly arranged and hence the price is too expensive. But it's good after-ski and the slopes are not full of people in Klosters, but in Davos. For convenience, you can leave the ski package up on the mountain overnight. Conclusion: Good if you want to ease your wallet and want to see the best of the alps.

Annika Steger
Annika Steger (Guest)
15/02/2001
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Last year in March I spent a week. It was the best ski trip I made. Ok, that's expensive, I'll admit. But very good and varied skiing, good food and nice people. A minus could be the non-existent after skin

Gunnar
Gunnar (Guest)
12/02/2001
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Great area for touring and offpiste. If you're ready to knock a bit, you're alone on the mountain.
You see almost no groups going offpiste.
But a guide is a must, for safety and to find. The lift systems are scattered and a lot of transport by mail bus and train is needed.
Unfortunately, the price level is high. It draws the rating down.

Jacob Danielson
Jacob Danielson (Guest)
15/11/2000
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Davos is one of the larger plants in Switzerland, but very varied rides. Everything from rolling pads to steep challenging slopes. In addition, Davos upper part is almost in a crater, which means that you usually have less wind than around. Very big and good lift system. Simply a must if you are in Switzerland.