One-franc special Davos/Klosters

Free pass to skiing fun

The RhB's special deal is the no-hassle way to enjoy winter fun: For a surcharge of just one franc, when buying your day pass for the ski resorts in the Klosters/Davos region it also becomes a train ticket*. An offer that really does add up!

In 1934, the world's very first t-bar lift started transporting skiers to the top of the Bolgen slopes in Davos. Today, this winter sports region continues to keep pace with the latest trends: over 300 kilometres of slopes are available in the Davos/Klosters region, spread over five ski resorts. Carvers tear up the slopes of the Parsenn, Madrisa and Rinerhorn have a children's course, guaranteeing fun for young and old alike. Future Olympic champions train on the Jakobshorn super pipe. 

By the way: the slopes by the Rinerhorn cable car offer skiers and snowboarders night-time fun. They are illuminated every Wednesday and Friday from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.

*This train ticket is valid on the following routes (see map):

  • From Chur/Landquart via Prättigau to Davos/Klosters and back
  • From Chur/Landquart via Thusis/Tiefencastel to Davos/Klosters and back
  • From Zernez/Scuol-Tarasp via Vereina or St. Moritz/Pontresina/Zuoz to Davos/Klosters and back

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Whatever your age, whether you are a novice or expert, families with children or freestylers, the skiing region of Davos/Klosters has something for everyone.

Train travel for just 1 franc

In combination with a day pass for the Davos/Klosters winter sports area, you can enjoy return 2nd class travel by RhB for one franc. The offer is valid from Chur, Landquart, Scuol-Tarasp, St. Moritz and Pontresina.

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Ein Allegra-Triebzug der Rhätischen Bahn bei Schiers. Bild: Christof Sonderegger

Jakobshorn

Freestylers feel at home on the Jakobshorn. Beginners and professionals alike will find the right elements for their tricks among the 18 kickers, rollers and rails in the «Jatz Park». If you prefer to give the jumps a wide berth, there are 17 different ski slopes of varying degrees of difficulty.

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Pischa

Safe, but not groomed: freeriders make their way down to the valley on special pistes that are marked out and secured against Alpine hazards, but not prepared. The kids area also makes sunny Pischa a favourite with families.

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Rinerhorn

Versatile and an insider tip among locals: the Rinerhorn has slopes for both beginners and experts. Children can practise their first moves on the Dwarf Run and ski round obstacles on flat terrain.

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Madrisa Land

Madrisa Land is the realm of children and families: a place where they can tube down the snowy slopes, build igloos, or take skiing lessons. The youngest members of the family are looked after in the daycare facilities while everyone else is out having fun on the slopes.

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Das Winterkinderland auf Klosters Madrisa. Bild: Andre Springer / Madrisaland

Parsenn

The Parsenn ski resort is the largest of the area's five skiing destinations. From beginners to experts, there are slopes here to suit every skill level. The 12-kilometre downhill run from the top of the Weissfluh to Küblis is a classic. From Küblis, the RhB takes you back to Klosters or Davos.

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Bild: Destination Davos Klosters

Prices and dates

Prices and dates 2017/2018: forthcoming

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Tickets and further information can be obtained at these staffed stations: Chur, Landquart, Schiers, Bergün, St. Moritz, Pontresina, Samedan, Zuoz, Zernez and Scuol or by calling Railservice on +41 81 288 65 65, or by using the contact form.

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