It's no secret why Davos is one of Switzerland's best winter don goals.
The town is invested with more than 320 kilometers of downhill pistes, in six distinctive ski territories, all with productive transport to the inclines.
The greatest and most state-of-the-art of these zones is Parsenn, come to through the Parsenn Red Railway, which began moving all over the mountain in the 1930s.
Parsenn has long winding trails where fledgling and middle of the road skiers can tweak their system, while further developed skiers can scan for crisp powder off-piste.
On the off chance that snowboarding is your thing, Jakobshorn is the mountain for you as it has a snowpark and a "beast pipe" for enormous air.