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: Elizabeth B
: April 2006
: Was making my way slowly accross the alps and decided to stop off in Davos. I only skied the Parsenn area.
: Davos is in the North East of Switzerland. I drove there, but it has two train staions and is easily accessable from Zurich airport.
: There appeared to be a mix of lift types and ages. The main funicular from Davos to Parsenn has recently been upgraded, but the second stage of it hasn't. It was quiet when I was there, so there weren't any queues.
: The Davos ski area is split into 5 sectors. These aren't lift linked to each other, but there is good bus/train connectivity. The Parsenn and Jakobshorn are the main ones that have lifts from the centre of Davos.
: Perfect powder
: There is a fair amount of accessable terrain, but due to them not pisting the black runs of Weissfluhjoch the day I was there, I stayed in the "on-piste" powder.
: I wasn't too impressed with what I saw of Davos. It is a reasonable sized town that is quite spread out.
: I turned up at Davos without having pre-booked accommodation. The tourist office was shut, and I couldn't find an information board anywhere. I eventually found the youth hostel (not that easy) and stayed there. It was okay, but nothing great, and not particularly cheap.
: A bed in a dorm room with breakfast cost CHF 63
: Would like to go back for the skiing - could live without going back to the town
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