Barrier-free offers in Davos Klosters
People with and without limited mobility can enjoy a relaxed and barrier-free holiday in the Davos Klosters Mountains.
With the “access-unlimited” initiative, we cater to diverse needs, offering suitable accommodation options and exciting experiences for all guests. Visit myhandycap.ch for additional tips and information on accessible destinations.
When using the mountain cableways, be sure to check accessibility details in advance, ensuring a seamless stay. Pro Infirmis has also assessed Davos Klosters Mountains, and their website provides insights into the region’s accessibility options.
All cable cars & lifts at a glance
Our cable cars and funiculars on the Jakobshorn, Parsenn Klosters, Parsenn Gotschna, Rinerhorn, Pischa, and Madrisa mountains are all wheelchair-accessible. Larger cable cars offer ground-level access, and for the Parsenn Davos funicular, a stair lift is available for easy access.
The 6-seater chairlift on Madrisa features fully automatic safety bars, allowing for a hassle-free ski day, even for those with physical limitations. Additionally, the ski schools in Klosters Platz and Klosters Dorf have trained instructors, ensuring that everyone can learn to ski and snowboard with joy and confidence.
for people with disabilities
Good to know
Perfectly prepared for your time in the mountains
If a person with a physical or mental disability is dependent on an assistant, both persons pay 50 per cent of the fare for the mountain railway ticket. To obtain the reduced fare at the point of sale, please show the corresponding accompanying card.
With the Mountain Drive, you can enjoy the mountain world of Davos Klosters away from asphalt roads. The electronic wheelchair is designed to be used on natural mountain hiking trails, bumpy gravel roads and steps of 10 cm.
Rental on Madrisa: You can rent a Mountain Drive at the Madrisa-Alp restaurant and enjoy beautiful hiking routes on Madrisa.