Hikers can hit the trail on one of the region's 700km of well-maintained footpaths, which range from gentle family strolls to high-altitude, multiday treks. Would-be climbers can tackle the rope bridges and climbing trees at Madrisa.
Mountain and downhill biking are equally popular. See www.davos.ch for inspiration.
Davos and Klosters work together and share the Regional Pass. Parsenn, accessible to both villages, is a vast area that reaches as high as Weissfluhjoch (2844m). Experts can tackle black runs like panoramic Schlappin and Gotschnawang. Jakobshorn, on the southern side of Davos, is killer territory for those who want to push things. Madrisa, to the east above Klosters, and Rinerhorn, south of Davos, are family-friendly areas. Schatzalp/Strela, on Davos' north side, offers slow skiing on gentle slopes.