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Summer in Davos

09.07.2020

Davos is an outdoor paradise in summer and has plenty to offer for those travelling to this Alpine valley. Along with the long list of open-air activities, which Davos is known for, there is also a fantasticprogramme of events lined up for those visiting from near or far.

We have specially curated our top five events of things to do in Davos this summer!

What: Klick Klack Day Dance
Where: Hard Rock Hotel Davos
When: Two dates available in July: 7th and 21st
Two dates available in August: 4th and 18th   

Join the Klick Klack Day Dance at the Hard Rock Hotel Davos. This is an opportunity to dance and enjoy under the palm trees at the 5THRooftop Bar with the sand under your feet. The event has free entry although please note, numbers are limited to 27 people at a time to ensure safe social distancing can be maintained.

For more information:
https://www.hardrockhotels.com/davos/calendar-of events.aspx

What: Biolectra 24h Trophy
Where: Davos sports field, Talstrasse 41 (CH)
When: July 17th-19th

The 24 Hour Hiking Event will make its second stop in Davos, perfect for those with a true sense of adventure. Providing the opportunity to see the Davos landscape like never before, you can buy tickets for a 6, 12 or 24 hour guided hike.

For more information:
https://24h-trophy.de/austragungsorte/destinationen-2020/davos/

What: SwissAlpine
Where: Mountains of Davos
When: July 25th & 26th

The hugely popular SwissAlpine mountain run is back for its 35thyear. It is a unique high-altitude race for mountain runners, trail runners and amateur runners alike, with organisers taking extra precautions to ensure this event can continue with special measures in place. Before registering, please read the new event guidelines.

For more information:
https://www.swissalpine.ch/rennen-anmeldung/laeuferinfos

What: Davos Festival 2020 – ‘From the senses’
Where: Varied locations
When: July 31st – August 15th

Davos Festival is a real highlight of the area’s calendar, where talented young musicians are invited to the city to participate in a two-week programme celebrating the arts. It is a celebration of classical music at its finest, and an experience never to be forgotten.

For more information:
https://davosfestival.ch/

What: Alpine Parade
Where: Davos Klosters
When: September 19th  

Visitors to Davos can look forward to the delightful experience of the Alpine Parade where local farmers present themselves with their decorated animals. This event is a cultural tradition in Davos, and is accompanied by a wider festival with a local market, children’s programmes and musical entertainment.

For more information:
https://www.davos.ch/en/davos-klosters/events/top-events/top-events/?no_cache=1&eventId=12835