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Lifts

Glow eater or Beginners lift

Our children lift is also called “Händschefrässer” which means that it eats glows, this is of course wrong. A lot of children have used this lift when they have tried on their skies for the first time and they still got their glows.

The lift is just outside Berghaus Heuberge which means that the children can go out on their own and practice while the parents are watching them from the Sun terrace.

 

Gamslift

The Gamslift is the perfect lift for trying to take the T-bar lift for the first time.

Two blue slopes are running down next to Gamslift. This is also the lift that combines the two big lifts Heuberg- and Gadieris lift.

You will use the Gamslift on the weekends when the slope for  Airboarden is illuminated. Since the slope is passing Brennbar, you can stand in the bar having a drink watching the Airboarder or Skiers from a safe place.

Gadieris-Lift

The Gadieris lift will take up direction Glattwang and is the steepest lift. If the lift is open all the way  to the top you will almost reach the ridge that will lead you to Glattwang. One part of the slope is black and you need some experience to go down.

 

Black slope at Gadieris Lift.
Black slope at Gadieris Lift.

Heuberglift

The Heuberg lift the most varied of the lifts. Once at the top you will find the ideal starting point for freeriding where you don`t have to be afraid to hit a rock.

The Heuberg lift is offering slopes for beginners or advanced skiers. The connection slope to Gadieris lift is marked as black though, so you need to be careful going back.

For those who want to make a tour to Davos through the Weissfluh area, are advised to take the Heuberg lift to the top. From the top you will go over Strassbergerfürggli and Durannapass into the Parsenn area.