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Head to Klosters for an authentic alpine atmosphere, a large and varied ski terrain, impressive snow records and skiing for all abilities. Kids and those just starting out on skis are catered for on the Madrisa mountain, which offers separate nursery slopes.

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The Village

The vibrant village of Klosters in Switzerland's Graubunden region has been a hub for arts and culture for many years. Whether you're interested in boutique clothing shops, leather goods, local handcrafts or Switzerland's famous watches, you'll find everything you want in Klosters.

Favoured by the who's who of the European film industry as well as royals from all over the continent, the village itself exudes style and has a refined and luxury not found in many other places.

For those who enjoy their après ski, Klosters has excellent nightlife, but is also a fantastic place for families with a huge number of activities for children of all ages.

The Skiing

Klosters shares its ski area with nearby Davos. There's a huge range of piste skiing available in Klosters along with a fantastic snow park for those who enjoy freestyle, as well as plenty of opportunity for freeriding, easily-accessible off piste and ski tours.

The ski area is home to some really fabulous long intermediate runs, as well as a fantastic nursery area for the kids on the Madrisa mountain, with the adventure park being a big hit among our clients.

Restaurants and Bars

Klosters and nearby Davos are both home to exceptional restaurants, boasting over 140 in all.

You'll find wide variety of international cuisine as well as some small but excellent restaurants serving typical Grisons specialities. For those interested in long lunches on the mountain, there are some some really fantastic mountain huts to take advantage of.

Winter Activities

Those not skiing or looking for other winter activities to take park in won't find themselves with nothing to do in Klosters.

There's an extensive cross country skiing network that includes FIS facing trails or floodlit night time trails.

For those who want to try tobogganing there is no better place, with Davos Klosters being the location of the first ever official toboggan race in 1883. You'll find nine toboggan runs in Klosters, each one unique and different.

Klosters itself is also home to 45km of winter walking trails and an extensive network of snowshoeing trails, which can be combined with an evening meal in a traditional mountain hut.

Spas and Fitness

Wellness is always on the menu in Davos Klosters, with the extensive spa facilities, hot baths, and even an open-air Jacuzzi being a fixture of the town's wellness facilities.

The region has been well known for its focus on wellness since the middle of the nineteenth century, when Alexander Spengler travelled to Davos from Germany in search the healing effects of this high altitude mountain town.

Our hotels in Klosters both have excellent spa facilities, with the Silvretta Parkhotel being home to a herbal steam bath, highspeed tanning, two waterbeds, solarium and a Neo-qi massage baths.

The spa at the Alpina is equally a treat! Its sauna is something especially unique as it comes complete with different aromatherapy scents (lemon-dream, Siberian spruce, eucalyptus or peppermint).

Access and Transfers

The resort is reached from Zurich airport with a transfer time of 2 hours.


Current conditions in Klosters.

Conditions on the Jakobshorn.
Conditions on the Jakobshorn.
Map of Klosters

Getting There

The resort is reached from Zurich airport with a transfer time of 2 hours. With an excellent snow record, Klosters is a safe bet throughout the season.

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Ski Facts

Altitude of Village1192m - 1560m
Altitude of Ski Area1192m - 2844m
Number of Lifts 58
Total Pistes300km
Snow CannonsYES
Longest Run17km
Cross Country Skiing110km
Mountain Restaurants40