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The Original Ski Holiday Since 1932

Klosters

Resort features: 
Beginner skiers
Intermediate skiers
Advanced skiers
Family resort
Traditional village

Overview

Despite its grand connections (the resort is famously the retreat of the Royal family), Klosters has managed to retain its Alpine charm and laid back atmosphere. The village is divided into two sectors. The main village where you will find the majority of the shops, restaurants and hotels is called Klosters Platz. This area is situated at the base of the Parsenn ski area and is also home to the main railway station. A couple of kilometres away (linked by a regular shuttle service), at the foot of the Madrisa gondola is the quieter area of Klosters Dorf. This area would suit beginners and families, due to its easy access to some of the best nursery slopes in Switzerland.

Facilities

Klosters has a good selection of excellent restauarants and dozens of bars; however, the atmoshere is a little more laid back, so it's probably not the place to head if you you are looking to party all night.

Other activities in resort include both traditional and Bavarian curling, ice-skating, ice-hockey and sleigh rides. There a re few shops in Klosters but a short trip to nearby Davos will give you access to a much larger selection. The Klosters Kulturschuppen holds regular alternative cinema viewings and classical music concerts.

Facilities for children

Klosters is a great option for families and this has been rewarded with the "Families Welcome" seal from the Swiss Tourism Association. This award distinguishes resorts that specifically offer services and facilities that are geared towards families with children.  This includes ski schools, activities and restaurants that are family friendly.

Accommodation in this resort

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  • Spa Facilities
  • Swimming Pool
  • Family Friendly
  • Close to Facilities
The 4* Silvretta Parkhotel lies at the heart of the traditional village of Klosters with views to the mountains and surrounding countryside. Read more

Advice & Guides

Visit our advice and guides section for great and useful information.

Special offers in this resort

10% early booking discount on selected luxury residences
Valid from July 10, 2017 - December 14, 2017
Offer supplied by CGH Residences
Book by 31st October and save 10% on the cost of your accommodation for all stays up until 2nd March, 2018. Book by 15th December and save 10% for all stays from 3rd March, 2018 until the end of the season. Min. 7 nights; date restrictions apply, see terms & conditions.

Terms and Conditions

This offer is only valid on stays of 7 nights or more and is not applicable on the following dates: The weeks commencing 30th December, 10th, 17th & 24th February (all properties). The week commencing 3rd March (L’Orée des Cimes, L’Orée des Neiges, Les Clarines, Le Hameau du Beaufortain, Le Centaure, Les Chalets d’Angèle, Les Chalets de Flambeau, La Ferme du Val Claret, Le Télémark, Les Granges du Soleil, La Grange aux Fées, Les Cimes Blanches, Le Hameau de Pierre Blanche, Le Cristal de l’Alpe, La Reine des Prés, Le Nevada, Les Chalets de Jouvence, Les Chalets de Léana). The week commencing 10th March (Le Nevada, Les Chalets de Jouvence, Les Chalets de Léana)

Mountain info

Klosters form part of the 305km Davos-Klosters ski area and, although the area can be a little disjointed, Klosters is generally regarded to have the best access to the most complete part of the area, the Parsenn.

The region of Davos-Klosters encompasses 6 ski areas - Parsenn/Gotschna, Jakobshorn, Rinerhorn, Pischa and Madrisa, and the separate ski are of Schatzalp (own liftpass) - creating a huge ski area with around 305 km of well prepared pistes for all abilities, accessed by over 50 lifts, cable cars and mountain railways. 

The Davos-Klosters ski area offers great skiing for all levels. The best beginners slopes are on the Madrisa side, above Klosters Dorf. This area offer some of the best beginners slopes in Switzerland, while advanced skiers can head up to access the challenging blacks and off-piste itinneraries that make it possible to ski over into Austria's Montafon Valley.

From Kloster's Platz, a two-stage gondola takes you up into the Parsenn side, where skiers can enjoy some amazing long groomed runs, allowing descents of up to 2000 vertical metres. Advanced skiers will find some chellenging off-piste routes; however, the avalanche risk can be high, so a guide is recommended.

Mountain stats

Resort Altitude: 1190m

Summit Elevation: 2844m

Vertical Drop: 1652m

Total Pistes: 305km

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Number of Lifts: 58

Snow Parks: 2

Ski passes

We are currently unable to pre-book ski passes for our clients in this resort; however, you can check prices and order your passes online at www.davos.ch.

 

We don't have any ski rental information available for this resort.

Ski schools

Swiss Ski + Snowboard School Klosters
Bahnhofstrasse 4
7250 Klosters
+41 81 410 28 28
info@sssk.ch
www.sssk.ch

Swiss Ski + Snowboard School Saas
Landstrasse 15
7252 Klosters Dorf
+41 81 420 22 33
contact@sss-saas.ch
www.sss-saas.ch

Travel info

By Air

The nearest airport to Kloster is Zurich (146km), which is serviced by various scheduled and low-cost airlines.

By Car

To access Klosters by car take the A3/A13 motorway in the direction of Chur and then take the Landquart continuing on canton road 28 to Davos Klosters. For up-to-date local road conditions, please visit www.strassen.gr.chp.

By Train

You can travel by Swiss national rail (SBB) to Landquart and then continue on with the Rhaetian railway (RhB) to Klosters or Davos. The journey time from Zurich is approximately 1h50m. For tickets and timetables, please visit the following websites:
Swiss National Rail (SBB) - www.sbb.ch
Rhaetian Railway (RhB) - www.rhb.ch

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