Klosters offers a unique combination of a renowned mountain resort and the idyll of an unspoilt Graubünden village. Nestling in what has remained the rural part of the Prättigau (Graubünden), Klosters, with its romantic village-like atmosphere, stands in stark contrast to the nearby Alpine metropolis of Davos.
Klosters is different. Klosters is relaxed and sporty, chic and down-to-earth, international and well Swiss With a healthy dose of understatement and family friendliness, Klosters has become a popular and well-known winter holiday destination over the decades. Guests appreciate strolling in small and fine shops with a sense of style and personal advice.
The Gotschnabahn cable car ferries winter sports fans up into the Davos ski arena. The smaller, sunny Madrisa ski region above Klosters is also suitable for beginner skiers. For off-piste and touring skiers too, the Davos-Klosters region offers attractive conditions. Cross-country skiers will find long trails immediately near Klosters, as well as in the Landwassertal (Davos). Snowboarders prefer the Jakobshorn near Davos.
The freestyle mountain Jakobshorn, the ski classic Parsenn and the two family-friendly mountains Madrisa and Rinerhorn are available to choose from. There is also the decelerated Schatzalp ski area and the freeride mountain Pischa. To put it in a nutshell: 300 km of pistes and 57 transport facilities.
Non-skiers can avail themselves of winter walking paths, horse-drawn sled rides, toboggan runs and snow-shoe trekking – as well as a wide range of après-ski activities and nightlife venues in Klosters, and especially in nearby Davos.
Klosters Property Map
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