Switzerland, Graubunden Ski Region
Klosters shares its neighbour Davos' 300km of great skiing and the full ski area is available on one pass. Few resorts in the Alps boast such a dramatic panorama. Almost everywhere you look, the horizon seems to be pierced by jagged, snow-covered “horns” – (Schwarzhorn, Bocktenhorn, Weisshorn, Scalettahorn and Tinzenhorn – the “Matterhorn” of Davos) most of them well over 3,000 metres. Take the cable car, which runs from the centre of the attractive village to Gotschna, and then onto Parsenn, the largest, most varied mountain. Alternatively, take the short bus ride to Madrisa, Klosters' own popular ski area, which has a relaxed atmosphere. Keen skiers can also take the scenic mountain train, included in the lift pass, to the slopes of Davos at Jakobshorn, Pischa and Rinerhorn - you are genuinely spoilt for choice. Après-ski is relaxed, with a few attractive bars and one or two nightclubs.
Beginners skiing in Klosters
With its relaxed pace, Madrisa is recommended for beginners and children. The ski school also operates from here.
Intermediates skiing in Klosters
Take the Gotschna cable-car from the village centre up to Gotschnagrat or Parsenn - ideal for more confident skiers who enjoy cruising long red runs.
Advanced skiing in Klosters
There is plenty to choose from on both sides of the valley. The black runs on Jakobshorn and Rinerhorn will test more experienced skiers.
Advanced skiing in Cross Country
Klosters has 35kms of cross-country tracks and a floodlit night trail. No trail pass required.
8:15 - 4 or 5pm depending on the time of year, Monday - Sunday.
110km (Davos 75km/Klosters 35km)
some areas are nature reserves and must not be skied or Snowshoed on. There is also an avalanche warning system in resort, of levels 1-5 and flashing orange lights.
Free with guest card
The Davos Klosters guest card entitles all guests with the following free activites throughout the season:
For all ages:
Pre-bookable Lift Passes, Ski Hire & Tuition
Ski & Snowboard 2018/19 : Prices frozen, Book by 28th FEB 2018.
Ski & Snowboard 2017/18
|Days||Senior 64yrs+ (women) 65yrs+ (men)||
Whole Area Pass
L (16-22 Dec & 3-7 Apr), H (all other dates). Area pass covers all lifts in Davos/Klosters area excl. Schatzalp/Strela. Non-refundable deposit of approx Sfr5 per person payable in resort for lift passes. Beginners should book in resort for reduced prices. †Up to 5 years FREE when accompanied by a parent (small charge for beginner practise lifts).
6 days for the price of 5 on your lift pass for departures 6 Jan - 2 Feb & 26 Feb - 25 Mar incl
|Adult||Skis/ Snowboard||£89/ n/a||£114/£114||£156/ n/a|
|Ski/ Snowboard boots||-||£66/£66||-|
|Junior (7-12yrs)||Skis/ Snowboard||-||£57/£80||-|
|Ski/ Snowboard Boots||-||£33/£46||-|
|Child (2-6yrs)||Ski & boots||-||£57||-|
Equipment Hire (6 days) - Please see here for description of hire categories.
|TUITION||Days||Hours||Adult 16yrs+||Child 3-15yrs|
|Ski||3 / 5||4hrs per day||£255 / n/a||£255 / £283|
|Snowboard||3 / 4||4hrs per day||£247 / £299||£247 / £299|
Prices and supplements are correct at time of publishing but may vary up or down; correct prices will be advised at the time of booking.
Resort Code: CHKL
Languages spoken: English
Time difference: GMT +1
Flights depart Saturday & Sunday
Transfer 2hrs 15mins by rail
Rail from UK and Self drive available.
Car hire available: Yes
Evening resort bus service: No
Local bus services:
Parking available: No
Resort Ski bus available: Yes
Ski bus info:
Free with guest card