Ski holidays in Klosters

Attractive village with great scenery and wonderful activities

  • Ski up to altitudes of2,845 metres
  • 300 kilometres of pistes across the Davos-Klosters ski area
  • 24 blue, 40 red and 12 black runs 

Klosters shares its neighbour Davos' 300 kilometres of great skiing and the full ski area is available on one pass. Few resorts in the Alps have 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 – known as the “Matterhorn” of Davos) most of them well over 3,000 metres. The resort has gained reputation among the Brits as the favoured ski resort of the Royals, including King Charles. 

Skiing and snowboarding in Klosters

You'll have direct access to the biggest of the six ski areas in the valley. Take the cable car, which runs from the centre of the attractive village to Gotschnagrat, 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're genuinely spoilt for choice.

Where to stay in Klosters

We have hotel's in beautiful, peaceful locations in Klosters with pools and spa facilities.  Although a glamerous resort, tanks to it's relaxed atmosphere and all of the activities on offer, Klosters is a firm favourite for family ski holidays - our hotels are geared up for this with family facilities including games rooms, early meal times and family rooms. 

Bars and restaurants in Klosters

Unlike the mountain metropolis of Davos, Klosters has a quiet, romantic, village atmosphere. That said there's still a great food scene, including traditional Swiss mountain restaurants, Italian and fine dining restaurants. Après-ski is relaxed, with a few attractive bars and one or two nightclubs.

What's included in an Inghams holiday to Klosters

When you book with Ingams you'll have your flights, rail transfers and accommodation on a half board or bed and breakfast basis included. You'll also have the option to add on ski equipment and ski passes, which can all be arranged for you prior to your arrival. This means all you'll have to focus on is which ski area you want to explore first! 

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Added value

Free Child lift passes up to 5yrs

Ski hotels in Klosters

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Hotel Silvretta Park Klosters Winter Exterior

In a quiet location, close to the centre of Klosters Platz, the Silvretta Park is a beautiful family-run hotel furnished in an alpine-style throughout. The Gotschna cable-car for access to the main ski area is 400 metres away. With excellent facilities and a relaxed atmosphere, it is an ideal base for families. 

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Sport Klosters Pool

Set in its own grounds, the Hotel Sport offers comfortable accommodation in a peaceful location. With a great variety of leisure and sports facilities, including an indoor pool, bowling alley and sports hall, you'll be entertained on and off the slopes. 

Ski and Snowboard Information
Skiing levels
Cross country

Beginners skiing in Klosters

Madrisa is perfect for beginners - in the sun, with a relaxed pace, segregated from the main pistes - the ski school operates from here. There are nursery slopes in the village and Selfranga. 

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. There is a huge choice of different pistes. 

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. Vast ski touring and off-piste skiing available. 

Cross Country skiing in Klosters

Klosters has 35 kilometres of cross-country tracks and a floodlit night trail. No trail pass required.

Mountain facts
Area 300 km
Resort Altitude 1200m
Ski Alt. From 1200m
Ski Alt. To 2845m
Runs 24 40 12
Lift Ski LockersNo
Whole Area Pass Lifts53
Night Skiing IncludedYes
Snow Cannon Coverage20%
Off-piste OptionsNo
Things To Do

Things to do in Klosters

Restaurants, food and drink

From traditional mountain restaurants, for long leisurely lunches to exclusive fine dining for those special occasions - you'll find it all in and around Klosters. Most hotels have high quality restaurants and the village hosts some great places specialising in Swiss and Italian cuisine. 

Après, bars, clubs and nightlife 

Klosters has a quaint village atmosphhere, so it's not well know for it's nightlife. However there are plenty of snow bars and sun terraces where you can begin après on the mountain - Graströchni on the home run to Klosters is known for it's coffee with a shot. In the village you'll find classy, cosy piano bars and some lively spots like the Alpina bar near the train station.

Spas and relaxation 

Our hotels offer a range of wellness facilities, pools and spa treatments. Check out our accommodation pages for more information. 

Davos Klosters winter guest programme

The Davos Klosters winter guest programme offers daily winter experiences from mid-December onwards in the categories of sports & adventure, kids & family sightseeing & excursions and art & culture. These experiences are available to guests with a Daos Klosters Premium Guest Card for discounted prices. 

Winter sports by night

If you haven't got your fill of winter sports during the day, why not continue into the night? You can enjoy night skiing on the flood lit pistes on Klosters Selfranga up until 9.30pm (usually Tuesdays & Fridays) throughout the season. Or, try the night time cross country trail until 9.30pm (usually Tuesday and Thursday). You can even head over to neighbouring Davos for night-time tobogganing. 


Lift Pass
6 days Season Child
6 - 12 years
13 - 17 years
18 - 64 years
64+ years
Whole Area Pass Low £138 £236 £333 £307
High £151 £258 £366 £337

Lift pass information

  • Whole Area Pass excludes Schatzalp/Strela
  • CHF 5.00 payable in resort for lift pass key card
  • Free lift pass for children under 6 years with access to the Davos Klosters Mountains (valley and practice lifts excluded)
  • Beginners should book in resort for reduced prices

Season dates

  • Low season: 23 Mar 24 - 30 Mar 24
  • High season: 23 Dec 23 - 22 Mar 24


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.

Equipment Hire
6 days Category


7 - 12 years


13+ years

Skis Red £68 £130
Black - £165
Skis & boots Red £108 £209
  • White category skis and boots are available for children aged 3 – 6 years: £74
6 days Category


7 - 12 years


13+ years

Snowboard Red £128 £130
Snowboard & boots Red £129 £209

Please see here for a description of hire categories.

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.

Travel and Transportation

Transfer time

  • Zurich airport: approx. 2hrs 15mins - 2hrs 45mins by rail, with two changes

Rail from UK and Self drive available.

Car hire available: No

Evening resort bus service: Yes

Local bus services:

Parking available: No

Resort Ski bus available: Yes

Good to know

  • High altitude skiing
  • Famous resorts in the heart of Graubünden
  • Six different ski areas included on one lift pass
  • Transfer by rail from Zurich
  • Inghams phone rep service
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