Klosters Ski Holidays
Switzerland

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Description

The quaint, quiet resort of Klosters has been a favourite of Prince Charles since the 1970s, however the resort is not just for royalty. With some 320km of skiing available, there is a great range of slopes for all skill levels, and there are some excellent mountain restaurants and laid-back bars to enjoy. It’s a wonderful choice for foodies, couples and families in search of a serene holiday.

The ski area is linked with its upmarket cousin Davos and offers nice, lengthy runs down to the town centre at 1190m. The wide, peaceful slopes are particularly good for intermediates, though everyone will find something to like here. There are plenty of tree-lined runs, accessible off-piste, two snow parks and some nice beginner pistes in the Madrisa area – with more over in Davos. The conditions can get a bit slushy towards the end of the season, but the higher slopes up to 2845m tend to stay in reasonable nick.

As well as offering a great range of pistes, there are several excellent ski schools in Klosters and a crèche for the little ones. Snowboarders can find a great boarder-x park up in the Madrisa area and there is also a fully-equipped, floodlit terrain park near Selfranga, which stays open late. There’s also a superb variety of non-skiing activities to enjoy.

Holidaymakers interested in Klosters can fly into Zurich, which is a 2-hour transfer away. In the resort itself, one can explore quite easily on foot or take advantage of the free bus service.


Getting There


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Apres

As far as après-ski goes, Klosters has some excellent places for a laid-back beverage, including Bär's Bistro in the Hotel Piz Buin, Café Bar 360° and the Central Pianobar – great for cocktails and Champagne.

There are some more rowdy establishments, like Gaudy’s and the Pöstli Club, where you can enjoy a few drinks with live music, however the après scene here is largely low-key. Those seeking more vibrant après-ski may want to consider resorts like St Anton, Zermatt or Sauze d'Oulx.


Eating out

Those looking to enjoy a really good meal on the mountain are not short of options, especially over towards the Davos side of the mountain. These include the Châlet Güggel, Alp Garfiun and the Weissfluhgipfel restaurant.

There are quite a few good restaurants in town too – though they are generally on the pricey side! Couples looking for something special should try the cosy, rustic restaurant in the Hotel Chesa Selfranga or the culinary delights of the Berghaus Alpenrösli. The Al Capone Pizzeria is a top choice for groups of friends, while Alberto and the Adventure Hotel’s restaurant offer great value for families.



Activities

Whether you need something to keep the kids entertained or you’re just looking to shake things up, there’s a great range of non-skiing activities to experience in Klosters, including ice skating, curling, sleigh rides, tobogganing and snowshoeing/Nordic walking.



Ski School


Getting around


Family ski

Klosters is a charming and pretty mountain town twinned with neighbouring Davos to form an extensive ski area well-suited to intermediate and expert skiers. There are nursery slopes within reach of the town centre, and dedicated play zones where young children can practise their turns in comfort. There’s plenty to do away from the slopes too, and a wonderfully broad range of amenities. 

The six different ski areas are linked together via a relatively hassle-free bus network, and each of the six ski areas offers a slightly different feel and atmosphere. Families tend to choose one mountain to ski on each day, just in case parents need to return to base quickly.

Madrisa is perhaps the main mountain for parents skiing with their children, and it offers the largest Children’s Land play area. Here, youngsters and learner skiers can enjoy time on the snow, with features including magic carpets, a carousel, bouncy castle, trampoline, and even a ski-doo for youngsters up to the age of 12.

Pischa is another of Klosters’ family-friendly sectors, with wide open slopes ideal for gentle progression, and another popular Children’s Land play area to enjoy. In the Jakobshorn sector, the extensive snow park is popular among youngsters and teens in search of air-time, and there’s a more sedate area at the base of the mountain called the Bolgenhang, for younger children to ski and play on. In the Rinerhorn sector, you’ll find diverse terrain suitable for a wide range of ski and snowboard levels, and an exciting toboggan slope which makes it popular among families.


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Childcare

Visitors to Klosters have a choice of three brilliant ski schools, which take kids as young as three-years-old. There’s also a crèche in the Madrisa area for children aged 2 and up.


The Piste


Ski School


Equipment Hire


Lift Passes


Chalet Sleeps

Chalets sleeping: 14 people & over
Chalets sleeping: 40 people & over



RESORT STATISTICS

  • ALTITUDE

    1560m

  • LONGEST PISTE

    12km

  • HIGHEST SKI LIFT

    2844m

  • TOTAL LIFTS

    59

  • TOTAL PISTE

    320km






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