Ski Holidays in Klosters, Switzerland
Klosters is set in the beautiful Prattigau Valley, 1200 metres above sea level. The friendly village atmosphere in Klosers is a great option for Families, whilst the resort is favoured amongst the royal family, it is much more relaxed and far less exclusive than most would imagine. A number of bars in Klosters Platz cater to a relaxed après crowd and you can dance the night away in Casa Antica. Although the local restaurants are not particularly cheap, they are worth the prices for a special evening out.
Klosters links with the Parsenn ski area of Davos
and has its own ski area, Madrisa. The Klosters/Davos Rega ski-pass
gives access to a wonderful 310 km of runs, serviced by an extensive lift system of cable cars, chair lifts, railways and draglifts taking in a huge ski area. One of the favourite runs in the extensive Gotschna/Parsenn areas is the descent from the Weissfluh to Kublis.
The Madrisabahn Gondola opens up a further 50 km of slopes offering an extensive area of skiing at intermediate level. There are good ski and snowboard schools in Klosters, with classes for all levels. There are also around 50 km of scenic, cross-country ski
trails available in Klosters, including some that are illuminated at night.
(Check out the phenomenal visuals from Davos/Klosters above.)
Klosters Ski Village
Although Klosters has, for a long time been associated with the jet set, film stars and even royalty, it still remains a typical, friendly, Swiss village, with picturesque chalets and horse-drawn sleighs. Apart from fantastic skiing, Klosters offers plenty in the way of entertainment. There are skating, curling, ice hockey, swimming pools, tennis and squash courts and nearly 32 km of prepared walking paths.
There are also many restaurants, bars and nightclubs which all ensure a wide and varied choice of evening entertainment is to be had on ski holidays in Klosters, Switzerland.