Klosters (near Davos) resort information:
1191m - 2840 m.
Click the piste map of Klosters to enlarge
Klosters is just a few kilometres from
Davos, and the two
resorts are linked. The village is old and attractive, and is far removed
from the reputation it's gained through various members of the UK royal
family holidaying there. In fact the skiing is excellent at all levels.
Apres ski is mainly centred around quiet and pleasant bars, and tends to
be expensive. There are a couple of famous restaurants in the town, which
need to be booked in advance, so you can eat like royalty, or perhaps you'd
prefer a pizza at Alberto's.
Klosters Platz is the main community and is centred on the railway
station and the Gotschna cable-car, which gives access to the Parsenn, with links
to Davos. Klosters Dorf is a quiet hamlet at the bottom of the Madrisa lift system.
The two parts of the resort are connected by a regular bus service. Trains between
Klosters and Davos are included in the lift pass.
Skiing in Klosters:
Number of lifts: 50: 2 funiculars, 12 gondolas, 9 chairlifts,
Total of trails/pistes: 370km in Davos/Klosters area (30% easy, 40% intermediate,
Cross Country 30 km
Snowboarding half-pipe and snowpark
Rega Pass (covers all Davos and Klosters lifts, except Schatzalp/Strela)
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