About the Resort
When a ski resort is favoured by the rich and famous, you’ve got a good idea that Klosters is a popular choice for a reason. A beautiful yet charming resort, with the benefit of some of the best skiing in Switzerland, you’ll find a genuine Alpine experience here. Let’s Talk Skiing in
Beyond a doubt, Klosters is an excellent snowsure destination with a great choice of pistes for all standards of skiers from little ones upwards.
Many people choose to look at accommodation options in Davos, however you will need to take into account the 15-minute drive between the two resorts. For Klosters accommodation however, the choice is quite limited
With Klosters being at quite a low altitude, it still has over 80% of its runs over the snowsure 2000m. When you’re looking at Klosters weather, the best time to visit is in April, when you’ll see an average of 208cm at the top
Ski-wise, you’ll find a long season here, compared to some of the other neighbours. It’s worth planning the time of your visit, so if you’d prefer a quieter break, you might want to visit out of peak season.
We like Klosters as it’s a great location that offers a traditional Alpine village full of charm and picturesque views.
You’ve got a fantastic ski-linked area combined with Davos, however it’s worth bearing in mind that the six Klosters pistes are at quite a distance from each other. In particular, the red runs will give you an enjoyable long run down into the valley.
+Big ski area shared with Davos
+Klosters has retained its traditional charm.
Things to think about
-Slopes spread over seperated areas.
-Buses around to the different areas can be a chore and a bit of a pain.
Regional Pass Davos Klosters Mountains
Child Pass 6-12 Years