Cosmopolitan Skiing Karen Anderson, Senior Ski Specialist

"Klosters is a quaint village providing a really lovely and welcoming atmosphere. The scenery around Klosters is breathtaking and despite its reputation for being a ‘royal’ resort, you’ll certainly have a good number of restaurants that’ll suit every budget. My favourite run is from Weissfluhgipfel all the way back to Klosters (12km). We highly recommend a stop at the ‘Schwendi’ for a drink - prost!"

Klosters Ski Holidays

Klosters has long been associated with visits by the Royal Family but this picturesque destination offers so much more with great terrain and a village packed with charm.

With 300km of pistes linked to the neighbouring resort of Davos, you have an abundance of terrain to explore. This includes the sunny slopes of Madrisa or the long meandering red runs from Parsenn. Pischa, which is a short shuttle ride away, provides an alternative for those looking to get away from the hustle and bustle.

Jakobshorn which hosted the first ever Snowboard World Cup provides superb views down to Davos Platz and can provide long challenging off-piste itineraries for those who like adventure (with a guide).

In total there are five mountains to try and no matter where you go, the resort offers relaxed apres ski and a wide choice of great Swiss traditional restaurants to help you relax after a great day.

Important information
Ski Area Davos Klosters: 300km
Ski Range 1124-2845m
Blue Runs 22
Red Runs 35
Black Runs 13
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Distance from airports
Zurich 2hrs
Zurich (rail transfer) 2hr10mins