Klosters, Switzerland


Klosters offers a unique combination of a renowned mountain resort – the British heir to the throne Prince Charles is a regular guest – and the idyll of an unspoilt Graubünden village. The diverse range of activities on offer in summer and winter is well suited to families with children.

Summer Season

Expansive rambling area in the Prättigau/Klosters/Davos holiday region with 700 km of trails ranging from footpaths suitable for prams through to demanding mountain hikes. In addition to the nature, rock and forest trails, the energy-encounter trail and a herb garden at at Madrisa above Klosters serve to ensure quite special experiences. Madrisa Land, Alpine adventure park: a world of legends and fairy-tales. Over 90 regional legends and popular tales are depicted in the park, which is also accessible to disabled and visually impaired visitors.

Cyclists and mountain bikers will find routes of varying degrees of difficulty situated around Klosters. One of the highlights is the Gotschna Freeride Piste: this spectacular roller-coaster for mountain bikers is 6 km long. With over 200 banked curves, jumps and waves, the Freeride Piste goes all the way from the Gotschna middle station down to Klosters.

Winter Season

The Gotschnabahn cable car ferries winter sports fans up into the Davos ski arena. The smaller, sunny Madrisa ski region above Klosters is also suitable for beginner skiers. For off-piste and touring skiers too, the Davos-Klosters region offers attractive conditions. Cross-country skiers will find long trails immediately near Klosters, as well as in the Landwassertal (Davos). Snowboarders prefer the Jakobshorn near Davos.

Non-skiers can avail themselves of winter walking paths, horse-drawn sled rides, toboggan runs and snow-shoe trekking – as well as a wide range of après-ski activities and nightlife venues in Klosters, and especially in nearby Davos.