Klosters has many traditional luxury chalets, the village is a rural farming community with its own small ski area, as well as having access to the large Parsenn slopes, which are shared with neighbouring Davos. An efficient free bus and train service links the six ski areas; Jakobshorn, Parsenn/Gotschna, family-friendly Pischa, Madrisa and Rinerhorn and Schatzalp/Strela which include the royal Klosters and Madrisa areas.

The finest restaurant in town is the Michelin-rated restaurant in the Hotel Walserhof. Together with the Chesa Grischuna, these establishments must be booked days in advance to ensure you get a table. Stunning luxury chalets in Klosters include Chesa Falcun and Chalet Bear, both of which have lots of character and excellent service and cuisine.


Rega Pass



Highest Peak

Weissfluh 2,844m

Ski Terrain

The Klosters/Davos area consists of 307km of marked runs.

Number of runs in the full area;
28 Blue runs
45 Red runs
26 Black runs

Cross Country: 75km

Closest Airport

Freidrichshafen 1½ hours, Zurich 2½ hours
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