The alpine village of Klosters is in a wonderful location on a sunny plateau in the broad Prättigau valley, surrounded by meadows and forests. Just 10 km away from the dynamic alpine town of Davos, this is an idyllic holiday destination, with traditional chalets, unspoilt scenery and a breathtaking mountain backdrop.
Klosters is famous primarily for its chic charm and discreet air of luxury, a place where royal visitors go to relax. But the region is also known for its mysticism, as reflected in over ninety legends and folk-tales about dwarves, alpine spirits and root people.
But if you think that all there is to do in Klosters is listen to fairytales and the birds singing, you're mistaken! The resort is also the venue for some very attractive events for visitors. For example, there'll be dancing and partying at the Gatschiefer open-air pop and folk music festival, then just a few days later top classical performers will be taking to the stage at the Klosters Music Festival.
There is lots to do in the Davos Klosters holiday region in summer — up in the mountains or down in the villages — on foot, by bike or even up in the air — everything you could possibly want. Why not come and see for yourself?
The modern infrastructure based on a world of legends makes for memorable experiences, in both summer and winter. Amenities include the myths and legends adventure park, a bouncy castle, obstacle course, trampoline, roundabout, playroom and much more.
On a plateau right at the summit of the Gotschnagrat, you'll find the small Gotschna lake. The circular walk to the Gotschnagrat is perfectly maintained and offers stunning views of Lake Davos and the Prättigau valley. The Gotschna skiing area is connected to Parsenn, giving the option of a fantastic ski tour between the resorts of Davos and Klosters.
Numerous different slopes, seemingly endless runs — a place to enjoy getting some speed up. The sunny terraces of the 13 mountain restaurants are lovely places to sit and enjoy the view.
This area for alternative winter sports offers excellently prepared winter footpaths, well-marked snowshoe trails, high-altitude cross-country tracks and 4 Fatbike slopes. It is also the ideal starting point for ski touring across open country.
This mountain is captivating in a very special, mysterious way. The Schatzalp is easy and quick to get to on the Schatzalp funicular railway. A short walk up (15 minutes) takes you to the Strelaalp mountain restaurant from where you can enjoy a wonderful view over the whole of Davos.
In addition to the various ski slopes, you'll also find a 3.5 km long sledging run here. Twice a week you can go skiing or sledging in the evening. In summer the mountain is very popular with families, on account of its petting zoo, playground, barbecue site and gentle walks. The Rinerhorn is also the ideal starting point for hikes into the Sertig valley or to Monstein.
3 cable cars, 4 chair lifts, 3 ski lifts. Ski slopes of all levels of difficulty, carefully groomed and topped up with artificial snow when necessary. In summer, hikers can enjoy an amazing mountain panorama with views of three 3000-metre peaks.