In summer, no fewer than 6 different cable cars are free to all guests. With 700 km of footpaths and hiking trails, there are endless ways to explore the magnificent mountain scenery of Klosters. The Davos Klosters region and the Prättigau valley are among the most attractive destinations in the Alps for bikers. The steep alpine trails promise plenty of flow and fun, for a fantastic biking experience in beautiful natural surroundings.
A day at Madrisaland, the legends-based adventure park, is bound to be a memorable experience. The wide range of activities, including a 3D archery course, monster scooters, a Smuggling Trail and many other places to walk, is bound to make the day one of the highlights of your holiday.
If the weather is fine and you just want to take it easy, the open-air swimming pool in Klosters may be just the place for you. The amenities there include a swimming pool, a giant water slide and a shady children's pool. And on the little Doggiloch lake right next to the pool you can even go for a leisurely pedalo ride.
When you stay in the Davos Klosters holiday region for one night or more, you receive a free Davos Klosters Card.
The card allows you to take part in over 70 free activities, in the categories Sport and Adventure, Kids and Family, Art and Culture and Sightseeing and Trips. What's more, you can travel on the six cable cars, the local buses and by Rhaetian Railways from Klosters Dorf as far as Filisur free of charge.
At the Färich rope park, there are six routes of varying degrees of difficulty, and a spectacular 12-meter-high pendulum jump that allows visitors to swing between heaven and earth. Children can learn to clamber from tree to tree using ropes on a specially secured circuit.
A special 12.5 km walk for dogs has been marked out from Klosters to St. Antönien. The so-called Lecky Trail goes from the top station of the Madrisa cable car along good mountain paths to the Jägglisch Horn and then on to St. Antönien.
From June to October, you'll find "book benches" in Davos and Klosters, inviting you to stop and browse, get immersed in a story and perhaps come back again. Beside each "book bench" is a box containing a selection of books for all ages.
Experience the unspoilt beauty of the countryside on horseback or with a llama - don't miss this unusual opportunity! The animals are looking forward to meeting you!
Find out about the lives of 30 dairy cows and calves, 20 ewes and lambs and 20 pigs on a modern organic farm that is managed according to BIO Suisse guidelines.
There are 10,000 plants of about 2000 different species from all kinds of mountainous areas all over the world (Switzerland, Pyrenees, New Zealand, Nepal etc.) to be admired in the Botanical Garden on the Schatzalp.