The most discreet of the ski resorts.
Klosters is cosmopolitan, glamorous, affluent, understated, tucked away, super organised and yet nonchalant. It’s good for all levels of skiers, with everything from well-groomed slopes to tough off-piste sections, complemented by many memorable, traditional mountain restaurants, plus walking trails, sledging and horse-drawn sleigh rides for non-skiers in the group.
Very much a typical Swiss alpine village, it remains an unassuming family resort while still attracting royal patronage and an international wealthy clientele.
The resort shares the Parsenn ski area with the renowned resort of Davos. The train between Klosters and Davos is included in the regional lift pass.
The village is divided into two areas, Klosters Platz and Klosters Dorf. Platz is centred around the railway and main lift station, the main shopping street, and the restaurant and hotel area. Klosters Dorf is built around the Madrisa gondola and is on the railway line a mile up the road from Platz. The two areas are linked by an efficient bus service.