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Klosters   Resort Information
Season Dec - Mid April
Nearest Airport Zurich or Innsbruck
Ski Area 310km inc Davos
Ski Lifts 57
Ski Runs 110
Longest Run 8km
Resort Height 1191m
Snowball Ratings
Beginners 3 / 5
Intermediates 4 / 5
Experts 4 / 5
Families 4 / 5
Nightlife 3.5 / 5
Affordability 3 / 5
Non Ski Activities 3.5 / 5

The Davos-Klosters region is an eldorado for skiing, carving and snowboard fans from all over the world. The most modern transport systems gives access to 6 extensive winter sports areas with a total of over 300 km (194 miles) of slopes, so check out Davos for more info.

There are 5 ski regions at the Klosters Davos resorts; Jakobshorn (suitable for all skiers, and hosts mountain events), Parsenn (suitable for all events, and offering night-skiing and long downhill runs), Pischa (a dedicated free-ride mountain with 3 protected runs), Madrisa and Rinerhorn (the family friendly mountains, offering a children’s paradise. Within these mountains, there are runs to suit skiers of variable ability. Experts will find there is plenty to do both on and off-piste with the Meierhofer Talli and Paresnnhutte-Wolfgang offering some challenges, whilst off-piste the Gotschnagrat runs are amongst the steepest around. Intermediates meanwhile enjoy a variety of runs to Davos and from Madrisa and the Schlappin valley, whilst those seeking more of a challenge should head to the Jakobshorn. Finally beginners have the use of the Bolgen nursery slope beneath the Jakobshorn and the Bunda, whilst the Parsenn offers easy runs and good skiing in the bowl.

On the slopes, there are a few mountain huts to choose from. In the resort itself, there are plenty of good restaurants, but prices in the royal resort are higher. The top of the range is the 2 Michelin-starred Walserhof, the best in the area. Other restaurants of note include the Alpina, and Al Bertos which serves great pizza.

Apres-ski is pleasant, with live music and tea at places like the Chesa Grischuna, whilst the more active should head for either Gaudy’s, which acts as a favourite meeting place, the bright and popular Gotschna, the Rossli, with its sports television, and the Casa Antica, a small disco.

Off the slopes, Klosters is a good base for winter-walking, and cross country skiing, and also offers tobogganing. The leisure centre also has an ice rink, whilst some hotels open their pools for public use. For more cultural diversion, take the train to the interesting old town of Chur

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