Klosters Travel Guide
Klosters Ski Resort
- Nearest town: Davos
- Resort Altitude (metres): 1200m
- Ski Season: December - April
- Mountain Range: The Alps
- Number of Lifts: 52
- Highest Lift (metres): 2844m
- Lowest Lift (metres): 1110m
- Number of Slopes: 97
- Snowboarding: yes: park and half-pipe
- Cross Country (km): 50km
Klosters Ski Information
Klosters has a few other other activities and sightseeing possibilities. A good place to start sightseeing is at the Museum Klosters, which exhibits the history of the town and its people. If you want to take a look at some art collections, go to Alex's Art Galerie. Another sight well worth checking out is the St Jakob Church, which dates back to the 13th century. For those who are looking for something a little more active, there are walking trails through the beautiful surrounding landscape, as well as hang gliding and paragliding.
- Languages: German French Italian Romansch
- Temperatures: 5.2°C
- Driving: Drivers drive on the right-hand side of the road
- Emergency contact numbers: Police: 117
- Population: 3000
- Religion: 49% Roman Catholic 48% Protestant
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The Apres Ski scene is a little on the quiet side, with the nightlife limited to a few night clubs and bars, most of the lively venues are in Platz. There are also a number of shops that sell a wide variety of products and also provide equipment rental Klosters has a wide variety of restaurants, which serve a range of Continental cuisine. Some of the other activities on offer, include a sports centre and gym; a bowling alley; a swimming pool; an ice rink; a sauna; and a cinema.
Klosters is part of the Davos ski network and also has its own ski area, the Madrisa. The resort has two parts, Dorf and Platz. Platz is where you'll find the classy hotels and more lively atmosphere, it is near the station. Dorf is a little more quiet and laid back. The ski runs in the area are suited for al levels of skiing. Beginners can go to the Parsen for easier runs; intermediates have a good choice of long blue and red runs; and experts have good on- and off-piste runs. The Apres Ski scene is a little on the quiet side, although there are some excellent bars and restuarants. There are also a number of non-skiing activities on offer.
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