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Klosters is a very attractive village in the Graubunden region of Switzerland. As part of the Rega Pass ski area, it offers two hundred miles of pistes, on top of which there is a train link to neighbouring Davos. This alpine resort, favoured by the royals, has an upmarket reputation. It is in two parts with a bus running between Klosters Platz and Klosters Dorf. The resort lies at an altitude of three thousand five hundred feet and with skiing at over eight thousand feet, there is good snow cover throughout the season. A variety of lifts give easy access to the slopes which provide for all levels of ability. There are schools which include tuition for for off-piste and powder skiing. With four snow parks, it is Europe's favourite resort for snow boarders. Accommodation is first rate, restaurants are superb and there are a good number of shops. Although there are one or two lively venues, nightlife here is generally low-key. Klosters ski holidays offer great snow conditions with stunning scenery and a traditional alpine atmosphere.
Klosters ski holidays offer great skiing with good snow cover throughout the season. If you are seeking a touch of luxury in a family friendly environment with superb amenities, our Klosters ski holidays will surely please.
Klosters ski holidays are popular with all skiers regardless of ability. They attract families and couples of all ages. Non-skiers can enjoy Klosters as there is much to do throughout the day.
The Klosters ski holiday season lasts from early December to early April. Snow cover is generally good throughout this time. The summer months bring an influx of visitors who enjoy climbing, hill walking, river sports and mountain biking.
Klosters is an idyllic resort set in a stunning alpine landscape. With access to the Rega Pass Ski Area, it offers skiing and boarding for all levels of ability. It also has its own area, the Madrisa, which offers more relaxing skiing away from crowded slopes. With almost two hundred miles for downhill and over twenty miles of cross country trails, skiers should be more than satisfied. With one snow park in Klosters Madrisa, and three more in the area, boarders are also content. A variety of lifts give easy access to the slopes and there is a train link to Davos. Schools provide tuition as well as guides for those advanced skiers who wish to ski off-piste. Superior accommodation is provided by hotels, chalets and apartments. Restaurants in the village and on the mountain serve diverse menus from traditional fare to international cuisine. Klosters ski holidays are an ideal choice for mixed parties with non-skiers in their midst as there is much to see and do. Activities include walking trails, skating rinks, toboggan runs and sleigh rides.The summer months bring an influx of visitors to the resort wishing to enjoy the walking trails, climbing, mountain biking and river sports. Apres ski is fairly relaxed although there are one or two lively venues where you can party into the night. A Klosters ski holiday offers glorious days in magnificent countryside followed by pleasant evenings in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
Klosters nightlife has something for every mood, from romantic to party. There are fine restaurants where you can enjoy an intimate meal as well as lively bars for those seeking a lively end to the day. There is also a disco where you can dance until the early hours.
Klosters has a good number of shops providing for all your holiday needs. If greater choice is needed, take the short journey to Davos which should more than satisfy.
Klosters has more than its fair share of excellent restaurants, some of which are considered the best in Europe. While it is possible to find cheaper venues, eating out in Klosters is generally expensive.