Cross-Country, Winter Hiking, Snow Shoe Hiking and more...
Cross Country Skiing
The Klosters network of cross-country skiing trails
starts just outside the hotel. You can clip on your skis over the road in the Silvretta Park and, for example, ski along the picturesque Monbiel valley. This trail takes you along the banks of the river and then gently uphill through the woods before opening out into the valley floor – the backdrop of majestic mountains makes it a truly spectacular trail.
You are certain to find a trail that suits you - whether you choose to explore a cross-country trail in one of the romantic valleys, train on the FIS racing track in the Flüela valley, or join friends for an evening session on one of the floodlight trails
There are 100 km of standard cross-country ski trails
and 46 km of skating tracks
. They are well-groomed and cover all levels of difficulty. There are even two trails along the rivers Landwasser and Landquart where your dog can accompany you.
Map of trails in Klosters / Davos
If you would like a ski teacher to help you master these skinny skis or give you a refresher course, please please contact the Swiss Ski and Snowboard School Klosters
Other winter activities
The region Klosters & Davos also has a lot to offer for non-skiers. Whether you are looking for something more relaxed, you just want to enjoy the beautiful surroundings, or maybe you would like to be whisked off on a short winter adventure, we have just the right thing for you!
What about ....
... Winter walks?
If you prefer to keep both feet on the ground instead of skimming across the slopes on skis then take advantage of more than 45 km of prepared footpaths around Klosters. Another 111 km of groomed winter hiking trails are waiting for you in nearby Davos. The choice is up to you – either a leisurely stroll or a brisk hike in the beautiful snowy surroundings.
For further details and winter hiking
maps of the region, click here
An alternative to a normal winter hike is a special torchlight walk, e.g. on the walk back to Klosters after a cosy evening in a mountain restaurant.
The runs are normally open from early December until mid April, depending on the snow conditions in Klosters and Davos.
Great winter fun can be had by all on the toboggan runs – during the daytime or in the evening – choose from short and longer runs – it is even worth foregoing other winter sports for a day
Click here for more details on tobogganing Klosters
Click here for more details on tobogganing Davos!
Tobogganing in a group is great fun. Ask us for the special group rates and which runs are particularly suitable.
.. Walks with snow shoes?
Walk through pristine countryside and enjoy the tranquillity away from the official hiking trails. This is also a suitable activity for groups made up of skiers and non-skiers. Skiers could meet those with snow shoes, for instance, for a meal in the Schwendi hut.
Experienced ski instructors from the Swiss Ski and Snowboard School Klosters
can be booked as guides on these walks. We will gladly inquire about prices for your group.
... Ice sports
The Klosters sports centre is located opposite the hotel in the Silvretta Park. In winter you can go ice skating
or try your hand at curling
. What about a small curling competition for your group – we will gladly inquire about prices for your group.
... A horse-drawn sledge ride
A ride in a horse-drawn sledge through the splendid snowy countryside around Klosters can be superbly combined with a meal in a cosy mountain hut or in our Grischalina restaurant. If you are looking for a relaxing and enjoyable activity, then a sledge ride is the ideal choice. The coachman and sledge will pick you from the Silvretta Parkhotel of course return you here as well. A variety of trips of different duration are available. We will gladly inquire about prices for you/your group.