Klosters offers everything for winter hearts
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, located 1,200 m above sea level, is one of the most popular mountain resorts in the Alps
. With its original village character and fascinating mountain setting, comprehensive sport, leisure and wellness facilities and proximity to Davos, the highest town in the Alps, every year Klosters-Serneus is a magnet for visitors from all over the world.
Visitors who like to holiday in a rural setting but want a bit of town life as well, feel very at home in Klosters. There is a wide range of facilities and virtually no limit to the experiences on offer. Whether peace and quiet, exciting new discoveries or sport are your priorities, everything you want is here.
The holiday region
of Klosters Davos combines urban flair with a backdrop of magnificent mountains for its diverse range of winter activities
. The 477 sq.km area of Klosters Davos offers
romantic winter footpaths
, cross-country trails
through unspoilt countryside and five different skiing areas for downhill skiers
, freeriding and freestyle snowboarding
. Davos was the birthplace of tobogganing and sledging, it boasts the largest ice rink in Europe –all in all, an absolute paradise for all kinds of winter sports.
Both Klosters & Davos offer their visitors free use of public transport
and are proud of their “Families welcome
” policy. A few more reasons that make Klosters & Davos the ultimate destination for a memorable winter holiday in the Grisons /Graubünden.
Should you want to spend a day outside the Klosters Davos region
during your holiday in Grisons/Graubünden, there are numerous options both winter
within a day’s reach. Here are some of the excursions
you might like to try.
is optimally linked to the entire Swiss rail network via the Rhaetian Railway
. So you can leave your car behind and get the full benefit of your planned excursion.
We will gladly advise you about nearby destinations in Switzerland
Bernina Express – an experience of a very special kind
The Albula and Bernina route of the Rhaetian Railway
is one of the most spectacular ways to cross the Alps. A particular high-point of the ride is the panoramic view from the Bernina Express as it descends from Davos past glaciers to the palms of Tirano. The Bernina Express is the classic among the premium trains of the Rhaetian Railway and travels along the highest railway line in the Alps. It connects northern and southern Europe, providing a bridge between various language regions and culture The train makes short work of the 55 tunnels, 196 bridges and slopes of up to 70 millimetres per metre of incline that are found along the route from Thusis to Tirano. Since summer 2008, this section has been classed as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Chur – capital of the Canton of Grisons
Pay a visit to our capital, which with its 5,000-year history is the oldest town in Switzerland. Take a look inside the 800-year-old cathedral or explore the picturesque old town. Chur
is also perfect just for a relaxing stroll or doing a bit of shopping.
Toboggan run in Preda Bergün
The train from Klosters will get you to Preda in less than 2 hours . The mountain road over the Albula pass is closed to traffic in winter and serves instead as Europe’s best-known tobbogan run.
Sledge down the 6 km to Bergün – an incredible experience. In the high season a train runs every 30 minutes to take you from Bergün back up to Preda. Jump on your sledge and race back down, or take your time - under 5 minutes is the record but most need around 20.
for prices and operating times of the train! Bergün/Preda