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About Klosters
General Information
Klosters with its romantic alpine atmosphere offers a diverse variety of activities for young and old. It is just next to the Alpine metropolis Davos.
Places to visit
Winter sports museum
The winter sports museum contains a very extensive collection of valuable winter sports equipment and documents from the Jürg Kaufmann family foundation in Davos. The collection includes magnificent exhibits (toboggans, bobsleds, skis, ice skates, curling material, etc.) from the early days of winter sports all the way to the present.
Kulturschuppen
Theatre, concerts, movies, literary reading sessions, and activities for children: The Kulturschuppen Klosters has a very multifaceted and diverse entertainment programme.
The Pischa nature reserve in the Flüela Valley
The reserve was created to protect the local flora and extends along the northern side of the valley up to Tschuggen, taking in the Tschuggenberg, the Pischahorn, the Flüelaberg, the Pedraberg, the Hörnli, the Seehorn and the Obersand.
Alpinum Schatzalp
The botanical garden has some 10,000 plants of around 800 different types, and now features the new "Alfred Vogel Garden of Medicinal Herbs".
Sport facilities
80 percent of all slopes in Klosters/Davos are above 1,800 meters (6,000 feet). At this altitude, there’s always snow in winter. Klosters/Davos is one of those regions in Switzerland with guaranteed snow. Its special climate ensures much earlier and more frequent snowfall than in any other ski region. A special family-friendly ski region awaits you at the Madrisa, Klosters’ sun terrace. Skiing has never been more relaxing.
Klosters has more than 35 kilometers (21 miles) and Davos more than 85 kilometers (52 miles) of prepared trails for skating and classic cross-country skiing. Beginners and advanced skiers won’t be disappointed.
Klosters has spectacular hiking options on offer, starting at the Madrisa and Gotschna mountain railway stations. In summer, these railways are included in the visitor’s tax and can be used free of charge.
In Klosters and Davos, bike riders will encounter impressive tours, multifaceted landscapes, and fantastic descents. More than 500 kilometres (310 miles) of marked bike trails in varying degrees of difficulty guarantee great biking fun.
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