Klosters Resort Attractions
Klosters has an 8.6km (5.4 mile) long toboggan run down from the Saaseralp mountain restaurant at 1,889m above sea level on Madrisa is something special and a winter pleasure best enjoyed in a traditional winter resort like Klosters. To really make a day of it you can book the restaurant at the top for everything from a children’s party or birthday celebration through to a baptism or wedding reception. Davos Klosters is in fact where tobogganing became an international sport 130 years ago in 1883 when the first official race was staged there. The local ’Davoser’ sledge design is now an Alpine standard.
Winter Walks (10km cleared paths)
(Note: There are many more facilities available in nearby Davos).
Shopping in Klosters
Although not a leading shopping destination, Klosters has several dozen stores which can provide for most holiday needs, and of course an excursion by ski, train or bus to neighbouring Davo provides access to hundreds more shops if you do fancy some ‘recreational retail therapy.’
Indeed it is perhaps in part because of the proximity of Davos that there’s little need for Klosters retail options to be particularly extensive. Along with sports shops and food retailers (see separate entries) there’s a chemist, souvenir and gift shops such as Come In (+41 (0)81 422 45 22) or Pine Cone (+41 (0)81 420 28 50) and even an antiques store Rössli Antiquitäten (+41 (0)81 422 15 16).