Thanks to the northerly aspect of many of Klosters’ slopes, coupled with its high altitude (over 80% of the ski area lies above 2000m), this is an excellent late season ski destination. If the spring snow history (look right) is anything to go by, conditions should be good over the Easter period. Visitors will not be disappointed with the variety and size of the ski area, which has over 300km of pistes to suit beginners through to experts. Beginners can start on the bunny lifts in the village, or up on Madrisa and then graduate onto the gentle blue runs around the Parsenhutte – number 15 is especially wide and suited to carving. The long intermediate runs down to the village are supplemented with snow cannons and usually stay open all season.
The resort has also been praised by the Swiss tourism association as a ‘Families Welcome’ holiday destination which makes Klosters a fine choice if you’re taking advantage of the school holidays to hit the slopes. Children will love Madrisaland, a play park and ski school at the top of the Madrisa gondola and ‘Marden’s club’ also specialise in children’s ski lessons. Single travellers, couples and groups are also well looked after; you’ll find excellent restaurants like Prattiger Huschi and some quaint bars (Chesa Grischuna is a must) for après-ski around the village. There’s also the 45km of walking trails and the many sledging runs, which make a good alternative to skiing for non-skiers or those wanting a change of scene.
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