Cheap Flights to Klosters

Klosters overview

The small resort of Klosters illustrates the best of the chic European skiing towns. The quaint Alpine appearance of the town – wooden chalets and no traffic on the streets – has long appealed to British royalty, and the area has become known for hosting Prince Charles, William and Harry on numerous winter holidays.

The ski area is shared with neighbouring Davos, but Klosters also has access to its own section of pistes, the Madrisa. All levels of skiers are welcomed at Klosters, with local slopes appealing to beginners and plenty of slopes appealing to intermediate and experienced skiers.  The resort is perfect for those who value the après-ski as much as the skiing, as there are plenty of restaurants and shops in the area.

Klosters climate

Summer months (June to August) have temperatures between 3 and 9 C (37 and 48 F). The winter months (December to February) have temperatures between -9 and -3 C (15 and 26 F).

When to fly to Klosters

Peak season:

The peak season in Klosters is a long one, running from late November to April.

Off season:

Early December tends to be less crowded.

Getting around Klosters

Two trains per hour travel from Zürich to Klosters via Landquart, where you board a second train (two and a half hours journey time); hourly trains leave Landquart for Klosters. Transfer time can be reduced by an hour when hiring a car at the airport.

Klosters insider information

  • The Klosters website has useful information for skiers, including a weather report for the next three days and live webcams of the slopes and lifts.
  • Klosters has 40 restaurants in town and two nightclubs. Klosters has more of an adult vibe than neighbouring Davos. However, the small amount of clubs does mean you’re likely to find the Princes when they’re in town.
  • Night skiing takes place every Tuesday and Friday at the Selfranga lift.

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