Sledging: There are many sledging runs in the region, including an 8.5 km run from the Madrisa right down to Saas, and a 3.5 km run from the middle station of the Gotschna cable-car. The sledging run from the top of the Rinerhorn is floodlit on Wednesday and Friday evenings from January until March and so too is the Bergrestaurant Jatzmeder. The Schatzalp sledging run is open until 11 p.m. every day! Sledges can be hired from the cable-car stations.

Ice skating:   There is an ice rink in Klosters, which is open for much of the winter season, entry is discounted with your Guest Card and ice skates are available to hire. Here too you can often watch curling and ice hockey matches. There is a restaurant at the sports centre where the ice rink is located. Or you can make the short and picturesque train journey to Davos and use Europe's largest natural ice rink, free with your Guest Card.

Apartment in Klosters: Hus am Golfplatz

   Winter activities: cross-country skiing,

                 sledging, skating, walking…

If skiing is not for you, there are plenty of other ways to enjoy the winter wonderland. There is a network of well-maintained winter footpaths, notably along the side of the River Landquart from the centre of the village all the way to the village of Monbiel and beyond to the Alp Garfiun inn (open mainly at weekends). For a romantic and memorable experience, you can also travel to the Alp Garfiun by horse-drawn sledge!

To reach far into deep snowy forests and untouched winter landscapes, you can hire snowshoes or join an organised snowshoe walk, often including a meal in a traditional mountain hut.

 Train rides on the pretty little red narrow-gauge RhB railway are particularly enjoyable in winter, as the line passes through snowy forests and across wide fields of unspoilt white.

To find out more about opportunities for paragliding, ice climbing, fatbike riding and all the other winter activities in the Davos Klosters region, see

The beautifully maintained cross-country skiing network in Davos Klosters encompasses over 100 km of classic trails and 46 km of skating trails across all difficulty ratings. The routes take you out along peaceful valleys past picturesque hamlets. In Klosters, there is a 3 km trail that is floodlit for night-time skiing on Tuesdays and Thursdays.