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Klosters

40 Number of reviews:

92 % Recommendation rate:

Resort 9.2
Ski area 9.3
Information about the ski area
Parsenn/Gotschna
Highest point: 2,844 m
Lowest point: 810 m
Altitude ski resort: 1,180 m
Lifts in total: 55
Tow lifts: 29
Chair lifts: 14
Gondola lift: 12
Pistes in total: 245.4 km
Pistes:
69.3 km
Pistes:
125.1 km
Pistes:
51 km
Ski routes: 61 km

Ski area Parsenn/Gotschna

Ski area Parsenn/Gotschna

The Davos Klosters Mountains lift pass allows you to take advantage of absolute skiing enjoyment on 300 kilometres of piste in the 5 ski areas Madrisa, Parsenn, Jakobshorn, Rinerhorn and Pischa (excl. Schatzalp). At an altitude between between 810 and 2,844 m, pistes covering all levels of difficulty and 57 modern lifts provide a great deal of variety. In addition, there is the especially high snow security, allowing snow enjoyment into April!

A highlight is the 12 km long run from Weissfluh to Küblis with an altitude difference of 2,034 m! This is also a paradise for snowboarders: national and international competitions take place in the region's fun parks.

Especially worth mentioning is the Jakobshorn - a snowboard Mecca for years - with the Nidecker Monster Pipe. Floodlit half-pipes, kicker, rails and a boardercross with kicker can also be found in other areas - no wish goes unfulfilled! The Pischa area offers almost exclusively freerider terrain and therefore is one of the most popular places to go in Switzerland.

For families the sunny Madrisa area is most appealing to ski. Here the adults can power out on the pistes, whilst the children can enjoy first-class child care facilities.

Since a few years, the modern lift started operation instead of the first part of the Jakobshorn lift, and the valley and summit station were both newly constructed. The comfortable lift is able to transport 100 people and offers a higher level of comfort.

Approx. 20 Wi-Fi hotspots are at your disposal in mountain huts and restaurants in the ski area.

Early birds also have the chance to enjoy untouched, freshly prepared pistes in the Parsenn ski area first thing in the morning before the area officially opens, all the while experiencing a gorgeous sunrise in the snow - the perfect start to a day of skiing!
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Night skiing Klosters

Some resorts in Switzerland offer pistes in the evening for night skiing. One of those night skiing areas is the ski area Davos Klosters. In Klosters, you can go night skiing at the Selfranga lift every Tuesday from 19:00 - 21:00 and every Friday from 19:30 - 21:30. Additionally, the piste at Rinerhorn in Davos is even illuminated for night skiing from 19:00 - 23:00. For those who want to go cross-country skiing at night, Nordic skiers can look forward to an approx. 3.2 km illuminated trail in Klosters every Tuesday and Thursday until 21:30. In Davos, the approx. 2.5 km trail is even illuminated daily. Tickets for night skiing can be acquired in resort.

Après ski Klosters

In Klosters itself it genrally is a bit quiter in the evenings than in Davos. But also here you will find possibilities to turn night into day. In "Gaudy's Graströchni" apres ski is offered from midday until into the evening. Also the "Casa Antica" invites you to take twirl around the dancefloor. During the week the bars are there for enjoying a quiet drink, while on the weekends the DJ's provide the right dance music.

Numerous restaurants invite the guests in to try many different specialities and let the evening come to a cosy end. Those who want to be sporty in the evening can use the flood-lit piste at Sefranga lift as well as a night cross-country trail twice a week. The ice rink is illuminated once a week.

During the day, not only skiing is a major winter sport in Klosters. You can also go ice skating or try out curling. Romantic moments are guaranteed if you decide to go on a horse-drawn carriage ride and enjoy the wintery landscape whilst relaxing!

Snowpark: Snowpark Jatz Park Klosters

Since the late 1980's the Jakobshorn is known as a freestyle Mecca, and therefore in 1993 the "Bogenschanze" was opened as a mere snowboarder's hotel. However the snow park and the SuperPipe are the real highlights at the Jakobshorn.

The "Jatz Park" is located directly at the "Jatz Junior" lift and offers everything a freestyler's heart may desire. At 2,500 m altitude the park provides 3 different lines: medium jib line, medium slopestyle line and pro slopestyle line. Various kickers, such as the 18 m Big Air, wallride spine, tractor tyre bonk or rails, in form of elbow rails or a 6 m long straight pipe - there is something for everyone here and creativity can run riot.

A special highlight at the Jakobshorn is the 120 m long Monster Half-pipe at Bolgen im Tal in Davos. Every year in January the stars of the "Ticket-to-Ride" Tour present their skills in the "O'Neill Evolution" contest. Further, the great pipe can be used three times per week in the evening to keep practising after sun down, with the flood lights on. Regular checks and maintenance work guarantees best conditions on the half-pipe.

Besides the mega freestyle paradise at the Jakobshorn there is also a smaller snow park at the Rinerhorn and one at the Selfrangalift, as well as a ski and bordercross run at Parsenn and Madrisa. So if you are looking for solid freestyle fun filled with adrenaline, you are absolutely in the right place here!

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Expert rating report Parsenn/Gotschna

The rating report Parsenn/Gotschna comprises the main groups "Top rating categories", "Categories for special interests" and "Further rating categories" which all influence the overall result with their own count.

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(3.5 out of 5 stars)

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Families & children
Beginners
Experts & freeriders
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Cross-country facilities & trails

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