As an overnight guest at Hotel Piz Buin, you will receive your personal guest card, also known as the «Davos Klosters Premium Card», upon arrival.
Fancy an adventure? The winter guest programme offers daily winter experiences accompanied by local guides. Take your first turns on the freshly groomed slopes early in the morning before all the other guests at sunrise, take a look behind the scenes of the legendary Davos Congress Centre, explore untouched landscapes on snowshoes or build your own igloo. The choice is yours.
Bookable weekly from mid-December to early April, each 2 weeks in advance.
HERE for more information.
Rhaetian Railway: Free travel (2nd class) between Klosters Dorf - Davos - Filisur and Saas - Davos - Filisur
Local bus Klosters-Serneus: Free travel on the entire network.
With its 6 mountains and 300 km of runs spread over 85 descents, Davos Klosters is one of the largest Alpine winter sports regions. And the best part of it is that there is something for all winter sports enthusiasts: carvers, freeriders, snowboarders and those who want to take things just a little easier.
Piste report Mountains Tariffs & tickets
Ski rentals and ski servicing shops Klosters:
Bardill Sport in Klosters Gotschna Sport in Klosters Andrist Sport in Klosters
Beginner or crack, in a group or private lessons - with varied course offers your winter holidays in Klosters will become an unforgettable experience! Conquer the slopes and cross-country tracks in Klosters and surroundings with the motivated team of ski, snowboard and cross-country ski instructors.
Schweizer Ski & Snowboard School Klosters, Bahnhofstr. 4, Klosters, Tel. +41 81 410 28 28,
Swiss Ski & Snowboard School Saas, Landstrasse 15, Klosters Dorf, Tel: +41 81 420 22 33
The trail network in Davos Klosters encompasses over 100 km of classic trails and 46 km of skating trails across all difficulty ratings. They all have one thing in common: They are superbly well prepared. Furthermore, in Davos special dog trails can also be found along the Landwasser.
Davos Klosters is the cradle of international tobogganing. In 1883 the first official toboggan race was held in Davos. And the famous "Davos sledge" is effectively the original amongst toboggans. Today, at least 8 sledge runs promise fun and variety in Davos Klosters.