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Klostersスキー リゾート ガイド
- X-国:50 km
Klosters in Switzerland is a large resort with 33 lifts (10 gondolas, 5 chairs, 18 surface lifts) that offers skiers an incredible 1600 metres (5249 feet) of vertical descent. Klosters has 420 acres of terrain over 97 pistes with a total length of 315 kilometers (197 miles). Klosters is best suited for intermediate skiers and snowboarders but there is a also a lot of terrain for beginners and experts too. There are 50 kilometers (31 miles) of cross country ski trails at Klosters. For snowboarders, there are 2 terrain parks and a half pipe. A small proportion of the pistes at Klosters are covered by snowmaking. The closest airport is at Zurich but the transfer time is 2 hours. The nearest train station to Klosters is at Klosters. There is accommodation located close to the pistes but we would welcome additional information about any hotels or chalets in Klosters.
Klostersのスキー リゾート マネージャーから届いたお知らせ&ニュース
Parsenn Davos 17 November 2017 - 08 April 2018
*opening weeks from 3rd Nov - 12th Nov
Parsenn Klosters 02 December 2017 - 08 April 2018
only on the weekend: 2th to 3th Dec
Jakobshorn 02 December 2017 - 15 April 2018
only on the weekend: 2th to 3th Dec
Pischa 26 December 2017 - 25 March 2018
cloesd via WEF
Rinerhorn 23 December 2017 - 02 April 2018
continuous operation, cloesd via WEF
Madrisa 22 December 2017 - 02 April 2018
Schatzalpbahn 01 December 2017 - 02 April 2018
from 01.12.17 - 08.12.17 to 0:00am
from 08.12.17 - 02.04.18 to 2:00am
Strela (Schatzalp) Ski Area 17 December 2017 - 02 April 2018
from 17.12.17 - 01.02.18 to 4:00pm
from 01.02.18 - 02.04.18 to 4:30pm
- 発行:22 Nov
- 前回の降雪:21 November 2017
今日の天気 (2000 m)雪予報を全部見る
Klosters is like a Savile Row suit. It discreetly radiates style, sophistication and a relaxed elegance you'll be hard pushed to find elsewhere. The village looks like a scene from a Swiss chocolate wrapper with intricately-painted, carved wooden chalets huddling together in a valley covered with pines. The sleepy centre, Klosters Platz, harbours a smattering of ski shops, a few cosy bars and the obligatory Swiss watch shops. Unlike St Moritz, 90 minutes down the road, which parades its wealth, Klosters positively shuns the nouveau riche brigade. Even in the best restaurants such as the double-Michelin-starred Walserhof - jeans and fleeces are standard wear
There's plenty to challenge the expert skier in the huge linked Davos Klosters Parsenn ski area, including one of Europe's longest runs: about 17 kilometres top to bottom. The off-piste opportunities to find virgin powder seem limitless, you can still find untracked powder for days in the right spots unlike St Anton or Chamonix, for example, where everything is tracked out in hours after fresh snow. Switzerlands most extensive ski area is also an intermediates paradise. From Platz, the Gotschna cable links to the Parsenn and Strela-Schatzalp ski area of nearby Davos; it's one of the largest connected areas in Europe, so you will not be bored.
Most runs are above the tree-line (although skip the cable car home and take Pine Trail run all the way back to Platz). Surprisingly, it's protected from the wind and are ideal for shaky intermediates looking to build confidence. All this makes it perfect for mixed-ability groups. Experts can perfect wide carving turns, nipping off-piste when they fancy, intermediates can build speed skills and novices can feel chuffed they've tackled their first red.
Aprés-ski is understated and while you will definitely hear other Brits toasting each other after a good day on the slopes, Klosters attracts a mainly Swiss crowd. Head to the romantic Chesa Grischuna for cosy Swiss hospitality at its best; the wooden beams and open fires are a perfect setting for knocking back a Grappa or five.
The hotels Alpina and Verenia bars also attract a relaxed crowd with late-night drinking at the infamous Casa Antica nightclub/piano bar where things get a bit wilder; watch out though, drinks here are expensive. In fact, it's the only time you'll notice that you're in one of the world's ritziest resorts.
Tell anyone you've just popped over to Klosters for a weeks skiing and they'll think you've got a secret trust fund. Or royal connections. After all, Switzerland's most aristocratic resort is Prince Charles's favourite winter hang out.