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John Clements
Posted: 20/03/17
Super Week
Overall rating: 5 stars
John Clements
Visited: March 2017

Thank you to David Sincock for guiding me around the pistes of Klosters and Davos.

Fantastic sunshine and varied snow conditions.

I certainly enjoyed the week

Slopes:
4 stars
Accommodation:
4 stars
Eating:
5 stars
Apres:
3 stars
Value for money:
4 stars
Clare Lennard
Posted: 21/02/17
Wonderful day's skiing
Overall rating: 5 stars
Clare Lennard
Visited: February 2017

My two children and I were lucky enough to have a fantastic day's skiing with Club Leaders Lisa and Mike. Lisa and Mike guided us expertly to parts of Klosters and Davos that we wouldn't have otherwise discovered. They set a good pace which meant that the strongest skiers were made to ski stylishly and the less confident were able to keep up. My daughter Lucy particularly benefited from the day and made huge advances in her skiing.

Slopes:
5 stars
Accommodation:
3 stars
Eating:
3 stars
Apres:
2 stars
Value for money:
1 star
Marie Obrien
Posted: 07/03/16
Mrs Marie Obrien
Overall rating: 5 stars
Marie Obrien
Visited: February 2016

Zoe was a really lovely welcoming Ski Club Rep. Thoroughly enjoyed the 3 days I skied with her. Excellent

Slopes:
5 stars
Accommodation:
5 stars
Eating:
5 stars
Apres:
5 stars
Value for money:
3 stars
Sara Steward
Posted: 24/03/15
Klosters
Overall rating: 4 stars
Sara Steward
Visited: March 2015

Klosters was a quiet little town in March - not the place for exciting nightlife but one or two nice bars to be found. The ski area offers good variety of terrain and is well linked to Davos. The lift system is good although quite a few T bars still there. The off piste has plenty of potential but sadly not for us as it was rock hard all week. Our hotel was the Cresta - reasonably priced, good food, pleasant room and good location. But strangely quiet. Klosters is easily accessed by train from Zurich. Would recommend Klosters for typical Swiss atmosphere and prettiness and wide variety of runs. But the Swiss Franc means that it is not going to be cheap!

Slopes:
4 stars
Accommodation:
4 stars
Eating:
4 stars
Apres:
3 stars
Value for money:
3 stars
Timothy Kelly
Posted: 02/03/15
Review for Madrisa/Parsenn
Overall rating: 3 stars
Timothy Kelly
Visited: February 2015

No resort is going to show its best during half-term, but at least an influx of punters tests the resort infrastructure and highlights where some investment may be needed. Firstly, the bus service cannot really cope at peak times - an extra bus or two is needed particularly at the end of the day from Madrisa. Secondly, Madrisa needs an alternative to the Schaffürggli T-bar, which is a drag of almost 2 km and the only way to the upper slopes. This is a daunting experience for the inexperienced and T-bar averse. Once you've made it to the top, there are some excellent undulating, rapid reds to get your legs working again. Skiers looking for more of a challenge will need to go off-piste or head up to the Parsenn, which provides a more extensive ski area. From the top of Parsenn you can ski all the way to Kublis (snow cover permitting), thus avoiding T-bars and lift queues for ages! Despite being busy, the slopes were not crowded and are great fun for confident beginners and intermediates. We can recommend the Hotel Sport, Schwendi restaurant on the piste 21, and Swiss Ski + Snowboard School Sass - thanks Ursina!

Slopes:
4 stars
Accommodation:
4 stars
Eating:
4 stars
Apres:
2 stars
Value for money:
3 stars
Thanks!
Thanks!
Susie Llewelyn
Posted: 31/01/15
Staying up the mountain at 2200m
Overall rating: 3 stars
Susie Llewelyn
Visited: January 2015

I wanted to ski Davos/Klosters during the World Economic Forum (WEF) when no accommodation is available at valley level.
We stayed at the Bergrestaurant Gotchnagrat at the top of the Gotchnagrat cable car.
They have 4 twin rooms (no ensuite) and a couple of dormitories plus provide a perfectly adequate breakfast and evening meal.
The pistes are absolutely deserted during WEF so a great place to stay, but you have to be back on the 4pm cable car or lifts otherwise you are stuck...
There is a slightly odd male dominated atmosphere there but it is a great time to ski this area so recommended- lets face it you don't go to Klosters for the night life anyway!

Slopes:
5 stars
Accommodation:
3 stars
Eating:
3 stars
Apres:
1 star
Value for money:
4 stars
Richard Cheal
Posted: 24/03/14
It Beat All My Expectations!
Overall rating: 4 stars
Richard Cheal
Visited: March 2014

As a new member of the Club, I was very pleased with the efficiency and friendliness of the Leader and the other members.
I was just perfect for me being in Klosters on my own and not having anyone to ski with this time.
I was quite surprised at how long the other members had been skiing with the Club and how loyal they were.
Bob West was great and was able to please us all with his knowledge, skill and choice of lunch stops!
More skiing with the Club for me..
Thanks.

Slopes:
4 stars
Accommodation:
5 stars
Eating:
4 stars
Apres:
2 stars
Value for money:
3 stars
Peter Ive
Posted: 22/03/09
Klosters review
Peter Ive

Mogul fans beware. There are no un-bashed pistes in the Davos/Klosters area. Even the so-called blacks were corduroy race motorways. There are 2 nominated bump runs in the whole Klosters/Davos area.
Brambuel on Jakobshorn has a short black section at the top which is reserved for bumps but was in fact being bashed flat by a piste bully with a rock anchor when we tried to ski it in mid march.
Skihutte Gruobenalp drops below the Weissfluhjock down to Wolfgang from where it is a train and 2 lifts back up to be able to ski it again. 0/5 for bumps and black on piste skiing.

Posted: 08/06/06
Klosters review
Ski Club member

Went to Klosters at both X-mas 2005 and March 2006. Distinct lack of good nightlife in Klosters itself (Davos is great). Stayed in the Silvretta: Bar was expensive and food became repetative after 4 days or so. Overall v. overpriced. Terrain good, in particular the off piste on madrisa and under the gotchna bahn. However, if you want to experience this I would recommend staying in Davos and either skiing or catching the bus/train over so you save money and experience some decent nightlife.

Posted: 27/02/04
Klosters review
Ski Club member

Spent the weekend in Kublis to enjoy the long run home. Can now highly recommend the Hotel Hirschen, minutes from the train station which is only 15 minutes from Klosters. At only 60 CHF per person for an ensuite room, you'd be hard to beat this for value. This season (and hopefully from now on) for a mere 1 Swiss Franc on the price of the lift pass, train fares between Kublis / Davos / Klosters are included! A foehn sturm on Saturday meant many lifts were closed. It took well over 30 minutes from arriving at the bottom of Gotschnagrat to make it to the front of the queue. Alas, the queues were no better on the mountain: watch out for storm warnings and then avoid Parsenn / Gotschna and head to the Rinerhorn which, according to skiiers were met on Sunday, was empty. Better weather Sunday meant good, if heavy, conditions. No idea why the run to Kublis is marked as red - a narrow road yes, but very flat with no challenge at all. Lovely scenery.

Posted: 05/01/04
Klosters review
Ski Club member

Parsenn is awesome for
snowboarding !! The long
runs are excellent for freeride.One good trip is to come back to Klosters
Dorf from Parsenn by ski/snowboard,
not recommended for beginners though.

Posted: 06/01/03
Klosters review
Ski Club member

The train and car shuttle tunnel to the Engadine has been open for about 3 years. It's very easy to stay in Klosters and langlauf in the Engadine every day. The tunnel under construction is the new road bypass to davos and the car loading point for the shuttle. By the way, the argument over the train service has been settled again!

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