With year-round activities that are sure to delight, Klosters is a Time & Place destination is sure to become a favorite. England’s Prince Charles is a regular visitor and so will you after your 1st trip. Whether you visit in the winter or summer, the outdoor activities are plentiful and the adventure is nonstop. The town of Klosters itself is village-like with its quaint and friendly population and it is known as a more family-friendly destination thanks to the nearly limitless activities.
In the summer, rent mountain bikes and cruise the miles upon miles of biking trails as the sun warms you and awakens the stunning landscape around you. Rock climbers and hikers will feel like they’ve found their own private paradise with endless opportunities to explore this beautiful alpine setting.
Visitors in the winter will of course want to ski the famed Swiss Alps and have their choice of 6 mountains full of terrain levels that ranges from beginner to expert. Those truly passionate about their skiing and snowboarding skills should definitely visit one of the famed ski schools and enhance their abilities. For those less adventurous but who still desire an authentic Swiss experience, the snow shoeing and glacier walks are slower-paced ways to take in the spectacular setting that Klosters has to offer. Another fantastic way to experience the glorious mountain landscape is by rail; there are numerous railways in the region that take you through tunnels, over glaciers, and in some cases, across the border. What better way to soak in this alpine paradise than by letting someone else do the driving?
No matter what your interests are, you may just fall in love with this under-the-radar destination from Time & Place.
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