Hostels in Klosters, Switzerland

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Get to know Klosters (no more "I wish I knew this before")

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Klosters, Switzerland, is a well-known ski resort in the Swiss Canton of Graubünden. Around four thousand four hundred people live permanently in the mountain village, which has many more temporary inhabitants during the peak season in winter. The biggest attraction is the ski resort, which is also the favourite ski resort for Charles, Prince of Wales. Outdoor enthusiasts visit the region all year round because it is also an excellent area for biking and hiking.

Klosters is located in the Alps, around one thousand two hundred metres above sea level. It is quite wet all year around, and it rains between twelve and sixteen days every month. In summer, the average daily maximum temperature reaches up to twenty-three degrees Celsius. The winters are quite cold. The maximum temperatures ranges from three to four degrees Celsius. Do not forget that the town is located in the mountains, therefore the weather can change quickly and precise weather forecasts are difficult.

In Klosters and the nearby bigger town of Davos, you can find any sort of accommodations, from top-notch hotels to holiday apartments and hostels in Klosters, Switzerland. The prices for Klosters, Switzerland hostels are comparatively high, but the quality of the facilities is good. Keep in mind that during the peak season in winter -- particularly at the Christmas holidays and the carnival holiday period in February -- is very busy, and it will be hard to find a place to stay in the cheaper places such as hostels in Klosters, Switzerland.

Six mountains with more than three hundred kilometres of slopes wait for winter-sport enthusiasts in the numerous ski resorts of Davos and Klosters. The difficulty level ranges from easy to challenging; freeriding and freestyle fun parks are available, as well. The ski resorts connect Klosters with Davos, which are only twelve kilometres apart but have a completely different vibe. Davos has an urban style, which is not typical for a smaller town in the Alps. Most people know the name due to the famous World Economic Forum that is held annually in the alpine town. Klosters has a more traditional village-like atmosphere, which can be very romantic and is very suitable for families with kids, as well. If you do not like winter sports and you want to visit the area in summer, it is an excellent spot for hiking and relaxation in a unique alpine atmosphere. More than seven hundred kilometres of well-marked hiking trails and mountain paths offer many choices for passionate hikers.

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Klosters Hostel Cheatsheet

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