Klosters is a small charming Swiss village where luxury mixes with action-packed snow sports. Linked with its neighbouring town Davos, to form the Davos-Klosters ski resort there’s a huge ski area to explore from the village and many ways to enjoy the abundant amounts of snow that the resort receives every winter. Across six ski areas there are over 318km of marked downhill slopes covering a variety of terrain which is accessible to everyone; complete novices can enjoy their time on the resort’s gentle nursery slopes just as much as professional athletes will enjoy the challenging steep black runs and immense off-piste areas around Davos-Klosters.From the resort there are also many cross-country skiing trails. Within the Klosters area alone there are 35km trails for classic cross-country skiing and 35km for skating style, and from Davos you can access even more including 16km of dog-friendly trails. All of the cross-country trails are free to use, and if you’ve never tried it before the Nordic Ski School will help you get started. The climate of Klosters also lends itself to ice sports, and there are facilities for regular skating, speed skating, curling, and ice hockey. And in the natural environment there’s also ice fun to be found on the Sertig waterfall, throughout the winter you can challenge yourself to scale its frozen cascades.For some indoor fun away from the snow and ice Klosters has numerous bowling alleys, and the Cultural Society of Klosters organises many concerts, theatre productions, and film screenings. Also lots of the hotels in the village have spas where residents and non-residents can go to relax and rejuvenate. Although not the party capital of the Swiss Alps there are plenty of late night bars, and for alternative evening entertainment you can take a trip over to the casino in Davos.