There is a big contrast between the two resorts. Klosters is very rural and quiet and trekking is the main activity along with cross country skiing on the well maintained pistes around Valle de Flüelatal. There are different routes with beautiful views between the two resorts depending on your level. Mountain biking and night trekking are also popular activities and horse, mule and lama riding are other options to bear in mind as a fun way to see the village. In Klosters village you can skate on the largest natural ice rink in Europe. It’s 18.000 m² and has zones dedicated to skating, curling, hockey and speed skating. Davos is a cosmopolitan city with lively nightlife, numerous luxury shops and an infinity of restaurants. Another highlight is the Austrian cuisine in the area with the speciality meats and typical cheeses.
If you have time and want to relax and enjoy the scenery, the Bernina Express goes from Davos around the beautiful zone of Grisones over the Bernina pass, going past the breath taking glaciers and majestic peaks and onto Tirano in Italy. In Davos the toboggan is a popular and playful means of transport and the first official toboggan race was held there in 1883. The popular pistes for tobogganing are the Madrisa and Saas, which are eight kilometres long and the Gotschnaboden which is three and a half kilometres long. They are also lit at night.
The trekking and snowshoe trails through the snowy forests is an option. Some of the marked trails which stand out are Pischa, Flúelatal, Wildboden and Undercut. You can go ice climbing in the Sertigal Valley with Bergführer Davos Klosters who organise trips. The height of these formations along with the different tones are impressive. Paragliding is a way to see Davos Kloster from another perspective and there are various companies which you can contract such as AAA-Paragliding, Air-Davos Paragliding o Flugcenter Grischa Air-Taxi Sektion Klosters.