The village of Klosters-Serneus is located in Switzerland in the canton of Graubünden. Klosters is the last village upstream, at the end of the Prättigau valley. It was in 1936 that the first mechanical lift (and second in the world) was inaugurated.
The Klosters ski resort is known as an ideal ski resort for families and for its most important ski area in the canton with more than 210 km of slopes between 1128 m and 2844 m above sea level, in including those in Davos near Klosters.
The Klosters station is connected to the high mountain slopes in two places: the Madrisa gondola at the exit downstream of Klosters Dorf, a mountain whose slopes are facing south; and the Gotschnabahn cable car behind the Klosters Platz station, which goes up to Gotschna, giving access to the Davos ski area via the Gotschna-Parsenn area. The descent to the village is made by a long track through the coniferous forests, the Parsenn trail, or by Schwarzseealp which connects Selfranga. Cross-country skiers (Langlauf) also have 40 km of slopes. The Klosters resort has of course a classic ice rink, a hockey rink and a curling area.
Whether for a weekend, or for your winter holidays, renting a private plane jet and helicopter allows you to go in less than 2h40 from the airports of Paris le Bourget, Brussels or Luxembourg to Davos ski resorts and Klosters.
AEROAFFAIRES offers for hire, a wide selection of private jets from 4 to 14 seats able to land on the airport of St. Gallen the closest to Klosters. A helicopter will then transfer within 45 minutes of flight from St Gallen Airport to the Klosters Heliport.