Skilessons wholedays

Swiss Ski + Snowboard School Klosters

Our ski school participants are obligated to comply with our protection concept COVID-19.

The skischool groups learn on the slopes of the Madrisa or Gotschna the true fun of skiing. On Thursdays is the Swiss Snow League test. Due to the current regulations no races will take place this winter. Each ski instructor will organize an internal ski challenge with his/her ski group. Every child will receive a medal from his/her ski instructor.

Level : here is a link to the Swiss Snow League videos, to help find the correct level for your child.


  • Takes place with 4 or more children
  • Recommended  startdays, Sunday and Monday
  • Liftticket is not included for children older than 6 years
  • Equippment/rentals not included

Due to Covid-19 regulations all the restaurants remain closed and lunch care can't take place. The childrens group lesson take place as following: 

Morning, afternoon or full day recording to the actual course times. At lunch time, children have to be looked after by parents. 

Morning Lessons take place according to the existing course times (9-12am). Whole day classes take place as follows:  Start: according to existing course times Finish: 13:30 Madrisa Top Station, 13:45 Madrisa Valley Station, 14:05 Train Station Klosters Platz. Please pack a small snack for your child each day. 
Important Information: Due to the current Covid Regulations we cannot go into rooms to warm up. The breaks will take place outside. If there are storms or the temperatures become too cold we reserve the right to reduce the classes to half day. Whole day classes are recommended for children 6 years or older.

Gotschna: Full day courses take part from 09:00 Uhr bis 14:00 Uhr (without lunch break). Please give your child some snacks, as we will do some breaks outdoors. 


Children wholeday ski lessons on the Madrisa (Level Blue Prince – Red Prince) or Gotschna (Level Red Queen – Swiss Snow Academy).


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