A regular feature in Fall Line magazine has been “One lift for the rest of my life”. As the title suggests the interviewee, usually some pro freerider, eulogises over their favourite lift and it has always got me wondering what lift I would choose if I was ever asked the question. In the absence of …..
I was out in Klosters before Christmas and for the first time my trip coincided with the Klosters Christmas concerts which are now in their 7th year. These concerts see members of the London Philharmonia Orchestra and the prestigious Lund Student Singers from Sweden combine in a musical feast for two nights in the charming …..
Technology has arrived at PT Ski with a brand new app for our guests’ benefit called Vamoos. With this gizmo everyone can have all their holiday information and documents all in one place on their phone or tablet, and there are some other bells and whistles too. There is a neat little countdown to the …..
The takeover of the ‘Klosters-Madrisa Bergbahnen’ company by a group of Swiss investors in 2014 has heralded in a new era for the Madrisa mountain. The new Administrative Board of the Madrisa cable railway last year completed a successful capital raising campaign, enjoying huge support from the local community. Together with bank borrowing, that put …..
We arrived in Klosters late on Friday afternoon and after checking in at the hostel we went straight to Obrist to rent bikes before he closed. A brief change of clothes later we found ourselves heading up to Sardasca for an evening cycle ride. The three children and I had regular mountain bikes but Sos, …..
Welcome to the new PT Ski blog. Although this is mostly going to be written in the winter we thought there is no time like the present for the first article. Having just been to Klosters and been inspired with cycling, hiking and white water rafting, we felt that sharing some of these experiences would …..