IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR SPECTATORS AND PARTICIPANTS
Stadium and Arena Klosters
The stadium featuring start and finish area, is located in the heart of Klosters and easily accessible by public transportation. The stadium is a only a five-minute-walk from Klosters Platz train station. The route is marked. Adjacent to the stadium, is the Arena Klosters with its event hall where the daily award cermonies are held in the evenings.
Arrival by car
Directions to the parking lots are signposted. Limited parking is available in the centre; additional parking spaces are available in the surrounding areas. Traffic staff are directing arriving cars to the corresponding parking areas.
Most sections of the race courses are easily accessible on foot via the road or normal winter walking trails. Especially attractive are the sections in Aeuja, Monbiel and Schwäderloch. Attention: parking spaces are limited in Aueja and Monbiel. Spectators are asked to use the local bus (Klosters-Platz – Aeuja/Monbiel every half-hour).
There is always something going on in the stadium: because races are held in various categories, starters and finishers constantly replace eachother between 9 am and 2 pm. After the start, an attractive loop is skied before crossing the Landquart Bridge. A speaker team keeps the spectators informed abouth the race happening. The starting area is accessible left from the stadium entrance.
At the festival tent, located next to the start and finish area, drinks and small meals/snacks are offered between 8 am and 4 pm (depending on the finish time of the races). This is also where athletes and volunteers are catered for.
Information at the Stadium
At the Info Hut, participants and spectators receive information and documents. The Hut is open daily from Friday, 3 March to Friday 10 March from 8 am - 4 pm. On the rest day on Tuesday, 7 March it is closed.
Daily at 6 pm (not on the Tuesday) the award ceremonies are held in the event hall at Arena Klosters. As from 5 pm musical entertainment is provided by different formations.
From Saturday, 4 March to Thursday, 9 March from 5 to 7.30 pm, the local hospital form Schiers, Rhaetian Railwy and Post Office are present with their information booth. Souvenirs are offered for sale from Skischule Klosters and the Destination Davos Klosters and special activities can be booked. At other booths, the Kesslerhof and other local farmers offer their produce. Kindschi Söhne Ltd. sells liqueur and schnapps; Hedinger Innendekorationen present Victorinox items.
During the Masters World Cup, the normal cross-country ski trails can be used normally as far as possible.
The race courses are closed-off for all cross-country skiers daily after 3 p.m.
Freier Eintritt zu allen Rennen und Veranstaltungen
- Please pay attention to the special trail markings and close-offs.
- Because of grooming works, the night slope is closed on Tuesday, 7 March and Thursday, 9 March.
- In addition, we kindly ask you to not use any of the trails during nighttime.
- No pedestrians and dogs are allowed on the trails
- In the stadium area, dogs must be kept on a leash.