Sports Facility

Sunniberg Climbing

Sunniberg Climbing
Sunniberg Climbing

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Sunniberg Climbing
The Sunniberg Bridge has quickly become an architectural landmark in Klosters. The filigree bridge was designed by the renowned architect Christian Menn (1927-2018) for the Klosters bypass. The 526-metre-long cable-stayed bridge, which spans the valley in an ascending right-hand bend, is also home to the spectacular climbing garden. This is located on the 77-metre-high pier 2 and was opened in autumn 2022.


With over 600 metres of climbing in 22 routes, 2 of which are multi-rope routes, and with difficulty levels ranging from 4a to 8a, the climbing facility entices visitors to spectacular explorations of the imposing structure.

The most important facts in brief

  • All trained and experienced climbers and belayers are entitled to use the climbing facility.
  • The municipality of Klosters accepts no liability for personal injury or damage to property.
  • Accident and liability insurance are the responsibility of the users.


  • Helmets are compulsory for both the climber and the belayer!
  • The handholds have been mounted with extreme care. Nevertheless, a handle can turn or break at any time.
  • Always tie a knot in the end of the rope! The rope must always be knotted at the end or attached to the rope bag!
  • Make sure that spectators are not in the danger zone and point this out to them if necessary.
  • The routes are 20m, 34m and 55m high. The 55m high routes have a diversion at 55m and another at 34m. If you want to climb a 55m high route, it is mandatory that you have knowledge and skills to safely dismount such a route.

Necessary pitches

  • For 34m high routes at least one 70m rope
  • For 55m high routes at least one 80m rope
  • For the multi pitch routes at least one 50m double rope.

Tips & tricks

  • The routes are 20m, 34m and 55m long. The 55m long routes have a 55m and a 34m diversion. If you want to climb the 55m routes, you need to know how to dismantle such a route safely.
  • Two routes are intended as multi-pitch routes. As their course changes the pillars, these routes can also be climbed as multi-pitch . Use these only if you are trained in multi-pitch routes.
  • The length, difficulty and type of climbing is described at the start of each route.
  • Our recommendation: Get trained at the mountain guide association Prättigau Davos.

Stay clean!

The climbing garden borders directly on a floodplain zone. In order for the great variety of animal and plant species to flourish, the following rules of conduct must be observed:

  • Take rubbish with you or dispose of it in the nearest rubbish bin.
  • Toilets are located approx. 100m down the valley.
  • The construction of fireplaces is not permitted.


free of charge


Public Transport

Take the public bus (line 213) to Serneus, Walki. It is then a 15-minute walk to Sunniberg Climbing.


By car to Serneus, Walki. It is then a 15-minute walk to Sunniberg Climbing.


Parking spaces available at Serneus, Walki.


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