The village of Küblis is dominated by two prominent and striking buildings: the Protestant church dating back to 1491 with its beautifully latticed chancel and unique stained-glass windows by Grisons artist Augusto Giacometti and the large, abbey-like Repower power plant dating back to 1922.
In summer, the bike trail between Landquart, Klosters and Davos leads through Küblis. Hikers are sure to enjoy the many trails and routes in the valley and up on the mountain, e.g. towards St. Antöniertal. The local recreational area “Tuss” along the Landquart river or a hike to Lake Plävingersee are perfect for day out for both young and old. Climbers and mountaineers can pursue their hobby in the climbing hall in Küblis or on the spectacular climbing trail Sulzfluh.
In winter, the legendary Parsenn downhill run finishes in Küblis. This is one of the true skiing classic of the Alps. The ski slope starts on Weissfluh Summit (2844 m above sea level) and ends after 12 kilometres at 2000 m above sea level in Küblis.