Parsenn Downhill Run

Davos

Davos Wiesen

Davos Wiesen

Bergrestaurant JSCHALP Jakobshorn Davos

Bergrestaurant JSCHALP Jakobshorn Davos

Davos - Jakobshorn 2

Davos - Jakobshorn 2

Davos Platz - Jakobshorn

Davos Platz - Jakobshorn

Davos - Jakobshorn

Davos - Jakobshorn

Davos - Parsenn

Davos - Parsenn

Davos - Schatzalp Panorama Hotel

Davos - Schatzalp Panorama Hotel

Sertig

Sertig

Davos - Strelapass

Davos - Strelapass

Chalet Hotel Larix Davos, Jakobshorn

Chalet Hotel Larix Davos, Jakobshorn

Davos Dorf - Weissfluhjoch

Davos Dorf - Weissfluhjoch

Davos 180° Panorama mit Jakobshorn

Davos 180° Panorama mit Jakobshorn

Davos, Strelaalp

Davos, Strelaalp

Davos - Kirchlispitzen / Sulzfluh

Davos - Kirchlispitzen / Sulzfluh

Sommer-Schlittelbahn, Blick zur Strelaalp

Sommer-Schlittelbahn, Blick zur Strelaalp

Davos - Sky Views 4

Davos - Sky Views 4

Schatzalp Panorama-Restaurant

Schatzalp Panorama-Restaurant

Davos - Schatzalp-Bahn

Davos - Schatzalp-Bahn

Parsenn Weissfluhjoch, Klosters

Parsenn Weissfluhjoch, Klosters

Davoser Bergwelt

Davoser Bergwelt

Davos - Strelaberg

Davos - Strelaberg

Parsenn

Parsenn

Jakobshorn

Jakobshorn

Bergrestaurant Châlet Güggel Jakobshorn Davos

Bergrestaurant Châlet Güggel Jakobshorn Davos

Davos Wolfgang - Davosersee

Davos Wolfgang - Davosersee

Klosters - Madrisa Nord

Klosters - Madrisa Nord

Klosters - Snowgarden

Klosters - Snowgarden

Klosters - Gotschna

Klosters - Gotschna

Klosters - Christlis

Klosters - Christlis

Klosters - Sportzentrum Klosters

Klosters - Sportzentrum Klosters

The legendary Parsenn Downhill Run is one of the classics of Switzerland. There is virtually unlimited fun in store for seasoned skiers. The track starts at the top of the Weissfluh and runs a full 12 kilometres before ending 2,000 metres lower in Kublis.

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The Parsenn area above Davos and Klosters is considered to be the cradle of skiing in Switzerland. The Parsenn Derby held here in 1924 was the country’s first ski race. This classic run starts on the 2,844-metre-high Weissfluh. The route offers plenty of variety: Its upper section takes you to Parsennfurgga across high-Alpine terrain with fantastic views. It then continues on to Schifer on gentler terrain before passing through light mountain forest and then ending in Küblis.

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Starting point: Weissfluhgipfel (2844 m a.s.l.)

Accessibility of starting point: chairlift

Destination: Küblis (810 m a.s.l.)

Length: 12km

Altitude difference: 2034 Meter

Gradient: 17% (average), 26% (maximum)

Level of difficulty: medium (normal slope)

Food and beverages: at the start, on the way and at the end

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