The Weissfluhjoch once became famous because of the avalanche institute of research on its top – whereas today it also owes its fame and popularity to marvellous panoramic views from the Strela Pass – over regions surrounding the Schatzalp and Parsennbahn railway and further afar via Meirhofer Tälli and Parsennhütte to the Gotschnagrat.
Another approach to familiarizing yourself with the Parsenn region is with a cable car ride from the Klosters Platz RhB railway station - which travels in two sections to the Gotschnagrat. Here you can also enjoy adventurous trips on the spectacular "Gotschna Freeride-Piste" (Mountain-bike) from Gotschnaboden.
With the RhB railway to Davos Dorf, with the Parsenn-funicular railway (in two sections) to the Weissfluhjoch; or from Klosters Platz with Gotschnabahn mountain rail (cable car) to the Gotschnagrat
View: Over Davos to the Dischma and Sertig valleys, Graubünden alpine panoramas from Silvretta region over Piz Linard to Piz Kesch, Bernina and the Tinzenhorn, which resembles the Matterhorn
Attractions: Hiking routes, bike tours, free-riding, tandem paragliding
Culinary aspects: Bergrestaurant Höhenweg and Weissfluhjoch Parsenn, Restaurant Weissfluhgipfel (only in winter), Berggasthaus Parsennhütte and Berggasthaus Gotschnagrat, old and new Schwendi mountain guesthouses, Berghaus Schifer, Berghütte Chesetta, Franzl’s Erezsäss log cabin
Overnight stays: Plenty of mountain guesthouses have rooms and multi-bed rooms (but not on the Weissfluhjoch, with only an igloo village in winter)
Groups: on request in many mountain guesthouses
Winter: Parsenn winter-sports arena
Special comments: The history of the Parsennbahn railway is narrated in picture form at the Davos museum of winter sports.