Parsenn Downhill Run

Parsenn Downhill Run

The Parsenn downhill run, that legendary classic, was first discovered back in January 1904 as a day trip. Nowadays skiers start on the Weissfluh summit and continue for 12 km and 2,020 vertical metres down to Prättigau.more

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Le Pas de Chavanette – The Swiss Wall

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The piste of Le Pas de Chavanette - called «Le Mur Suisse» (The Swiss...more

Parsenn Downhill Run

The Parsenn downhill run, that legendary classic, was first discovered back in January 1904 as a day trip. Nowadays skiers start on the Weissfluh summit and continue for 12 km and 2,020 vertical metres down to Prättigau.

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.

Piste Nationale

This run certainly merits its name: in 1987, the "Piste Nationale” saw three Swiss athletes on the world championship medals podium.

For Snowboarding Enthusiasts!

Leysin is setting new standards with its Freestyle Park! Come and discover the 150 metre-long Super Pipe with a gradient of 18°, in addition to a piste with natural and artificial obstacles (slide bars) placed along it.

Le Pas de Chavanette – The Swiss Wall

The piste of Le Pas de Chavanette - called «Le Mur Suisse» (The Swiss Wall) by French skiers - is one of the most impressive in the world.

There is limitless skiing fun to be had in the Portes du Soleil with over 650 km of pistes, some of which are in the Lower Valais, a part of France. One of the world’s most difficult and fascinating pistes is the "le mur suisse" (Swiss Wall).