Ski Resort Parsenn
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The Parsenn ski area is accessible from Davos and Klosters and is the largest of the five ski areas in the Davos Klosters Mountains. Parsenn is regarded as the cradle of skiing in Switzerland and as the classic ski mountain with endless descents on wide pistes and mountain huts with style and tradition. It offers all levels of piste difficulty, from beginners' slopes to steep slopes. 15 mountain restaurants cater for your physical well-being and invite you to soak up the sun on the sun terraces.
Parsenn is also home to the longest downhill run. In 1895 four English tourists got lost on the Weissfluhjoch and finally landed in Küblis. The 12 km long Parsenn run from the Weissfluh summit to Küblis was thus discovered and a myth of the Alps was born. From there the Rhaetian Railway takes winter sports enthusiasts back to Klosters or Davos. This service is included in the ski pass.
| Number of systems||18 transport systems|
| Kilometres of slopes||97 km of slopes, of these 20 km blue, 61 km red and 16 km black|
| Altitude||1560–2844 m above sea level|
|Number of systems||Kilometres of slopes||Altitude|
|18 transport systems||97 km of slopes, of these 20 km blue, 61 km red and 16 km black||1560–2844 m above sea level|
- Legendary Parsee run «Nostalgia Run» (Weissfluhgipfel – Küblis)
- Ski/Bordercross slope
- Nordica Run (speed measuring distance)
- Restaurant Weissfluhgipfel with breathtaking view
- Toboggan run Gotschnaboden – Klosters
- Traditional mountain huts
- Igloo Village – a bed in a snowfield