Grandiose view at 2663 meters above sea level
The Weissfluhjoch is 2693 m above sea level. M. high mountain in the plural Alps in Switzerland. It is located in the north-west of Davos in the triangle of the Landwassertal, Prättigau and Schanfigg regions and is, as it were, the local mountain of the Alpine city. The Parsennbahn has been opening up the Weissfluhjoch for tourism since 1932.
Parsenn is a skiing and hiking area above Davos and is operated by Davos Klosters Bergbahnen AG. The name goes back to the alpine pastures below the Gotschnagrates.
The Weissfluhjoch is an ideal starting point for many wonderful hiking routes. Depending on how much time you plan or how much stamina you have, you will definitely find the right destination for your excursion. On the Parsenn-Höhenweg you hike at an altitude of about 2300 meters between Gotschnagrat and Strelapass. It's also good for families, although there are some rocky sections. In the south you walk on the sunny side. On cooler days, however, snowflakes are no surprise, even in summer.
If Arosa is your hiking destination, you should take a little more time. It takes about five hours to hike from the Weissfluhjoch to the municipality, which is known as a climatic health resort.
Davos Klosters is one of the most attractive bike destinations in Graubünden. The signposted mountain bike tours on the approximately 700 km long network of trails make every biker's heart beat faster and offer even the most experienced mountain biker a fantastic bike and nature experience.
The descent from Davoser Weissfluhjoch to Küblis is one of the most legendary and longest ski slopes in Switzerland - in summer with an adapted route, but also a first-class and unusual single trail descent for mountain bikers. The key data: 15 kilometers and 1860 meters of depth. The route is called "Duranna Run" and is one of the longest mountain bike descents in Graubünden.
6 km of downhill fun at its finest
This spectacular roller coaster for mountain bikers and downhill cracks is 6 km long. The slope leads to Klosters with more than 200 steep curves, jumps and waves. There are 50 banked curves that a driver with good technique can drive without braking.
Patrick Mächler GmbH
7260 Davos Dorf
Self +41 81 417 66 11
Panorama +41 81 417 66 22 (only in winter)
24. June 2022 - 16. October 2022
expected 16. December 2022 - 10. April 2023
House Bar "zum Scharfen Eck"
expected 02. December 2022 - 23. April 2023
Wednesday to Monday
- 08:30 a.m. - 04:30 p.m.
- warm Kitchen 11:00 a.m. - 03:00 p.m.
Tuesday day off