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Skiing Parsenn (Davos Klosters)

The ski resort Parsenn is the largest of the five ski areas in the region and can be reached from both Davos and Klosters. The runs’ difficulty levels range from beginner to expert. There are 15 mountain restaurants which offer a variety of cuisine to rejuvenate the body and the opportunity to soak up the sun on sun-drenched patios. The longest ski-run of 12 km starts on Parsenn Weissfluh Peak and goes all the way to Kueblis. Down there, skiers can take the Rhaetian Railway back to Klosters or Davos. This train service is included in the ski pass.

Test report
4.2 out of 5 stars
Ski slopes »
111 km
Total
Easy 20 km (18 %)
Intermediate 75 km (68 %)
Difficult 16 km (14 %)

Additional ski routes 9 km
Ski lifts »
Total: 20
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