Weissfluhjoch to Wolfgang and guaranteed adrenalin kicks. The Weissfluhjoch piste on Parsenn as far as Wolfgang Pass is your best bet for pure winter fun with a special kick! A piste-start at 2844 meters above sea level, leading over roughly 7 kilometers down to the Wolfgang Pass at 1631 meters.
Starting point of this thrilling descent is the Weissfluhgipfel - starting place of the legendary Parsenn Derby. First kilometers of the piste here lead over two steep slopes that challenge even experienced skiers - followed by lengthy stretches and gentle waves as the piste leads down to Meierhoftäli. Now, from the valley station of the chairlift, the second exciting part of the descent begins. Gradually becoming steeper, you now find yourself on the so-called "Broom-maker" slope. Initially the way leads over open country before the big challenge with the last steep slope in the woods. And anyone mastering this without turning back or falling can well and truly say they can ski! A tour guide proclaimed the very same thing in writing in 1939 - and the words still count today. The final stretch takes you along an idyllic forest path to the Wolfgang Pass, from where a bus takes you back to Davos.
Starting point: Weissfluhgipfel (2844 m a.s.l.)

Accessibility of starting point: aerial cableway

Destination: Davos Wolfgang (1631 m a.s.l.)

Length: 7.1 km

Altitude difference: 1213 Meter

Gradient: 21% (average), 28% (maximum)

Level of difficulty: advanced (normal slope)

Food and beverages: at the start, on the way, at the finish

Destination Davos Klosters

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