Over 30 tables, flattened mounds of earth with a steep run-up, have been constructed. The combinations of high jumps, solid waves and even vertical bends are only for experienced freeriders. The Gotschna Freeride Piste is winning riders over with its pure biking fun and the moderately steep gradient from Gotschnaboden down to the bottom station of the Gotschna funicular railway. The legendary "Whistler A-Line" in Canada's Whistler Mountain was the model on which the new run in Klosters was based.
|Location||Railway station Klosters Platz, Cable car Klosters - Gotschnaboden|
|Course||Gotschnaboden - Klosters|
|Length||5.78 km, 590 meters|
|Requirements||Biking skills: Single Trail and back country experience|
|Opening hours||New: Early opening of the 1st section of Gotschna on 23/24 June 2018 |
from 30 June to 14 October 2018 1st & 2nd section
|Please note||The trail has a special freeride signage|
|Costs||Tariffs Davos Klosters Mountains|
|Rental||Freeride bikes and equipment are available in the bike shops.|
Have you always wanted to feel free, with the blustering wind at your side boldly gliding through the air? Regional paragliding schools offer training courses and tandem flights. If you are a certified paraglider, you enjoy an unrivalled diversity and variety of launch sites and flying options.
On Parsenn there are five launch sites. Even advanced paragliders are recommended to get in touch with one of the paragliding schools in Davos and Klosters for professional advice on local conditions.Tariffs & Tickets Book flight
Approx. 150 m to the right towards the north of the middle station of the Parsenn funicular railway at a height of 2220 m above sea level. This pad can be used in summer and in winter. The best wind direction is NE-S.
Just below the top station of the funicular railway by the Parsenn Rapid chairlift. Ideal wind direction: SE, Altitude of the starting pad: 2650 m.
Parsenn-Weissfluh summit North
At an altitude of 2820 m, the highest starting pad in the Davos Klosters region with wonderful views across the Grisons Alps. 5 minutes walk from the Weissfluh summit top station, past the restaurant, right along the ski run to the windsock. This pad can only be reached on foot from the Weissfluhjoch top station (approx. 45 min. to an hour walk). Start direction: N, Degree of difficulty: easy.
At an altitude of 2280 m, less than a 3-minute walk. Follow the path to the right from the Gotschna cable car top station. Wind direction: NW-NE, Degree of difficulty: intermediate to difficult.
At an altitude of 2250 m, a 7-minute walk. Follow the path to the left from the top station, where the starting pad is located beyond the Schwarzseealp-Gotschnagrat chairlift with the windsock. Ideal wind direction: SE-S, Degree of difficulty: easy.