Date(s) - 19 Mar - 20 Mar
9:00 am - 2:00 pm

Parsenn Valley Station



It’s slowly turning spring, but for those who love winter sports as much as we do, we plan a skiing&snowboarding weekend in the Parsenn area of the Davos/Klosters resort. Parsenn is usually really good in spring as well as easily accessible from Klosters = shorter train ride!

We will be riding predominantly blues and reds, so it’s for anyone who feels proficient on those.

On a casual/friends basis we can offer you tips on your skiing and snowboarding – if you’d like. Anna is a JO/kids ski teacher with a weak spot for carving and great skiing technique and Peter has partly grown up with his “Nani” in Klosters and looks like he’s kinda glued to his snowboard. However, if you’d prefer to just ski groomers and the occasional line next to it (depending on conditions) with great company, we’re all in, too.

You will need a ticket for the area, which you best book online and in advance (it’s cheaper!)

If this sounds like something you would like, head over to the SAA page to sign up there!


To join us, you need to be comfortable skiing on blues and reds. We are no official ski/snowboard teachers, so please be aware you need to be able to look after yourselves and your safety.

Who is this for?

Intermediate to expert level skiers/snowboarders who want to either just have fun and/or get a few helpful tips for their technique and in any case are up for conversations and connection.

Meeting Point:

Davos Klosters Parsenn-Gotschna area / Call us as soon as you have arrived! We will access the area from the Davos side.

Getting there:

From Zurich HB, take the IC3 at xx:38. We recommend the one on 07:38 on platform 5. (please re-check the platform in advance).


You will need a ski pass, the cost depends on when you book. Get in touch for overnight recommendations or just come join us one day ?


Not included


This event is a sociable meetup of skiers. There are no official instructors present and absolutely no responsibility can be taken for any accident or injury caused. The event will only be on-piste for those who already have the ability to ski in the terrain described above.

Insurance is the responsibility of the participant, by RSVPing “yes” you agree to act responsibly at all times on this event and to not hold Swiss Alpine Adventure or any person involved responsible for any injury or loss which may occur in relation to the event.

We also encourage participants to have cancellation insurance in case they can not attend events at the last minute due to illness, injury or any other reasons. We cannot give refunds for cancellations within the last 30 days before the event starts.

All participants take part in events or activities facilitated by Swiss Alpine Adventure entirely at their own risk. Swiss Alpine Adventure does not accept liability for damage to property, death or personal injury that may occur whilst taking part in activities or events organized by Swiss Alpine Adventure. It is your responsibility to make sure your equipment is maintained and in safe working order. We reserve the right to stop you from participating with us if your equipment is badly maintained or not in safe working order. Whilst we endeavour to make sure that the information on this website pertaining to routes and trails is correct, we do not warrant its completeness or accuracy.


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Hi! I moved to Davos a couple years ago because I LOVE all sorts of Alpine sports. I also love conversations & getting to know people and this seems like the perfect place ?


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