Nostalgia Run

Davos

Skiing in Switzerland has been going on for over 150 years. One of the first downhill routes discovered for skiing leads on Parsenn from the Weissfluh summit down to Küblis (12km).

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Following in the footsteps of our ancestors, the 12-kilometre route offers pure downhill fun. The information boards are spread over the entire distance of 12 km and inform about various topics from the beginning of skiing in Davos or on the Parsenn. Depending on the snow conditions the route is passable up to Küblis or up to Schifer.

 

 

- Information boards -

can be found at the following locations with the appropriate topics.

 

Lot 1: Weissfluh summit & Weissfluhjoch West

Origin of the history of skiing in Davos

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Item 2: Summit north and Obersäss Täli

History Parsenn Bahn

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Lot 3: Refuge Kreuzweg

Rescue and piste service

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Item 4: Refuge Kreuzweg

avalanche protection

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Lot 5: Gauderloch

Parsenn Derby

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Lot 6: Gaudergrat

Influence of the British People

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Item 7: Schifer station

Introduction of ski techniques

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Item 8: Küblis

nostalgia impressions

 - Competition -

Anyone who has read the boards on the track can answer the following questions. Once all the questions have been answered, the questionnaire with the answers can be handed in at one of the Parsenn Davos or Parsenn Klosters ticket offices. Once all the questions have been answered correctly, a small nostalgic present awaits you.

 

Item 1:

Under which name is the route from the Weissfluh summit to Küblis known?

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Item 2:

What was new about the construction of the Parsennbahn worldwide?

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Item 3:

What was the name of the model of the first piste machine?

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Item 4:

How many IMIS measuring stations are spread over the entire Swiss Alpine region?

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Item 5:

Where does the name of the Parsenn Derby come from?

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Item 6:

When was the Davos Ski Club founded?

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Item 7:

What was the name of the first skiing technique used in Davos?

- FAQs -

  • Which ski pass is required for the NostalgieRun?

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    The NostalgieRun is located on Parsenn and can therefore be used with a day ticket for the Parsenn area.

  • What do I have to bring with me as a guest so that I can drive on the NostalgieRun?

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    On the one hand, the guest must be able to read and above all ski or snowboard. You must also bring the appropriate snow sports equipment with you. Then nothing stands in the way of the downhill fun of the NostalgieRun from the Weissfluh summit start to the end in Küblis.

  • When is nostalgia best navigable?

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    As soon as the ski lift and the summit lift are open at the beginning of the season, the NostalgieRun can be used. Depending on the snow conditions, the route is open until about mid-March to Küblis.

  • Where can the competition be redeemed?

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    If all the questions have been answered in full, the competition can be redeemed at the Parsenn Davos and Parsenn Klosters ticket offices. If all the questions are correct, the participant will receive a small nostalgic present.

  • What can you win in the competition?

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    This is of course a surprise and will not be revealed.

- Nostalgia run -

On Sunday, 1 March 2020, a nostalgia run will take place on the NostalgieRun course. All interested guests can take part in this event. Whether big, small, old or young, in a nostalgia/retro or fashionable ski suit, everyone is welcome. The very brave ones, of course, strap their grandfather's wooden slats under their feet. Then the 12km route is tackled.

 

Meeting point: 01.03.2020 at 09.00, Parsenn, Weissfluhgipfel

 

A registration is not necessary. It is about a cheerful, colourful hustle and bustle of skiing and snowboarding fans. On the way, each guest can stop where he wants.

 

 

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Nostalgia Run

Davos

Skiing in Switzerland has been going on for over 150 years. One of the first downhill routes discovered for skiing leads on Parsenn from the Weissfluh summit down to Küblis (12km)..

 

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Following in the footsteps of our ancestors, the 12-kilometre route offers pure downhill fun. The information boards are spread over the entire distance of 12 km and inform about various topics from the beginning of skiing in Davos or on the Parsenn. Depending on the snow conditions, the route is passable as far as Küblis or Schifer.

 

 

- Information boards -

can be found at the following locations with the appropriate topics.

 

Lot 1: Weissfluh summit & Weissfluhjoch West

Origin of the history of skiing in Davos

-

Item 2: Summit north and Obersäss Täli

History Parsenn Bahn

-

Lot 3: Refuge Kreuzweg

Rescue and piste service

-

Item 4: Refuge Kreuzweg

avalanche protection

-

Lot 5: Gauderloch

Parsenn Derby

-

Lot 6: Gaudergrat

Influence of the British People

-

Item 7: Schifer station

Introduction of ski techniques

-

Item 8: Küblis

nostalgia impressions

 - Competition -

Anyone who has read the boards on the track can answer the following questions. Once all the questions have been answered, the questionnaire with the answers can be handed in at one of the Parsenn Davos or Parsenn Klosters ticket offices. Once all the questions have been answered correctly, a small nostalgic present awaits you.

 

Item 1:

Under which name is the route from the Weissfluh summit to Küblis known?

-

Item 2:

What was new about the construction of the Parsennbahn worldwide?

-

Item 3:

What was the name of the model of the first piste machine?

-

Item 4:

How many IMIS measuring stations are spread over the entire Swiss Alpine region?

-

Item 5:

Where does the name of the Parsenn Derby come from?

-

Item 6:

When was the Davos Ski Club founded?

-

Item 7:

What was the name of the first skiing technique used in Davos?

- FAQs -

  • Which ski pass is required for the NostalgieRun?

    ___

    The NostalgieRun is located on Parsenn and can therefore be used with a day ticket for the Parsenn area.

  • What do I have to bring with me as a guest so that I can drive on the NostalgieRun?

    ___

    On the one hand, the guest must be able to read and above all ski or snowboard. You must also bring the appropriate snow sports equipment with you. Then nothing stands in the way of the downhill fun of the NostalgieRun from the Weissfluh summit start to the end in Küblis.

  • When is nostalgia best navigable?

    ___

    As soon as the ski lift and the summit lift are open at the beginning of the season, the NostalgieRun can be used. Depending on the snow conditions, the route is open until about mid-March to Küblis.

  • Where can the competition be redeemed?

    ___

    If all the questions have been answered in full, the competition can be redeemed at the Parsenn Davos and Parsenn Klosters ticket offices. If all the questions are correct, the participant will receive a small nostalgic present.

  • What can you win in the competition?

    ___

    This is of course a surprise and will not be revealed.

- Nostalgia run -

On Sunday, 1 March 2020, a nostalgia run will take place on the NostalgieRun course. All interested guests can take part in this event. Whether big, small, old or young, in a nostalgia/retro or fashionable ski suit, everyone is welcome. The very brave ones, of course, strap their grandfather's wooden slats under their feet. Then the 12km route is tackled.

 

Meeting point: 01.03.2020 at 09.00, Parsenn, Weissfluhgipfel

 

A registration is not necessary. It is about a cheerful, colourful hustle and bustle of skiing and snowboarding fans. On the way, each guest can stop where he wants.