Arosa-Lenzerheide – Skiing of the highest quality in the largest ski area in Graubünden Arosa-Lenzerheide (1190-2865 m)

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In January 2004, the two ski areas of the Schanfigg Valley Arosa and Lenzerheide have joined forces to found the largest ski area in the Swiss canton of Graubünden. Connected by ski lifts, the skiers now have 225 km wide and well-groomed pistes, which usually lead directly to the accommodation. The Arosa-Lenzerheide ski area also features cross-country routes with a total length of 82 km and many hiking ways.

42 fast and comfortable ski lifts ensure the transport of skiers to the peaks and pistes. The existing infrastructures in the ski area, the high altitude of the ski area at over 1800 m altitude, above the tree limit ensures optimal snow conditions from late November to April.. Nevertheless, 70% of the ski area can be covered with artificial snow in case of lack of snow. Due to its southwest location on the high plateau of Schanfigg there is always plenty of sunshine in the ski area.

Ski area Arosa-Lenzerheide Detailed information:

Length of ski slopes 225 km
easy 105 km
medium 94 km
difficult 26 km
Number of ski slopes 181 km
Green  km
Blue 85 km
Red 72 km
Black 24 km
Ski lifts 45
Ski tows 17
Chairlifts 20
Cable cars 8
Snow cannons
Glaciers
Halfpipes 1
Snowparks 2
Floodlight slopes
Cross-country skiing 82 km
Toboggan runs 5

Further information

Diversity of runs for downhill and cross-country skiing

Arosa-Lenzerheide offers skiers varied pistes for every level. Ski beginners will find several easy runs both down in the ski areas and on the heights of the ski area. No less than 111 km of pistes, ie 49% of the ski area, are blue-marked pistes. In addition there are also special ski passes for beginners, which are valid for the beginner areas of Tschuggen (Arosa) and Fadail / Auarara (Lenzerheide). The ski area of Arosa-Lenzerheide also has several pistes for advanced skiers. The World Cup group "Silvano Beltrametti" in Lenzerheide, the difficult Hörnli piste as well as the downhill between the Weisshorn and the Carmennahütte in Arosa are exciting downhills reserved for experienced skiers. Some of these pistes have been recognized by the International Ski Federation (ISF) and regularly host international ski competitions. Those who ski on these pistes are following the footsteps of the best skiers in the world.

There are 82 km of cross-country ski ways in Arosa-Lenzerheide, of which 30 km are in the area around Arosa and the rest around Lenzerheide. Cross-country fans will find everything their heart desires on the different ways that run through the majestic landscape of Graubünden. The ways of Arosa-Lenzerheide are well-maintained and snowed. Friends of nighttime cross-country skiing have a 3 km long, floodlit pistes. Experienced cross-country skiers will especially appreciate a racetrack of the ISF Tour de Ski. There is a nordic ski center and other amenities on this route: cloakrooms, toilets, ski lockers. Two cross-country ski ways are especially popular with experienced cross-country skiers: the Pala trail (5.4 km) and the circular way on the frozen Obernsee.

Winter activities for every taste

However, Arosa-Lenzerheide not only offers alpine skiing and cross-country skiing. In the ski area, there is also a wide range of other winter sports for all tastes. Freeriders have several surfaces between the rolled pistes. Other options for freeriding are available on the snow-covered pistes of the ski area. 60 kilometers of marked and prepared paths around Arosa and Lenzerheide were created especially for winter hikes on foot or with snowshoes. On these routes there are numerous huts and mountain restaurants that invite you to linger and enjoy. Help yourself to the delicacies and specialties of the region.

For fans of snowboarding and freestyle there are two snowparks in Arosa-Lenzerheide. The Snowpark Arosa has a mega-pipe of 13 meters, several rails and kicks. Located right next to the ski lift Tomeli, this snow park is easy to reach. A little smaller is the Snowpark Lenzerheide. It has kicks, rails and boxes of medium size for all snowboarders. Every Friday, nightly snowboard sessions take place in a fairytale setting.

Right next to the Snowpark Lenzerheide is the "Funslope Lenzerheide Audi Skicross Park", a terrain equipped with bumps, curves and a tunnel. An ideal place to spend fun hours with friends or family. Nordic walking trails, three toboggan runs, natural ice rinks (indoor and outdoor) for ice hockey, curling and ice skating complete the winter sports offer of Arosa-Lenzerheide.

Ski resorts Arosa-Lenzerheide

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