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Arosa

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Resort 9.4
Ski area 9.5

Ski area Arosa-Lenzerheide

Information about the ski area
Highest point: 2,865 m Gondola lift: 8
Lowest point: 1,229 m Pistes in total: 225 km
Altitude ski resort: 1,775 m
Pistes:
110 km
Lifts in total: 43
Pistes:
87 km
Tow lifts: 17
Pistes:
28 km
Chair lifts: 18

Ski area Arosa-Lenzerheide

With the ski ticket "Arosa Lenzerheide" you have access to the largest connected ski region in Graubünden: Arosa Lenzerheide with 225 kilometres of pistes and 43 lifts. This ski area is divided into the idyllic region of Arosa, which lies at 1739 m above sea level, and the beautiful region of Lenzerheide at 1475 m above sea level. With more than 10 access points, a great day's skiing can begin. The ski area has many easy and intermediate slopes, but the Black Diamond run is a challenge for experts. In addition to the many pistes, Arosa Lenzerheide is a deep-snow/freeride paradise where you can really let off steam. Four different snow parks with different lines and for every level also await freestylers. A fun experience is also guaranteed for the youngest with the interactive slope offers such as the fidget bear search game and the globi slope. This way, the first turns can also be practised and skills consolidated in the free Honeyland.

Since the winter of 2013/14, holidaymakers have had access to the Arosa Lenzerheide ski area as the largest connected ski area in Graubünden. The Urden cable car connects the Hörnli in Arosa with the Urdenfürggli on Lenzerheide. This bridges the Urden valley, which is the only separation between the two areas. In December 2019, the Brüggerhorn chairlift was opened on the Arosa side, making it the newest transport facility in the ski area.

The ski area also offers you highlights such as the speed measurement tracks, the public race track which invites you to daredevil competitions with friends, the Skiline with which you can experience your accumulated kilometres of downhill skiing and metres of altitude, the Skimovie. You can also experience pure ski holiday fun with the many mountain experiences that take place in winter in Arosa Lenzerheide. Jet down the Light Ride like Super Mario on a toboggan, enjoy the slopes under the light of the full moon or make your first turns at sunrise during the Early Birds. Here, skiers and snowboarders are transported by the Arosa-Weißhorn aerial cable car to the top station, where the first tracks can be made in the snow. Afterwards, a summit breakfast can be enjoyed in the 360° panorama restaurant Weißhorngipfel. In Lenzerheide, the early ski day starts at 6:30 a.m., where snow lovers are taken up the mountain on the Stätzertäli chairlift and the Proschieri ski lift. Here, too, hungry skiers can have a hearty breakfast afterwards in the Alp Stätz mountain restaurant.
Piste map Arosa-Lenzerheide
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Night skiing Arosa

Arosa Lenzerheide is one of Switzerland's night skiing areas, which still light up some pistes for night owls to ski on in the evening after the lifts' daily operating hours. The ski area's night ski run is on the Stätzerhorn. From the beginning of January to mid-March, night skiing can be enjoyed there every Friday from 18:00 to 22:00. The Proschieri T-bar lift in Parpan and the Rungg-Stätzertäli chairlift then take skiers and snowboarders to the entrance of the approximately 3.5 km long floodlit piste, where they can start their night-time skiing fun. The snow park is also open during the night skiing season. The entrance is at the Proschieri ski lift. After skiing at night, the Alp Stätz mountain restaurant offers the opportunity to stop for a cosy dinner with regional specialities. Those who would like to take part in night skiing can purchase admission on site.

Après ski Arosa

Après-ski is the perfect end to a great day of winter sports. Review the experiences of the day and toast to the best time of the year. Both in Lenzerheide and in Arosa there are various places to do this. In the KuhBar Arosa, guests experience the best après-ski in the middle of the Arosa Lenzerheide snow sports area! Party alarm is guaranteed here. Those who prefer a quiet evening will feel at home in one of the numerous restaurants. Tennis, tobogganing, snowshoe hiking and ice climbing provide sporting variety. Highlights are the horse races on snow or the Pradaschier toboggan run with a length of 3 km, 480 m difference in altitude and over 30 curves guaranteed fun for the whole family.

Snowpark: Arosa Lenzerheide Arosa

A breathtaking backdrop and an idyllic atmosphere attract a wide variety of people to the Arosa Lenzerheide ski area every day. The Arosa Lenzerheide Snowpark offers freestylers all kinds of opportunities to let off steam. The particularly advantageous wind-protected location in the lower part of the ski area allows you to "shred" for all you're worth in almost any weather condition, and the immediate proximity to the respective lift stations means that there's no time to lose. Every year, an experienced crew provides a new creative setup and makes the best use of the various boxes, rails, kickers, jumps and jibs. Whether skier or snowboarder, beginner or pro, the park is designed for everyone and is waiting to be discovered!

In addition to the Tschuggen Snowpark and the JibArea Stätz, other parks such as the CO2-neutral Woodranch, made of pure Arosa fir wood, or the Snowpark Täli Top await freestylers.

Is the Arosa-Lenzerheide ski area not right for you? Then have a look here instead: Ski areas Switzerland

Expert rating report Arosa-Lenzerheide

The rating report Arosa-Lenzerheide comprises the main groups "Top rating categories", "Categories for special interests" and "Further rating categories" which all influence the overall result with their own count.

Overall rating

(4.6 out of 5 stars)

Top rating categories
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Lifts & cable cars
Reliability for snow

Rating categories for special interests

Families & children
Beginners
Experts & freeriders
Snow parks
Cross-country facilities & trails

Further rating categories

Après ski
Orientation (piste maps, info boards & sign posting)
Mountain restaurants, huts & gastronomy
Getting there & parking facilities

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