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Resort 9.3
Ski area 9.4
Information about the ski area
Highest point: 2,865 m
Lowest point: 1,229 m
Altitude ski resort: 1,775 m
Lifts in total: 50
Tow lifts: 24
Chair lifts: 18
Gondola lift: 8
Pistes in total: 225 km
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87 km
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Ski area Arosa-Lenzerheide

Ski area Arosa-Lenzerheide

With the lift pass "Arosa-Lenzerheide" you have access to the largest interconnected ski regions in Grisons: Arosa-Lenzerheide offers 225 km of piste and 43 lifts. The idyllic ski region is located between. 1,780 - 2,653 m. A total of 13 modern lift systems allow for comfortable entry to the area with 70 kilometres of piste. The longest run is 4.5 km long and runs from "Weißhorngipfel" to "Prätschli". The ski area offers many easy and intermediate pistes, but the 1.5 km long FIS run is a challenge for experts. Those who want to discover the entire area in one day should check out the "Runda Lai". It follows the path of the sun along the slopes from west to east and depending on your skill level, can be completed in 4 to 5 hours. The crest of the "Tschuggen" is a good starting point for a ski day, as you can easily reach all corners of the ski area from here. The "Brüggerhorn" and the "Weißhorn" are deep snow/free ride paradises where you can really burn off some energy. A snow park with rails, tables and kicker awaits you at "Tschuggen". A half-pipe is located near the Sit lodge next to the "Tomeli" lift. The area offers a floodlit piste and the "Arosa Junior Club" for the little ones.

From the end of 2013 winter sports fans will then find more than only the pistes in Arosa available to ski on. The idea already spouted in the 1970's, however from the end of 2013 the connection between the ski areas Arosa and the closely located Lenzerheide will become reality. The connection will come into existence via the new Hörnli-Urdenfürggli lift. The Urden Valley, which was the main obstacle here, is now crossed easily. Opened in December 2015, the panorama lift Heidbüel is the newest and hence the most modern ski lift in the region. The ski area Lenzerheide (1,230 - 2,865 m) has the main advantage that the lifts are located both to the westerns and the eastern side of the valley. Winter sports fans therefore have a guarantee for sunshine. In many mountain restaurants, free-of-charge Wi-Fi hotspots are at your disposal.

Furthermore, the ski area also offers highlights like speed measurement runs, the public circuit that invites you to compete with your friends, the Skyline where you can find out about the kilometres you've skied in total and the conquered difference in altitude, the ski movie, and skiing once a month on moonlit pistes. Pure skiing fun in perfect conditions!
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Night skiing Arosa

Arosa Lenzerheide is one of the ski areas in Switzerland which illuminates some of the pistes after the daily opening hours for night skiing. The night ski piste in the ski area can be found at Stätzerhorn. From New Year's Eve until mid-March night skiing is possible every Friday from 18:00 - 22:00. The Proschieri towlift in Parpan as well as the Rungg-Stätzertäli chairlift take skiers and snowboarder to the access of the approx. 3.5 floodlit piste from where they can start the nightly skiing fun. The mountain restaurant Alp Stätz invites you to stay for a cosy dinner and enjoy regional delicacies after night skiing. If you want to take part in night skiing in Arosa Lenzerheide you can buy a ticket in resort.

Après ski Arosa

Wild parties are rather rare in Arosa, but you can certainly dance after a long day on the piste. The resort is especially comfortable due to the overnight traffic-ban, so you can leisurely go from bar to bar. The "Brügglie" and the disco "Nuts" are particularly well-known. In the ski area itself there is also to Chilihütta, for example, probably the longest bar in Lenzerheide with homemade schnapps or the Kuhbar with a beautiful and sunny terrace. If you prefer a quiet evening, you'll feel right at home in one of the numerous restaurants. Tennis, tobogganing, snow shoe hiking and ice climbing ensure sporty variety. A highlight is the horse race on ice or the Pradaschier toboggan run with a length of 3 km, 480 m difference in height and over 30 bends - fun for the whole family is guaranteed!

Snowpark: Arosa Lenzerheide Arosa

A breath-taking backdrop and an idyllic atmosphere are the main pull factors for all sorts of winter sports enthusiasts to come to Arosa. Even though relaxing is top priority here, you still have the possibility to really get going. The" Snowpark Arosa Lenzerheide" offers a range of possibilities to do so. Alongside the Tomeli lift there are three different lines adjusted to all levels of ability, which provide the perfect start to the freestyling scene or offer a chance to enhance the already acquired skills. The ideal, wind-sheltered location on the north-eastern mountain face makes "shredding" possible with nearly all weather conditions. The close location to the lift additionally makes sure you don't loose much time with waiting. Every year the experienced crew creates a new set-up and provides new challenges with boxes, rails, kickers, jumps and jibs. No matter if skier or boarder, beginner or pro, the park offers something to do for everyone and only waits to be explored!

Besides the "Snowpark Arosa Lenzerheide", there are further exciting snowparks available to try. In the ski region Lenzerheide there is also the "JibArea Stätz", the "Funslope Lenzerheide", as well as "Wood Ranch Arosa" which all provide for the right touch of adrenaline.

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.

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(4.6 out of 5 stars)

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Families & children
Experts & freeriders
Snow parks
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Orientation (piste maps, info boards & sign posting)
Mountain restaurants, huts & gastronomy
Getting there & parking facilities

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