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Arosa

  • People on a ski lift in the ski resort of Lenzerheide
INTERMEDIATES – FAMILIES - QUIET SLOPES

Set in a chocolate box landscape of forests and frozen lakes, Arosa has a laid back traditional Swiss ambience and a friendly welcome.

INTERMEDIATES – FAMILIES - QUIET SLOPES

Set in a chocolate box landscape of forests and frozen lakes, Arosa has a laid back traditional Swiss ambience and a friendly welcome.

Amidst pine-clad slopes and saw-toothed peaks, Arosa comprises Ausser-Arosa and Inner-Arosa, the latter offering an attractive mix of ski-in, ski-out hotels and traditional Alpine chalets. The village’s gastronomic scene is top class, from inviting stuben to steakhouses.

Aside from laid-back après-ski, scores of winter sports activities span picturesque forest trails for winter walking plus tobogganing, snowshoeing, curling, ice skating and paragliding.

Modern cable cars at the Tschuggen Grand Hotel
Wooden log cabins in the snowy valley in Arosa
Snowdrifts on winter snow covered mountainside
Modern cable cars at the Tschuggen Grand Hotel
Wooden log cabins in the snowy valley in Arosa
Snowdrifts on winter snow covered mountainside

A pair of skis and sticks stuck out of the snow
The skiing

Arosa offers doorstep access to 225km of intermediate-friendly skiing. Set at a lofty height of 1800m, Arosa’s 70km of snow-sure skiing is complemented by 155km of skiing in nearby Lenzerheide, connected since 2014 by a state-of-the-art cable car to create one of the biggest ski areas in Switzerland. While experienced skiers will find numerous challenges offered by two snow parks and the World Cup piste, its beginners and intermediates who will really feel at home here. Beginners have easy snow-sure slopes to learn on and a good snow kindergarten while intermediates can explore the sizeable network of blue and red runs that comprise 88% of the ski area.

Ski resort essentials
  • 70
    KILOMETRES - AROSA
  • 225
    KILOMETRES - AROSA - LENZERHEIDE
SKI AREA
  • 1775
    METRES
ALTITUDE OF RESORTS
  • 2865
    METRES
HIGHEST SKI POINT
  • 49%
    BLUE
  • 39%
    RED
  • 12%
    BLACK
RUNS
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