When Arosa and Lenzerheide opened up their new double-track cable car from Hörnli to Urdenfürggli in the winter of 2013/14, Switzerland acquired a new dream pairing: 2 skiing areas were combined into 1 winter paradise, with 225 km of ski slopes with guaranteed snow, twice as many cosy mountain huts to choose from and record-breaking numbers of days of sunshine. Arosa Lenzerheide is the largest continuous skiing area in Graubünden and one of the top 10 in the country.
The location of this new winter sports area is also perfectly and uniquely placed for combining winter sports with public transport. With the new product "My ski pass is also my ticket for public transport", travel on public transport on the axis between Arosa and Lenzerheide is automatically included in all valid winter sports passes for the Arosa Lenzerheide region, at no extra charge
There are no fewer than 42 lifts to help you get to know the vast Arosa Lenzerheide winter sports area. With 225 km of ski slopes on three different valley sides, there is something for everyone: among the challenging black runs, varied reds and easier blue runs, every skier and snowboarder will be able to find their favourite.
Sledging is a popular pastime for families and groups. You can admire the scenery, feel the adrenaline rush or just relax and enjoy the sensation of the wind and snow on your face. There are several different sledging runs in Arosa and Lenzerheide, so there's something to suit all sledging styles.
Whether you're based in Lenzerheide or Arosa, you'll find a cross-country skier's paradise, with over 82 km of prepared track. In Lenzerheide you can start from right outside the hotel door and enjoy about 52 km of beautiful prepared tracks, while in Arosa there are a further 30 km.
Explore the Arosa Lenzerheide winter sports area on foot. On both sides of the valley there's an extensive network of prepared paths and trails suitable for walking along in sturdy winter footwear. Find your favourite walk, be it right through the winter sports area or away from it all in the snowy forest.