Offering sophisticated and traditional Swiss charm the ski-in/ski-out resort of Arosa lies 1,800 metres above sea level in a stunning location at the end of the Schanfigg Valley.
Mainly set in a south-facing bowl well above the tree line, the newly linked resorts of Lenzerheide and Arosa now offer three times as much skiing, and the alternative aspects of the two sides - one facing east, the other west - of the Lenzerheide Valley. Arosa also enjoys an average of eight to twelve hours of sunshine per day. For over a century, it has been a traditional Graubünden holiday resort for its healthy Alpine climate and attractions.
There are 42 lifts available to explore the extensive Arosa-Lenzerheide winter sports region. 225 km of pistes on three valley sides leaves nothing to be desired with challenging black slopes, varied red slopes and relaxed blue slopes. All skiers and snowboarders can find a descent that's right for them. Arosa has plenty of wide, forgiving slopes and lovely long cruisey blues for those that like to take things easy. For the more advanced, there is a good number of red and challenging black runs, plus a couple of snow parks to keep the pulse rate up for any winter sports enthusiast.