Ski Holidays in Arosa, Switzerland
Arosa boasts a sunny location in the beautiful Schanfigg Valley and the largest ski area in Graubunden thanks to its new link with Lenzerheide. Families will enjoy the peaceful location and compact size of the resort, as well as the three toboggan runs and horse-drawn sleigh rides.
Skiing in Arosa
In total, 225 km of pistes across the Arosa and Lenzerheide areas are served by more than 40 lifts, with 70km of those pistes and a 30km freeride area on the Arosa side. Non-skiers can explore the 60km of winter walking trails, some of which lead up the mountain, or take a snow-shoe tour with the ski school.
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The 2014/2015 ski season will see a huge bonus for people travelling to Arosa, with a FREE ski school for children up to the age of 18, when you stay in a participating hotel for at least two nights.
Arosa is near to the ski resort of Davos-Klosters and also Flims and the White Arena ski area, reachable by road.
Snow conditions in Arosa
More than half the pistes are covered with snow making facilities which combined with natural snowfall makes for more guaranteed skiing throughout the season.
Apres-ski, restaurants and other activities in Arosa
The main attraction of Arosa is the other activities that are on offer, particularly for non skiers, such as winter walks on cleared paths, sleigh rides, curling and skating, all of which makes Arosa an ideal family ski holiday location. There are also 30km of fantastic cross-country ski trails on offer in Arosa.
Other activities include:
- Skiing and snowboarding
- Nordic Walking
- Cross-country skiing
- Horse drawn sleigh rides
- Hot Air Ballooning
Transfer time in Arosa
Zurich International airports is the nearest airport to Arosa around 160 km away. The resort is accessible via car but most guests prefer using rail as once you get closer to resort the roads are quite bendy and often once arrived in the village cars aren't usually needed.