Take your pick from a range of leisure activities for your winter break. Here is an overview:
The fantastic Arosa-Lenzerheide network features 225 km of pistes and starts directly in front of the Arosa Kulm Hotel. If you are looking to improve your style, our 180 ski and 40 snowboard instructors will help you hit every curve perfectly. Snowboarders can enjoy some air time with a halfpipe on the Tschuggen.
Explore 26.5 km of cross-country ski trails on Maran, Praetschalp/Ochsenalp, in the Isel and on the Obersee. Should you need some help in mastering the skating or classical technique, the Arosa cross-country ski centre will be happy to help; tel +41 (0)81 378 75 05.
From mid November to mid April, you can step out on to the Obersee artificial ice rink or take to the ice in the Sport and Congress Centre. Expert skating instructors are available on request. The Sport and Congress Centre can also be booked for conferences and training courses from the end of June to mid April.
Curling and ice stick shooting are popular activities at the outdoor artificial ice rink on the Obersee. The Arosa tourist board offers taster courses. Ask the concierge for more information.
More than 40 km of specially prepared hiking and walking paths lead you directly from Arosa Kulm Hotel through the Arosa mountain landscape. All the mountain restaurants and huts are accessible to hikers. Ask the concierge for more information and walking maps.
Fun for all the family. Toboggan runs at Prätschli train station (illuminated at night) and Tschuggenhütte–Innerarosa (Kulm). Toboggans are available free of charge at Arosa Kulm Hotel.
Feeling brave? Or just crazy? Unique in Switzerland and in the middle of the winter sports area. Pure, deep snow, not a prepared piste in sight and easy to reach by train. Meet on the terrace of the Sattelhütte lodge with its beautiful views. Free Ride Mountain – the challenge for those looking for the ultimate kick.
Ask the concierge to book a tennis court. Courts are available a few steps from Arosa Kulm Hotel or in the tennis hall near the town entrance.