Snowshoe Hiking

The quiet winter pleasure

Experience the wintery snow-covered nature of Arosa with snowshoes and enjoy this slow and peaceful means of transportation across the Arosa ski region. We also offer guided snowshoe hiking tours.

Snowshoe Hiking in the Ski Area

The quiet winter pleasure. Snowshoeing used to be the means of transport for farmers and hunters decades ago. Today, snowshoes are a modern sports equipment for winter hikers and snowboarders.

We are happy to organise interesting and beautiful snowshoe hikes around Arosa for companies, families and groups in general. Insider tip: fully enjoy the bright stars in the sky during a moonlight hiking tour.

Rental and snowshoe guides:

  • Cross-Country Skiing and Snowshoe Centre Geeser +41 81 377 22 15
  • Swiss Ski and Snowboard School Arosa +41 81 378 75 0
  • ABC Snow Sports School T +41 81 356 56 60
  • Carmenna Sport +41 81 377 12 05
  • Sprecher Sport Innerarosa +41 81 377 12 07
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Snowshoe Gastro Tour

Would you like to enjoy the tranquility of Arosa on a tour through the snow? Our snow sports instructors from the Swiss ski and snowboard school Arosa will show you the most beautiful corners of Arosa and you will have the opportunity to enjoy a beautiful mountain panorama.

In between there are stops to enjoy culinary highlights before continuing through the snow. There is always a reason for a break at one of our selected culinary partners.

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Snowshoe Tours

Find the most suitable snowshoe tour for you and your friends. Be it through the woods, along a panoramic hiking trail or across snowy crests, there is definitely a beautiful route for you.

Route planner
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Quit for the wildlife

Above-average amounts of snow lead to extremely demanding living situations for game in the canton of Graubünden. It is now particularly important to avoid any disturbance to wild animals.

Thank you for your understanding.