Bucket List for Little Rascals

Are you here with the family and looking for different activities for your children? Then don’t miss out on these items on the Arosa Bucket List for Little Rascals below!
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#1: Cute little animals and educational information

The Squirrel Trail is, and remains, a Must Do for every stay in Arosa. The fluffy little animals can also be observed and fed in the forest in winter. Along the trail, you can learn interesting facts about squirrels from the information boards. The gentle walk is suitable for the whole family and is also a good rainy day activity.

Squirrel Trail
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#2: Arosa Bear Sanctuary in winter

Even though the bears are hibernating during winter, the Arosa Bear Sanctuary is still worth a visit. The visitor exhibition shows the history of the bears in a fun and exciting way. You can also arrange a private tour to see the bears hibernating in their stalls.

Arosa Bear Sanctuary
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#3: Ski School included

First turns on skis or huge jumps in the snowpark? Whatever level your children are at, the Arosa Ski School can provide free support!

User our Ski School Inclusive offer and take advantage of a free snow sports lesson when you stay at least two nights in Arosa.

Skischool included
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#4: “Zappelbär” search game

The Zappelbär search game is an adventure for all young snow sport fans. Children can take part in a station run on skis or snowboard to help the fidgety bear find food for his hibernation. A family highlight which makes skiing and snowboarding even more fun.

More about the Zappelbär
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#5: Tobogganing

The Arosa Lenzerheide snow sport region and the Schanfigg valley are home to a number of different toboggan runs. From a gentle panoramic run to an exhilarating night-time toboggan thrill, there is something for everyone. Toboggans can be hired from sports shops in Arosa.

Don’t forget to have your photo taken on the giant toboggan on the Tschuggen!

Tobogganing
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#6: Hochwang snow sport area

The small, charming ski area on the sunny side of the Schanfigg valley has 26 km of slopes and is nestled in the magnificent mountains surrounded by unspoilt nature. It is perfect for skiing and fun.

Hochwang
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#7: Children’s ski lift in Langwies

Did you know about the children’s ski lift in Langwies? Fans of snow sports can collect the lift key from the restaurant on “Underwis” and, after brief instruction, use the lift free of charge.

Times can be arranged on the following number: +41 76 488 13 63

Winter in Langwies
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#8: Arosa souvenirs for children

There are numerous souvenirs for all ages so that you and your children can take a piece of Arosa home with you. SHow about a bear t-shirt, a cosy headband, the Arosa Hidden Picture Book, or the Ahhrosa game - you are sure to find something suitable at Visitor Information in the Sport and Congress Centre or our online shop.

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