Lenzerheide at a glance
Sport. Culture. Nature.
Malix - gateway to the Lenzerheide holiday region
Malix is the lowest point and borders Passugg-Araschgen at 760 m above sea level. The highest point is at 2281 m above sea level on Windegga. In between you will find a lot of untouched nature and village life.
The villages of Malix, Churwalden and Parpan form the municipality of Churwalden.
Churwalden - Walser village between Chur and Lenzerheide
Two facilities transport you and other winter sports enthusiasts to the snow-sport region of Arosa Lenzerheide and Pradaschier. For children, the practice lift in the village offers ideal conditions for their first turns. A special highlight is the 3.1 km long toboggan run, which is open all year round. In Churwalden you will also find a rope park and a heated outdoor pool.
Parpan - Sport and culture in a former Walser settlement
Two mountain railways take you directly to the snow-sport region of Arosa Lenzerheide. Numerous hiking trails and cross-country ski runs lead you through the enchanting landscape. The natural ice rink and the Tschugga sledge run round off the wide range of winter sports on offer.
Valbella and Lenzerheide - varied high valley on the shores of Lake Heidsee
Situated at 1500 m above sea level, Lenzerheide and Valbella form the heart of the holiday region. Here you will find everything for your perfect holiday in the mountains - sports shops in the village and local products in the Puracenter. Numerous restaurants and hotels are waiting to spoil you. The two villages belong to the political municipality of Vaz/Obervaz, as do the main villages of Lain, Muldain and Zorten.
Lain, Muldain, Zorten - the sun terraces of the valley
Narrow alleys and traditional farmhouses define the tranquil image of the mountain villages of Lain, Muldain and Zorten. They are located on the sunny terrace of the valley and offer a particularly picturesque backdrop in the snow-covered winter. Zorten is also home to the local museum, which gives you an insight into the way of life in the past and the development of tourism. The present-day centres of Lenzerheide and Valbella were mayor's estates in historical times. The farmers of Lain, Muldain and Zorten lived here during the spring and autumn weeks.
Lantsch/Lenz - the idyllic community with mountain panorama
Many of the cross-country ski trails, biking and hiking paths that lead through the high valley start in Lantsch/Lenz. At the edge of the village there is a skilift that is ideally suited for families. Two historic churches from the 9th and 17th centuries as well as Europe's most beautiful iron cross cemetery delight you here.