Holiday village Lantsch/Lenz
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Summer in Lantsch/Lenz
Lantsch/Lenz is the gateway to Switzerland's largest nature park, Parc Ela. There are varied biking and hiking tours in the municipality. Enjoy sunny days in Lantsch/Lenz.
GUEST CARD SUMMER
Your welcome from the municipality of Lantsch/Lenz
Thank you for staying in the municipality of Lantsch/Lenz. With your guest taxes, you make a significant contribution to the diversity of the guest offerings in the Lenzerheide holiday region.
You will receive the digital guest card at your booked accommodation.
The following services await you in summer:
- 10% reduction on a journey with the Bernina Express (not on the supplement). Tickets can be booked at the sales counter in Tiefencastel.
- 20% reduction on regular admission prices to the Albula Railway Museum.
- CHF 10.00 reduction on the green fee at the Lenzerheide Golf Club (discount cannot be cumulated).
BIKE AND HIKING TOURS IN LANTSCH/LENZ
The holiday resort of Lantsch/Lenz is an ideal starting point for biking and hiking tours in the Lenzerheide holiday region. They are already free of snow early in spring.
Other SUMMER ACTIVITIES IN LANTSCH/LENZ
Lantsch/Lenz, the gateway to the largest nature park in Switzerland, offers numerous other activities.
Lantsch/Lenz is part of Parc Ela, the largest nature park in Switzerland. The three language cultures of Romansh, German and Italian are united in the park. With its steep mountain peaks and vast landscapes surrounded by glaciers and mountain lakes, Parc Ela offers the feeling of real wilderness. In the valleys, historic villages and baroque churches recall the former importance of the trade routes over the Albula, Julier and Septimer Alpine passes.
The most impressive way to discover the unique landscape is on foot or by bike. There are various themed trails to choose from, as well as one-day and multi-day tours.
The spectacular Albula railway line, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is an architectural masterpiece and runs right through the middle of the park.
For culture lovers, Parc Ela offers a wide range of sights, events and cultural activities, including the annual Origen Festival.
Around the middle of the 19th century, various washing and baking houses, called pastroins in Romansh, were built, which were owned by so-called baking and washing house cooperatives. In order to save the last two pastroins from decay or possible misuse, the Uniaun Pro Pastroins was founded by locals. The aim was to renovate and repair the facilities in order to return them to their original purpose. Today, they provide an insight into the village culture of the past and can be visited via the Pro Pastroins Association.
Events in Lantsch/Lenz
Experience unforgettable moments in Lantsch/Lenz. The municipality offers a variety of events in summer and winter.
Places of interest
The parish of Lantsch/Lenz is home to the Church of St. Mary, which was first mentioned in documents in the 8th century. The parish church of St. Anthony of Padua and the St. Cassian's Chapel tell stories from earlier centuries.
Winter in Lantsch/Lenz
The holiday paradise of Lantsch/Lenz offers varied winter sports opportunities in winter. With the first permanently installed biathlon facility in Switzerland, the Roland Arena in Lantsch/Lenz is an important training and competition centre for national and international teams.
The natural ice rink Lantsch/Lenz in the upper village next to the playground offers opportunities for ice skating and playing ice hockey and is a popular meeting place.
The ice rink is open daily in cold weather from around mid-December until the end of February and is lit on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays until around 9 pm during the main season. Admission is free. There is a changing room and toilets next to the ice rink.
With the first permanently installed biathlon facility in Switzerland, the Roland Arena in Lantsch/Lenz at around 1400 metres above sea level is an important training and competition centre for national and international teams. Major events such as the Tour de Ski are held in the Roland Arena. So athletes are made and celebrated here; countless spectators are entertained and enchanted here.
This snowshoe tour impressively shows the violence avalanches can have: It leads to the Val Meltger suspension bridge, which was built twelve metres above the ground because of the masses of snow. Lonely forest paths and a panorama to Mon and Stierva are further highlights of the trail.
The Lantsch/Lenz ski lift is located on a sunny south-facing slope in the lower village. The small, manageable area is ideal for children and beginners. The own ski school offers playful and varied ski lessons in small groups and so huge progress can be made in a short time. A snack restaurant invites skiers and hikers alike to take a cosy breather on the sunny terrace.
Guest Card Winter
Your welcome from the municipality of Lantsch/Lenz
Thank you for staying in the municipality of Lantsch/Lenz. With your guest taxes, you are making a significant contribution to the variety of guest offerings in the Lenzerheide holiday region.
The following services await you in winter:
- 10% reduction on rides on the Lantsch/Lenz ski lift
- 10% reduction on private lessons at the Lantsch/Lenz Ski School
- 10% reduction on a ride on the Bernina Express (not on the supplement). Tickets can be booked at the sales counter in Tiefencastel.
- 20% reduction on the regular entrance fees to the Albula Railway Museum.
TOURIST INFORMATION LANTSCH/LENZ
At the Lantsch/Lenz tourist information office you will receive valuable tips and programme suggestions for your stay in the Lenzerheide holiday region. The Lantsch/Lenz tourist information office is located in the Roland Arena and is therefore a good starting point for various sports activities.