Hiking tours and trails in Lenzerheide
Paths to happiness - Active. Meditative. With mountain motif.
The best hiking tours in Lenzerheide
Our Lenzerheide holiday region is the perfect destination for those who love hiking and enjoying nature. With its majestic mountains and breathtaking scenery, Lenzerheide is a paradise for hikers. No matter which route you choose, it will be one to remember. Pack your hiking boots and explore the hiking trails in the Lenzerheide holiday region.
Guided hiking tours
Discover more together.
Let yourself be inspired by trained and experienced hiking guides. They will bring you even closer to the impressive natural landscape. An educational experience for new hiking adventures.
Plan your own hiking tour
Would you like to plan your tour yourself? It's an experience with the Regioportal Arosa Lenzerheide. Use the online planning tool for detailed results. And see your tour in a 3D flight.
MOTHER COWS ON PASTURES - RESPECT FOR CURIOSITY
Live and let live
In summer, many mother cows live with their calves on the alp. Like all mothers, they want to protect their offspring. People and animals can therefore be perceived as a threat. The following rules of conduct will help you to stay safe on the pasture.
Code of conduct
Cattle, similar to people, have their own personal space. An animal might feel threatened if this space is invaded. Attacks on humans tend to occur for a reason, and most commonly happen when an animal is trying to protect itself or the herd (in particular their young).
If at all possible, keep your distance from cattle to avoid them becoming agitated. Always move quietly past the animals.
Mother cows want to protect their calves. They don’t like strangers touching their young. Calves tend to rest hidden away from the herd.
Mother cows always keep an eye on their calves and might react aggressively if they feel that their young are threatened. Never approach or touch a calf.
Cattle perceive dogs as a predator, no matter what their size or appearance. Therefore, they become very protective of their herd.
Keep your dog on a lead. Move quietly, and, if possible, around the herd, avoiding any contact.