Winter excursion tips for families
Ideas, tips, and recommendations for family holidays in Lenzerheide.
High-fives, hugs and unforgettable photos with Globi – that's the biggest childhood dream. Or is it not? In Lenzerheide, that's exactly what's possible. The blue bird with the chequered trousers looks forward to meeting his little and big Globi fans every Wednesday and Sunday.
Cross-Country Cross Skills Park – the winter playground for children
The new way to master cross-country skiing: the Cross-Country Cross Skills Park. In the park you learn key movements and core skills of modern cross-country skiing. Cross-country skiing in this form is extremely popular with children and young adults.
Family Hit Biathlon
In two hours, the family hit offers a biathlon course with air rifle as well as a target and fun course where family members (at least 1 parent/grandparent) can compete against each other. Who will hit the targets best in the biathlon shooting, and who will come out on top in the scooter relay? Try it out and register yourself and your family today for the unique family hit.
From the Tgantieni mountain station, the Globi slope takes children along short forest paths with small undulations and hollows. Throughout the ride, the well-known children's hero with the blue body, yellow beak, beret and red-and-black checked trousers can be seen, partly on panels and partly on interactive course elements.
What could be better than gliding across the ice with your loved ones? Figure skating, a sprint to the finish, or an action-packed game of ice hockey. There are no limits to the fun on the public ice rinks. In bad weather, ice sports can be continued in the Lenzerheide ice rink.
Bad weather tip: Detective game through the Museum Vaz Obervaz
Oh no, a valuable object has disappeared. Go on a search to find it again. During your search, you will learn exciting facts about the museum and the different exhibitions. The secret map will help you solve the mystery. If you can solve the case and find the object again, a surprise awaits you at the end.
Respect the wildlife rest areas!
Responsible snow sports enthusiasts avoid forest areas and stay on paths and signalled slopes, showing consideration for wildlife.
- Observe wildlife rest areas and wildlife sanctuaries
- Stay on paths and marked routes in the forest
- Avoid forest edges and snow-free areas
- Keep dogs on a leash, especially in the forest