This is how family is fun
Ideas and tips
Sporz Lain toboggan run - On your sledges, get set, go!
When the curves call.
The prepared sledging run from Sporz to Lain, which is closed to cars, guarantees a fast-paced sledging run for the whole family. Enjoy the beautiful view during the descent or take part in a sledge race for a full dose of adventure. By the way, the deep snow next to the piste is perfect for snow angels or a snowball fight.
Up and down the walls at the Ap'n Daun climbing centre in Chur.
Strength. Altitude. Fun.
At the Ap'n Daun climbing centre in Chur, you can immerse yourself in the world of climbing and bouldering and let off steam freely in the spacious indoor and outdoor areas. Whether you are a beginner, an expert or a professional, there is something for everyone with the different levels of difficulty.
Creativity is your thing? Take part in the snow art challenge in Lenzerheide.
Be creative. Live it up.
Who is the most creative person in the Lenzerheide holiday region? You too can take part in the Snow Art Challenge Lenzerheide. Give your creativity free rein and create something out of snow. No matter what, it's the good ideas that count in the end. Then send us an e-mail with a picture of your work of art. The winner can look forward to a great prize.
Meet Globi in person in the snow
Experience Globi in the snow.
Every Wednesday and Sunday you can meet Globi himself in the Auarara children's area. He watches you learn to ski and cheers everyone on. Globi loves the snow and is always up for a good time.
Fancy a cosy family picnic? Discover Lai La Villa in winter
Cosy. Together. Enjoy.
In summer, Lai La Villa is the insider tip in Lantsch/Lenz for a cosy barbecue day with the family. But have you ever been there in winter? The snowshoe tour leads past it, which is also good for families. At the top of the clearing is the perfect place to let off steam in the snow, have a snowball fight or a little snow picnic. By the way, have you ever tried snow tic-tac-toe?
Toboggan run in winter
Fast. Faster. Tobogganing.
Fun combined with a dose of adrenalin - that's what the Pradaschier toboggan run promises. With 31 curves and a difference in altitude of 480 metres, the toboggan run winds its way down to the valley for over 3 km. The toboggan run is also passable in winter. Feel speed and weightlessness or simply enjoy the mountain air and the beautiful view: Fun for the whole family
Biathlon trial course for children
Work out. Concentrate. Learn.
Discover the «fascination of biathlon» as a family. The mixture of concentration and precision in shooting as well as a stamina unit make biathlon a challenge for body and soul. Children between the ages of ten and 15 can get to know the sport with air rifles during a taster course.
Cross-Country Cross Skills Park
Understanding cross-country skiing anew
The Cross-Country Cross Skills Park is an attractive winter playground for children, where they can discover cross-country skiing for themselves.
In the park, key movements and core competencies of modern cross-country skiing are addressed with specific exercises. Cross-country skiing in this form is extremely popular with children and young people.
Winter hiking with a difference - Foxtrail
Clever comes further.
Would you like a change from the usual winter hiking? Then the Foxtrail is perfect for you! Explore the beautiful nature and reveal the secret of the fox. The scavenger hunt leads around the beautiful Heidsee lake. Whether in sun or snow, fun and excitement are guaranteed.
Investigation in the museum
Think. Combine. Search for traces.
An exciting discovery tour through the Vaz/Obervaz Museum, as a valuable object has disappeared. Investigate as a family in the museum and set off on a search. Meanwhile, learn a lot of exciting things about the exhibition. If the object is found again, a surprise awaits you.
Turnouts. Workshops. Tunnelling.
From 1,800 metres above sea level, the sledges rush downhill on the closed-off pass road - around at least as many curves as the train of the Rhaetian Railway that took them up. Only faster and with more snow flurries. Afterwards, real sledging pros dare to take the steep descent from Darlux to Bergün, four kilometres for the brave.
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