Snowshoeing in Lenzerheide

On untouched paths through the winter landscape

With trudging steps on signposted snowshoe tours through the Lenzerheide holiday region. Follow the pink signposts through forests covered deep in snow. Enjoy the peace and quiet of nature. But please stay on the signposted paths. And continue to observe the current snow and avalanche situation as well as the wildlife rest zones.

The most beautiful snowshoe hikes

On our interactive map, you will find numerous ideas for your winter day in Lenzerheide – from easy to challenging.

Guided snowshoe tours

Snowshoeing with the locals

Would you like to be accompanied by a trained guide? Our snowshoe tour guides are there for you. They know the region like the back of their hand. They will take you on the most exciting snowshoe tours through the Lenzerheide holiday region.

Activ Sport Baselgia Lenzerheide
open from 08:30
in Lenzerheide

Activ Sport Baselgia AG

in Lenzerheide

Berg-Gipfel Patrick Keller

LL mit Andreas
in Lenzerheide

Cross-Country Skiing With Andreas

in Lenzerheide

Guided hike with «Alpinasol»

Kambula | © Tanja Pfammatter
in Lantsch / Lenz

Gwundertouren- Hiking guide with Tanja Pfammatter

Skischule Nova
in Lenzerheide

Ski School Nova

Susanne Kern
in Lenzerheide

Susanne Kern;

Skischule Lenzerheide 1
in Lenzerheide

Swiss Snowsports School Lenzerheide

Foto Andy
in Parpan

Your Mountain Experience

Snowshoe Arena Dreibündenstein

The 360 degree mountain world. Brambrüesch. Feldis. Pradaschier.

The snowshoe arena connects three areas. All lead around the Dreibündenstein plateau – Brambrüesch, Feldis, Pradaschier. A signposted route leads from each of the three stations to the plateau. This makes for great round tours. The plateau is a true paradise for snowshoeing. The UNESCO World Heritage Tectonic Arena Sardona is also located in the spectacular 360-degree panorama.

Snowshoe Arena Dreibündenstein
Rehkitz im Winter | © Pixaby

Wildlife Rest Areas - Nature gives thanks

Nature is a habitat for many animal and plant species. Many animals have adapted to the strict conditions of winter over a long period of time. In this hard and dangerous time for them, they fight daily for survival. They have to find sufficient food and move around as little as possible so that they can use their reserves of strength as gently as possible.

Rest – helps the wild animals save valuable energy and is the most important good in winter.
The protection – wildlife resting areas allow humans and wild animals to live together in nature.
Be fair to nature – respect the wildlife rest areas!

Map Wildlife Rest Areas

Almost like snowshoeing, only different