Arrival & Parking
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Arrival on Tracks
The Arosa Bahn leisurely rides through Chur like a tramway, passing the city wall, the Malteser Tower and the Obertor, the landmark of the Grisons capital. The city stroll on tracks ends at the city boarder and the train transforms into a mountain railway and winds its way up through the Schanfigg valley all the way to the famous holiday destination of Arosa. On the 26km between Chur and Arosa the train climbs over 1000 metres in altitude.
By the way: The train ride between Lüen-Castiel - Arosa and back is included in the Arosa Card during the summer season and in the ski and hiking pass (only when practicing winter sports) during the winter season.
Chose your departure destination and your departure/arrival time.
Starting from Chur the 30km serpentine road winds through more than 360 turns and masters an altitude of 1320 metres along the Schanfigg valley until it reaches Arosa about 40 minutes later.
Note: Especially during the winter season it is essential to check the street conditions before setting off. We suggest to also take a look at the traffic information.
If you are looking for a rental car, we recommend renting with Sixt.
The serpentine Schanfigg road involves some difficult passages for coaches. Please note the following limitations:
- Max. width 2.3m
- Max. height 4.0m
- Max. weight 18t
Coach Company: Christallreisen, [email@example.com
The Grisons Express (shuttle bus) comfortably brings you from the airport Friedrichshafen to Chur. From Zürich guests need to take the Intercity train to Chur, where you change trains and take the Rhaetian Railway through the idyllic Schanfigg valley all the way up to Arosa.
For private airplanes we recommend to land at the airport Altenrhein.
A helicopter landing site is situated at Isel, only a few hundred metres from the village.
Find below a list of our helicopter taxis: