Hiking in Arosa
Arosa, the hiking paradise in Grisons
Keep your eyes open! Hikers often observe squirrels, chamoises, marmots, red deer, ibexes, peregrine falcons and even golden eagles. Thanks to the fact that calcareous soil and soil poor in lime meet on narrow space between the Arosa village and the Weisshorn, over 900 different flowering plants, 30 ferns, 250 species of moss and mushrooms are able to grow and flourish.
We suggest you also try our guided hiking tours.
The Grisons Hiking-App is a vital companion for the most beautiful tours in Grisons. It offers a continuously growing number of tours on topographic maps on a scale of 1:25'000. Handy – the maps can also be used offline! More content: peak collector contest, tour planner with automatic routing, configurable tachometer and peak finder.
When encountering cows during your hike it is important to know how to behave, in particular when coming across mother cows and guard dogs. It is best to disrupt the the animals as little as possible.
Mother Cows in Arosa
Mother cows protect their calves. Maintain the distance!
The following list shows the Alps in and around Arosa where mother cows spend the summer with their calves.
Winter Advice in Summer
You can also enjoy your passion of hiking on our well prepared hiking trails during the winter season. A network of over 140 km maintained winter hiking paths are at your disposal. Thanks to the extensive hiking trail web through the ski sports area, hikers are also able to meet skiers at the charming mountain huts. Many other routes lead to remote side valleys and secret hideaways.