The perfect tracks for beginners and pros
The Helsana Trails in Arosa take you on signposted circuits into the nature of the Grisons mountains. You can jog, walk, hike or stroll here - just choose the right route and get started.
The Swiss Orienteering Association launched Swiss Orienteering. The activity is designed to allow for simple map reading and walking or running. The combination of skills should lead to finding the best route while reaching each target. A fun outdoor activity for body and mind.
Walking and speed hiking
Of course, not all trail running routes have to be jogged continuously. Take your time, enjoy the panorama and enjoy the peace and quiet of nature. You will also find numerous resting benches with beautiful views onto the surrounding mountains. Pure pleasure! And for catering, you will find numerous mountain restaurants and huts throughout the area with sunny terraces.
Event: Swiss Alpine Club (SAC) Arosa trail running day
Saturday, 29th August 2020
Come along on a varied trail run around Arosa with the local runners. The fair-weather variant leads from Arosa via Gredigsfürggli, Urdental, Weisshorn and Scheidegg back to Arosa (approx. 23 km, 1,500 metres in altitude). In bad weather the route is shifted to the valley (St.Peter-Molinis-Litzirüti-Arosa, approx. 12km & 1'000 m altitude difference). The two tour guides Karin Bächinger and Desirée Hartmann are looking forward to your registration until 28th August 2020 at firstname.lastname@example.org. By the way: Non-SAC members are also welcome!
Event: Swiss Management Run
Friday, 11th September 2020
Management has more in common with sports than you think. First, listen to inspiring presentations by top managers and then test your own limits in Arosa’s sunny mountain scenery. Don’t miss out!
Event: Arosa Trailrun
Saturday, 12th September 2020
The Arosa Trail Run – an experience and a true challenge with three spectacular trails! The event provides four different routes with varying profiles. The one thing all trails have in common is: crisp ascents, breath-taking peak views and high heart beat frequencies.
Since 2018, one of the four trails is explicitly reserved for handicapped runners. Arosa Energie supports the trail run and pays the entry fee.
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