Discoveries for outdoor enthusiasts
1. Discover the fresh powder
Freeride in Lenzerheide - deep snowy couloirs and steep slopes with rocky outcrops are waiting for experienced freeriders. The Parpaner Rothorn is one of the best known spots for freeriders in the region. The ski safari between Arosa, Lenzerheide and Tschiertschen offers an impressive experience in the untouched winter landscape.
2. Discover Ski Touring
Every Wednesday evening, ski touring fans and those who still want to discover it for themselves can take part in ski touring training towards Piz Scalottas on four different movement touring tracks. There are three routes for the ascent and one for the descent. A delicious dinner can be enjoyed at the «June Hütte» before the descent.
3. Dreibündenstein Snowshoe Arena
Discover the Dreibündenstein arena on snowshoes. The snowshoe arena Dreibündenstein offers the best conditions for this. Located in the heart of the regions of Chur, Viamala and Lenzerheide, it links three winter sports areas: Brambrüesch, Feldis and Pradaschier. This opens up great opportunities for many snowshoe tours.
4. Snowshoeing in a different way
With Crossblades you can ascend comfortably in deep snow like with snowshoes, but you have the advantage that you can also descend - on the slopes or in powder. The Crossblades can be used on chairlifts and ski lifts. Hiking in the snow becomes a new experience. The area around the Dreibündenstein is ideal for Crossblade tours. An introductory course before the first tour is recommended.
5. It’s Nordic Time!
Do you know Sven Johansen? A living legend and star of the cross-country ski scene. Having retired from active professional sport, he now acts as an ambassador for cross-country skiing and biathlon in Lenzerheide. He knows every trick and makes everyone fit - whether beginner or expert. His ice-cold manner and strict principles are part of the secret of his success. But don't worry: he never misses out on fun either. It's Nordic time!
6. Biathlon trial course
Discover the «fascination of biathlon». The mixture of concentration and precision in shooting as well as a stamina unit make biathlon a challenge for body and soul. After an introduction to shooting, you will be able to raise your pulse rate in cross-country skiing and then try to hit the target
With the 3-Bahnentour, advanced freeriders experience an absolute highlight, unique of its kind in the Alps. With just one ticket booked, freeriders can get access to an unforgettable day tour. The tour can start in Arosa, Lenzerheide, Tschiertschen or Davos and can also be realised as a multi-day tour. This tour requires good preparation (training / equipment etc.) and can only be undertaken when snow, weather and avalanche conditions are favourable.
Take a bird's eye view of Lenzerheide and feel like the king of the air. Our experienced tandem pilot will take you on an unforgettable adventure. Whether by moonlight, sunrise or during the day, there is something for every taste. Let yourself be enchanted by the wonderful view!
If you don't want to miss biking in winter, you've come to the right place! On the 17.3 km long route you cycle from Lenzerheide to Lantsch/Lenz and back. You will pass through snow-covered forests, a beautiful nature park and two cosy villages that invite you to take a break. Depending on your level, the tour can be shortened or extended at several turning points. It is therefore suitable for beginners as well as advanced riders.
10. Winter hiking with a difference - Foxtrail
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.
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