Ice sports in Lenzerheide

Ice hockey, curling, or perhaps you prefer ice skating?

Whether open air with sun rays caressing the face or regardless of weather conditions, the Lenzerheide holiday region offers a variety of possibilities for ice skating, ice hockey, curling and ice stock sport with its natural ice rinks and the large indoor ice rink. How about a visit to the Lenzerheidner iis Paradiis or an excursion to the Skateline Surava?

Natural ice rinks in the holiday region Lenzerheide

Free ice-skating, Alpine curling (1 curling rink, equipment available).

Opening hours
Every day until 10.00 pm in dry, cold weather, floodlit at night.

Free ice-skating and curling (1 rink, equipment available).

Sportgeschäft Balzer, Parpan, P +41 81 382 21 41

Informationsoffice Parpan, P +41 81 385 57 75

The natural ice rink at the football ground in Chur Walden offers opportunities for ice skating, hockey and Alpine curling. “Eishüsli” with kiosk, restaurant and skate hire on-site. Register for Alpine curling.

Opening hours ice rink
Every day from 10.00 am - 10.00 pm, during dry and cold weather, floodlit in the evening.

Opening hours «Eishüsli»
«Eishüsli» with kiosk, restaurant and skate hire. Registration for Alpine curling.
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday: 4.00 - 10.00 pm
Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday: 2.00 - 10.00 pm

The ice skating is free of charge.

Curling sticks CHF 5.00, ice skates CHF 5.00, deposit CHF 20.00
ice hockey sticks CHF 1.00, deposit CHF 4.00

Informationsoffice Churwalden, P +41 81 385 57 70

The natural ice rink at the football ground in Lantsch/Lenz offers opportunities for ice skating and ice hockey.

Opening hours
Every day in good, cold weather from December to mid-February.
During the high season floodlit on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday until approx. 9.00pm.

The ice skating is free of charge.

Informationsoffice Lantsch/Lenz, P +41 81 385 57 85


Curling has a tradition of over 90 years in the Lenzerheide holiday region. The Curling Club Lenzerheide was founded in 1921 and offers groups the opportunity to explore the diversity of this sport.

Information and courses
Anny Simonet, P +41 79 431 13 85

Indoor Ice Rink Lenzerheide sports center
Training possibilities for beginners and advanced on Wednesday from 8.00 to 10.00 pm

Lenzerheide Sports Center, P +41 81 385 21 85

Skateline Surava

The Skateline is a natural ice course, approx. 3 km long and approx. 3 m wide, which is established on a hiking trail. With skates you can run along the river Albula from Alvaneu Bad to Surava.
The run starts and finishes in Surava. Skates and protective gear (helmet obligatory) can be hired on site.

Opening hours
Mid-December to mid-February
Monday to Saturday, 10.00 am - 9.00 pm
Sunday, 10.00 am - 5.30 pm

from mid-February to the end of the season (end of February)
Monday to Saturday, 9.00 am - 12.30 pm, 5.30 pm - 9.00 pm
Sunday, 9.00 am - 12.30 pm

1x skating incl. shuttle bus: Adults CHF 8.00, Children CHF 5.00
5x skating incl. shuttle bus: Adults CHF 32.00, Children CHF 20.00

P +41 79 457 37 04

Slope report via P +41 81 637 08 37 or

More ice sport

The ice rink in the Lenzerheide sports centre offers facilities for ice hockey, figure skating, public ice skating, curling and Alpine curling. Skates and ice hockey sticks can be hired on site.

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The Lenzerheide-Valbella Skating Club offers individual skating lessons. Further information and registration: contact Olivia Collet, P +41 79 605 18 69

Every Friday "Fischchnusperli" (crispy fish goujons). Daily fondue/spaghetti fun in the "Eishüsli" at the natural ice rink, upon advance reservation for 2 or more people. For information and reservations (by 5.00pm on the previous day), please contact Käthy Dubach, P +41 81 382 22 40 or P +41 79 477 68 83.

Globi offers an exciting and diverse range of experiences in its children’s programme. The programme includes cross-country skiing taster lessons, Swedish bonfire nights, figure-skating lessons and puppet shows.

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Region Arosa Lenzerheide