Snowshoeing in Lenzerheide

Snowshoe tours through the snow-covered winter landscape

Discover our Lenzerheide holiday region one sure step at a time on our signposted snowshoe trails. Follow the pink-lit signposts through snow-covered forests and enjoy nature at its most tranquil. Please stay on the marked pathways and do not enter the quiet zones, so the local wildlife gets the rest it needs during the harsh winter. And please be aware of the avalanche bulletin. 

SNOWSHOE TOURS

Whether easy or challenging tours, our database contains numerous tour ideas for every fitness level.

OUR SNOWSHOE TOUR IDEAS

Be inspired by our snowshoe tours and discover the untouched nature in the Lenzerheide holiday region.

Plan your own tour

You would rather plan your own snowshoe tour? The Regioportal Arosa Lenzerheide offers further additional functions to create a tour in detail online. Among other things, 3D flights of the tours can also be viewed.

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GUIDED SNOWSHOE TOURS

You don't want to set off on your own, but would rather have a trained guide show you around the Lenzerheide holiday region? Our snowshoe tour guides are there for you. They know the region like the back of their hand and will lead you on the most beautiful snowshoe tours through the Lenzerheide holiday region.

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DREIBÜNDENSTEIN SNOWSHOE ARENA

The snowshoe arena connects three areas around the Dreibündenstein plateau - Brambrüesch, Feldis, Pradaschier. One signposted route leads from each of the three stations to the plateau, which makes for great round tours. The plateau is a true paradise for snowshoe trekkers with spectacular 360° panoramas, including the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tectonic Arena Sardona.

DREIBÜNDENSTEIN SNOWSHOE ARENA
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WILD REST ZONES

Nature is a habitat for many animal and plant species. Many animals have adapted to the strict conditions of winter over a long period of time. In this hard and dangerous time for them they fight daily for survival. They have to find sufficient food and move around as little as possible so that they can use their reserves of strength as gently as possible.

Rest - helps the wild animals save valuable energy and is the most important good in winter.
The protection - wildlife resting areas allow humans and wild animals to live together in nature.
Be fair to nature - respect the wildlife rest areas!

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