Childrens facilities and family slopes

Learn to ski playfully in Arosa Lenzerheide

In the children's facilities in Arosa Lenzerheide, children learn to ski playfully. Between the funny figures, the first turns in the snow are not difficult.

Have the children got the hang of it? Then the Arosa Lenzerheide ski area awaits with its numerous blue slopes, especially in the Tschuggen area in Arosa and the valley side Heidbüel/Scalottas in Lenzerheide.

beginners and children's facilities

Honeyland Prätschli, the public beginners'/children's facility Kulmwiese in Arosa and the childrens facilities Auarara, Fastatsch and Heimberg in Lenzerheide are easy to reach, most of them are free of charge and the terrain is only slightly sloping — making learning fun.

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family slopes

On the specially marked family slopes, speeding is out and leisurely gliding is in. The family slopes are located in Lenzerheide on the Heidbüel/Scalottas side of the valley at the Tgantieni chairlift (Globi slope, no. 45) and the Stätzertäli chairlift (Safari slope, no. 73 and Riedboden, no. 73a - on the far right from the mountain station to the Stätzertäli valley station). In Arosa, the Tschuggen area is best suited for families.

New: Zappelbär search game on Tschuggen

On Tschuggen, the little guests find the little fidgety bear, who should actually be resting in winter, but is still all fidgety. They are supposed to help the little bear get tired and full. Throughout the Tschuggen area, young snow fans find the food that the fidget bear needs for the winter. In the process, the little bear works up quite a sweat and gets tired.

New: Globi's ski slope

Slope 45

Globi can now also be found on the slopes in Lenzerheide in winter. On family slope no. 45, directly on the Tgantieni, a Globi slope will be created for the 2021/22 winter season. Globi will explain the rules of the slope, various techniques and is guaranteed to make sure you have fun.