Children skiing areas and family slopes
Learn to ski playfully in Arosa Lenzerheide
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 skiing areas
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.
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
In the latest play element of the Snowsports Adventure World, the fidgety bear is groping around in the Tschuggen area. But he should have found his winter rest by now. The youngest snow sports enthusiasts on the fidgety bear search game help him to get tired during a post run with skis or snowboard. In the Tschuggen area, the young snow fans find the food that the fidget bear needs for the winter. In the process, the bear works up quite a sweat because the snow has covered the Tschuggen. The animals of the forest are his friends. From them, he learns how they deal with hibernation. That, in a nutshell, is the story of the Fidget Bear.
The high-quality staged and lovingly designed bear search game begins on Tschuggen. The starting portal with game instructions is installed there. Attention and a good eye are necessary because the posts are somewhat hidden near the slope. The fidget bear eats sweet honey, mushrooms, or a bush full of blueberries to gain some winter fat. On the way, he meets the mouse in the burrow, the snow grouse in the warm bed and the squirrel counting cones. At the individual posts, the aim is to open the lock to the punch card with the help of the humorously designed game instructions. Once all the stamps have been collected on the playing card, the fidget bear is ready for its winter rest. And for the children there is a fine reward when they visit the Tschuggenhütte or Brüggerstuba restaurants.
New: Globi's ski slope
Globi can now also be found on the slopes in Lenzerheide in winter. The Globi slope is located on family slope no. 45, directly on the Tgantieni. Globi explains the rules of the slope, various techniques and guarantees fun.
Location: Family slope no. 45, directly at Tgantieni