Freeriding in Arosa Lenzerheide
Fascination Powder. Adrenalin. Freedom.
Heavenly feelings in open terrain. The round tour with the most beautiful freeride runs between Arosa, Lenzerheide and Tschiertschen offers a special nature experience in the middle of the impressive Grisons mountains. On the skisafari you will be away from the secured pistes. So don't miss out on the expert guidance of a guide from the snow sports schools.
Adults CHF 86.00 / Young adults CHF 74.00 / Teenagers CHF 56.00 / Children CHF 40.00
Skisafari tickets can be purchased at all mountain railway ticket offices (in Arosa, Lenzerheide and Tschiertschen).
Surcharge on valid snow sports pass Arosa Lenzerheide
Adults CHF 18.00 / Young adults CHF 18.00 / Youth CHF 15.00 / Children CHF 15.00
3-LANE TOUR DAVOS KLOSTERS - AROSA LENZERHEIDE-TSCHIERTSCHEN
With the 3-lane tour, experienced freeriders experience an absolute highlight, unique of its kind in the Alps. With just one booked ticket, freeriders gain 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 the snow, weather and avalanche situation is favourable.
Price: CHF 88.00
Persons with season tickets buy the necessary single rides directly on site.
Tickets can be purchased at the valley stations Davos Parsenn, Klosters Gotschna, Hörnli-Express Arosa or Bergbahnen Tschiertschen.
Freetouring and avalanche safety experience
Grischa Mountain Sports School
The 3-day training camp for freeriders with a focus on avalanche prevention, terrain selection and rescue. Of course, we want to tackle great descents properly and put theory into practice.
Snow sports schools and guides
We recommend that you join professionally guided tours. The trained guides will lead you safely to your destination! The snow sports schools in Arosa and in the Lenzerheide holiday region offer professionally guided freeride tours in addition to lessons. With the necessary theory and lots of practice, you will learn how to avoid an avalanche situation and how to proceed in an emergency.
Mountain guides from the region
Courses and Camps
To be safer off-piste, we recommend professional support from guides or learn how to handle equipment and snow conditions in avalanche courses or freeride camps.
Courses and camps from our mountain guides
Courses and camps of the ski school and our partners
Important notes for freeriders
Be properly prepared for Powder Day.
Freeride checkpoints are located in the entire snow-sport region and inform about the current avalanche situation and risk. Recent weather, snow and avalanche information can be retrieved by phone 187 or via SLF.
Please study the avalanche bulletins of the WSL Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research SLF before every freeride tour. These are updated and published twice a day (8.00 a.m. and 17.00 p.m.).
The area outside the marked and groomed slopes is considered a free snow sports terrain. It is neither marked nor secured against alpine dangers. Arosa Bergbahnen AG and Lenzerheide Bergbahnen AG disclaim any liability when leaving the marked and groomed slopes.
Rest. Protection. Fairness.
Nature is a habitat for many animal and plant species. The animals have adapted to the harsh conditions of winter over a long period of time. In this hard and dangerous time for them, they fight for survival every day. They have to find enough food and move very little. They must be able to use their energy reserves as sparingly as possible.
Rest - helps wild animals save valuable energy and is the most important asset in winter.
Protection - enable humans and wildlife to live together in nature.
Be fair to nature - respect the wildlife rest areas.