21 December 2020

Arosa Lenzerheide limits number of guests during Christmas break

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The number of guests on the mountain is limited to 70% of a peak day from December 24, 2020 until January 3, 2021. On days with very high guest volumes, ticket sales may be discontinued. Guests with an annual or season pass, guests of hotels with which we have a season pass cooperation model, and guests with an already purchased ticket (online or offline) will have unrestricted access. We recommend booking your ticket online well in advance of your arrival. Single trips for pedestrians are not affected by the limitation.

Frequently asked questions:

Is there a risk that with an online ski ticket or an annual/season ticket I will no longer have access to the snow sports area?
No. With the annual or season ticket or a ticket purchased online there is always access and the tickets already sold have priority. When the limit is reached, further sales will be stopped. In this case, only the pickup of a ticket previously booked online can take place at the ticket offices.

I would like to buy the ski ticket at short notice. Is there a risk that I will not be able to go to the mountain?
Yes, there is a risk especially on peak days with usually very high occupancy. If you want to be sure, we recommend you to book your ski ticket online in advance well in advance. In some hotels you can also buy the ticket in advance.

If your hotel works in a special cooperation model with us, you will also have tickets available there. The following hotels are included: Arosa Vetter Hotel, Blatter's Arosa Hotel, Hotel Hohe Promenade, Hotel Prätschli, Robinson Club Arosa, Sunstar Hotel Arosa, Tschuggen Grand Hotel, Hotel Dieschen, Maiensässhotel GuardaVal, Berghotel Tgantieni, Valbella Resort, Arosa Mountain Lodge.

What about single tickets?
There is no restriction on single tickets for pedestrians.