16 December 2020

Arosa Lenzerheide ski resort goes into full operation

Winter in Arosa Lenzerheide | © Arosa Lenzerheide

Arosa Lenzerheide ski area goes into full operation
From Saturday, 19 December 2020, the Arosa Lenzerheide ski area will be in full operation, except a few lifts (upper section of the Carmenna chairlift, Cumascheals chairlift, Ried and Crappa Grossa ski lifts) and individual slopes. All entry points are accessible via perfectly groomed valley runs. With the opening of the Black Diamond Slope, a snow sports treat is available to guests in time for the festive season. The Honeyland on the Arosa side is also open.

The following lifts will start operating in the next few days:

  • On 16 December Tschuggen Ost chairlift in operation from 8.20 am; 1st section Arosa-Weisshorn aerial tramway in operation from 9.00 am.
  • On 17 December Ski lift Valbella
  • On 18 December chairlifts Tgantieni and Scalottas

Some of the slopes that are not open still require additional technical snow or are natural snow slopes with an insufficient base. Our staffs are working intensively on these slopes to be able to open them.

All catering establishments in the canton of Graubünden will remain closed until midnight on 22 December 2020 due to the decision of the government council of the canton of Graubünden.

You can find an overview of the take-away offers on the mountain here.

Information on Covid-19
The safety and health of employees, guests and the public are our top priority. For this reason, the wearing of face-coverings is compulsory in all transport facilities (enclosed facilities, chairlifts, ski lifts and conveyor belts), in all enclosed areas of the mountain railways and in all indoor and outdoor queuing areas, in accordance with the BAG guidelines. An ordinary buff does not comply with the FOPH guidelines and is not permitted.