Day and multi-day tickets for winter 2021/22 now available online
Switzerland is currently enjoying the summer fully. Scenic hiking trails, spectacular bike trails, emotional Mountain experiences or culinary highlights await guests in Arosa Lenzerheide. Despite summer feelings, it is worth looking towards the winter season 2021/22. As of today, Wednesday 28 July 2021, day and multi-day tickets for the coming winter season can be purchased online. Early purchase is doubly worthwhile.
The last winter was marked by restrictions and protective measures. Recreation and exercise in nature and in the fresh air was always allowed and accordingly balm for the soul. Those responsible at the Arosa Lenzerheide mountain railways are still grateful and happy that the protective concepts worked and that the facilities did not have to close for a single day last winter as a result of Covid-19.
Already today, planning for the upcoming winter season is in full swing. Since last Wednesday, 28 July 2021, day and multi-day tickets for the 2021/22 winter season can be booked in the online ticket shop at ticket.arosalenzerheide.swiss.
The purchase of ski and snowboard tickets in the online ticket shop will also be doubly worthwhile for guests in the coming winter:
- Direct loading of the desired tickets onto a keycard or the SwissPass: this way guests do not lose time queuing at the points of sale and can therefore spend more time on the slopes.
- Guests benefit from lower ticket rates: For the Arosa Lenzerheide day and multi-day tickets, the earlier the tickets are booked, the lower the rate.
As last winter, all tickets purchased online come with pandemic cover. If snow-sport days cannot be used because the entire snow-sport region has to be closed due to official orders, the days affected will be refunded.
Stay flexible and still save
Those responsible at the Arosa Lenzerheide mountain railways recommend that guests who spontaneously decide to spend a winter sports day in Arosa Lenzerheide also buy their ticket online. In the online ticket shop, the rates are always at least 6% lower than at the mountain railways' points of sale.