World Cup piste, summiteer tour & high-speed track
The somewhat different slopes
Skiline makes a winter sports star out of everyone. With the help of your Skidata card, Skiline shows you the vertical ridden distance, lift rides and slope distance in kilometres, and provides them in a clear altimeter diagram. Or you can film your own Skimovie, compete on the high-speed track, or create your personal daily, weekly or seasonal altitude profile.
On the Swisscom Skimovie route at Stätzertäli (Lenzerheide west side) you can try your hand at being a ski racer. Installed cameras film your performance on the permanent giant slalom from start to finish. With the «Swisscom Snow Cup» App you can view, download and share your race. Furthermore, you can participate at the Swisscom Snow Cup.
Helly Hansen high-speed
Also in winter 2018/19, we will select the fastest skier or snowboarder in the Arosa Lenzerheide winter sports area. On the cordoned-off slope in the Tschuggen area, you can reach your personal top speed and prove it thanks to a speed check photo, which includes your speed value as evidence. Join the battle and take part in the competition. The Helly Hansen high-speed track is located in the Tschuggen area in Arosa.
Photopoint Starting House
Do you want to feel like a World Cup driver? At the world cup track «Silvano Beltrametti», you will not only catapult yourself out of the starting building like Wendy Holdener or Beat Feuz, but you will also be photographed like the big World Cup stars. The starting house for the World Cup course is located below the mountain station of the chairlift Motta.
The photopoint at the start-up venue of the world cup track «Silvano Beltrametti» is part of the Arosa Lenzerheide Challenge.
Three peak moments with magnificient views and culinary highlights await you. Start your skiing day on Piz Scalottas with a warming coffee and dreamlike views over the Albula valley. On the later forenoon, you'll be floating in the Urdenbahn aerial tramway over the Urden valley to Arosas side of the valley. Enjoy your lunch at the 360° panoramic restaurant Weisshorngipfel. To enjoy the last hours of sunshine including coffee and cake you'll find your way to the king of the snow-sport region Arosa Lenzerheide: the peak of Mount Rothorn on more than 2865 m asl and with a view on 1001 mountain peaks. The long slope down leads you after an unforgettable day with numerous lasting impressions back to the Rothorn valley station in Lenzerheide.
The longest run
Rothorn peak to Parpan
Conquer 1372 metres in altitude when descending from the Parpan Rothorn with 2865 metres above sea level through the gallery to the valley station Heimberg in Parpan with 1493 metres above sea level. The amazing view won't be the only pleasure on the longest run in the Arosa Lenzerheide winter sports area.
The hardest run
World Cup slope & practice hill «Silvano Beltrametti»
With an average slope gradient of 31 percent and a maximum incline of 66 percent, the World Cup slope and practice hill «Silvano Beltrametti» belongs to one of the most difficult pistes in the world. When usually the worlds best skiers fight for the last world cup points, it will for once be you who speeds over the «Heimbergkante» and the «Älpli-S» before reaching the finish area next to the world-famous coffee «Wanner».
The enjoyable run
Weisshorn peak to Prätschli
Enjoy the amazing 360° panoramic view on the Weisshorn peak (2653 metres above sea level). After taking the slope in the direction of the Sattel hut, a Sattel coffee on the sun terrace is almost compulsory before taking the slope no. 11 towards Maran.
Other long runs in Arosa Lenzerheide
From Stätzerhorn (2575 m asl) to the Proschieri valley station (1493 m asl) along the piste no. 70, an altitude of 1082 m and a wonderful view of Chur and into the Grison valley «Rheintal» is waiting for your.
The distance between Weisshorngipfel (2653 m asl) on piste no. 10 to the middle station, and then to Obersse (1739 m asl) is 914 vertical metres. The view to the surrounding mountains is incredible.
There are 691 metres in altitude to discover from the Hörnli (2511m asl) on piste number 5, passing by the Hörnli Traverse and going on to Innerarosa (1820m asl). While doing so, you'll never lose sight of the village of Arosa the snow-sport region.