Arosa has three toboggan runs with a total length of 4.7 km, which are also marked on the Arosa Lenzerheide piste plan. The toboggan runs are also suitable for night owls who want to sledge back to the village after a pleasurable dinner on the mountain.
Where sledging becomes an adventure
Sledding fun over the roofs of Arosa
The sledge run from the Prätschli to the Obersee lake is the perfect alternative to skiing in Arosa. Thanks to free local buses, you can travel the short distance back as often as you like. The valley is wide open at the start. Moreover, the Prätschli is situated on the edge of the forest and offers a beautiful panoramic view of the mountain scenery of Arosa, Davos and Lenzerheide. The view can be enjoyed at the beginning of the sledge run, which is relatively flat. This is where to find out how best to steer the sledge – because after that, it really gets going. In a relatively steep descent, the sledge run plunges into light forest. It negotiates a few sharp bends and crosses the ski slope in the direction of the Scheitenböden. The run then curves around to your destination at the Arosa train station. Immediately adjacent is the Obersee lake, which is open for skating and field hockey games in winter, depending on the thickness of the ice.
…because the view of the Arosa mountains is the most impressive, the sun shines longest and the children can simply be children.
- Balanced breakfast buffet
- Regional 3-course Hof Maran dinner
- Skiing lessons included for children (up to 17 y.)
- Free sledge rental
- Children’s cocktail course and fairy-tale hour
From CHF 1,495 for the whole family
*except during the high season
Playroom For the little ones
Starting this year, our new playroom has been delighting our youngest guests. Whether in the ball pool, on the climbing wall or in the children’s kitchen – there is no chance of boredom. And the older kids and teens also get their share of fun playing billiards, table football and Playstation games.
Ski school included makes children's hearts beat faster.
Whether it’s your first time on skis, jumping over the kickers in the snow park or winning a medal in a ski race – the best place to do that is the Ski and Snowboard School in Arosa – and what’s more
as a present! Because all children up to and including the age of 17 years can benefit from free group lessons here, if they enjoy winter vacations for at least two nights in one of the participating vacation apartments or hotels.