Our Terrain Ratings

Powderhound rating = advanced/expert terrain + powder + freshies + uncrowded

Our Terrain Ratings

Powderhound rating = advanced/expert terrain + powder + freshies + uncrowded

Interlinked Ski Resort

Arosa

    Lenzerheide Ski Trail Map
  • Lenzerheide Ski Trail Map
  • Vertical (m)
    1229m – 2865m (1636m)
  • Average Snow Fall
    8m+
  • Lifts (52)
    Lenzerheide only - 35 lifts
    3 Gondolas / cable cars
    13 Chairs

    Arosa Lenzerheide total
    8 Gondolas / cable cars
    18 Chairs
  • Opening Dates & Times
    December to late April
    8:20am to 4:20pm
  • Terrain Summary
    Runs - 225km*
    Longest run – 5km
    Advanced - 12%
    Intermediate - 40%
    Beginner - 48%
    * Total for Arosa Lenzerheide combined
  • Lift Pass Price
    Day Ticket 19/20
    Valid at Arosa & Lenzerheide
    Dynamic Online Lift Pass Price
    Adult - CHF49 to 84
    Child - CHF23 to 27
    Child u/6yr - Free
     Arosa Lenzerheide Ski Trail Map
  • Arosa Lenzerheide Trail Map

Lenzerheide Skiing & Snowboarding

One of the prime reasons we think Lenzerheide is one of the best ski resorts in Switzerland (maybe Europe) is the combination of snow, lifts & varied terrain. But most of all it is the terrain at Lenzerheide which sets it apart, as it allows for all abilities to be catered for, in all weather & conditions.

For beginners, at least 5 sheltered learn to ski areas provide the start one needs to then graduate to the multitude of blue pistes weaving from the alpine into the trees on the sunny east facing slopes below Lavoz & Piz Danis.

Intermediate skiers & snowboarders can have some adventure through the galleries from the Rothorn & then a full vertical down, or enjoy the numerous, fun rolling alpine & tree lined piste runs on the opposite side. Alternatively, the Urdenbahn link to Arosa provides the gateway to true intermediate skier heaven.

Advanced & experts can sup on super-fast piste trails and an off piste that includes high alpine bowls, light alpine trees, heavy lower trees, chutes & steeps (particularly on Rothorn).

Lenzerheide's biggest limitation is the solo ski trail & lift connection between the two sides of the valley - but that's just us being picky. It is not that much of a limitation, just annoying for the lazy or impatient. Buses connect it all anyway & a bit of a walk never hurt anyone (much!).

The ski resort is commonly referred to as 'Arosa Lenzerheide' since the two were formally lift linked in 2014 via the spectacular Urdenbahn cable cars. Lenzerheide & Arosa share a single lift pass valid in both resorts & public transport to either from Chur. Access to Arosa gives Lenzerheide skiers a taste of the sun-soaked good life over the ridge!

More information on Skiing & Snowboarding Lenzerheide Ski Resort is coming soon