There are gorgeous, long slopes of all difficulty levels as well as plenty of freeriding space for advanced skiers and freeriders. The Arosa and Lenzerheide areas are connected by an aerial tramway providing access to an excellent offering of slopes.
Total: 225 km
Artificial snow-making 60 % of the slopes have snow-making capabilities
Valley run available Valley runs lead to Arosa, Innerarosa, Lenzerheide, Valbella, Parpan and Churwalden.
above tree line
under tree line
Weisshorn - Arosa · Length 4.5 km · Elevation difference 914 m The longest slope in Arosa leads via slope No. 10 to the Obersee. A gorgeous view of the surrounding mountains is included.
Rothorn Peak -Parpan · Length 4.5 km · Elevation difference 1335 m From the peak of the Rothorn through the gallery and then to the Silvano Beltrametti World Cup slope and further on to the finish in Parpan.
Hörnli - Inner-Arosa · Length 4 km · Elevation difference 691 m Slope No. 5 leads from Hörnli to Inner-Arosa and offers a gorgeous panorama.
Stätzerhorn - Parpan · Length 3.9 km · Elevation difference 1082 m From slope No. 70, a challenging run leads from the Stätzerhorn to Parpan. You can also extend the slope with the ski path to Churwalden.
Most difficult run
Silvano Beltrametti World Cup course · Length 2.2 km A maximum incline of 66% awaits skiers in Lenzerheide East. On the Heimbergkante, in the Älpli-S and in the Wannerkafi, the world's best skiers fight for World Cup points.
Weisshorn Peak -Carmennahütte · Length 2 km · Elevation difference 400 m
Slope No. 8 from the Weisshorn Peak
Snow park/Fun park
Speed measurement course offered - free of charge In Lenzerheide West on slope 68a and in Arosa at the Tomeli lift at slope 15.
Public race course - In the Lenzerheide West section on slope 42b at the Pedra Grossa chairlift and in Arosa at the Carmenna lift.
Skiline Ski day reproduced in internet (Lifts used, elevation meters and slope kilometers skied) - free of charge
SkiMovie create and download your own ski video - free of charge At the Staetzertaeli quad chairlift on slope 70a and in Arosa on slope 15.
Moonlight skiing Once a month (depending on weather), the Weisshorn lift in Arosa offers skiing and snowboarding on a moonlit slope.