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Access is by cable car from the centre or by by shuttle bus to the foot of the slopes at Inner Arosa. the upper area of the resort. The free, very efficient shuttle service links all parts of Arosa and Inner Arosa an there's also parking at Inner Arosa, if you have a car and want to park by the slopes.

Hörnli and Weisshorn are the two linked ski, with a top altitude of 2650 metres, and their wide slopes are a paradise for beginners, intermediates and improvers seeking a confidence boost.

There are few black runs, so Arosa is not an obvious choice for experts, but, with a guide, there are some excellent off-piste runs to Lenzerheide to be explored and there are 40km of ungroomed freeride runs on the slopes of Arosa.

For boarders there's a Fun Park with half-pipes and jumps - and Arosa is a very god good choice for learning to board.  

The 25km of cross-country trails, laid out in the woods and over the open slops are some of the most scenic in the Alps - and there's an extensive network of marked footpaths for beutiful winter walks.

Restaurants on the slopes are good and there are some fun ice bars with music.

Arosa has many winter activities in addition to skiing & boarding - and when the lifts close, it has a lively nightlife.

The Seehof Lounge and Eden Bar are two very stylish bars, with DJ's or live music.
Bar Los Arosa is a lively cafe-bar, which is more pub style and often has a DJ The Casino, in addition gaming, has a night club and a good dance bar with DJ.
The Carmenna Piano bar is relaxing and Old India is a smart cafe-bar with music and a good range of cocktails and wines.

The Carmenna Disco & Nuts are informal and fun late night clubs for partying until the early hours. The Kitchen Clubs is atracts the more fashion-conscious.

Ballooning, paragliding, sledging, indoor and outdoor skating and curling, sleigh rides and snowshoe tours are some of the other activities on offer - and many hotels have excellent spas to relax in after skiing.

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AIRPORTS Zurich 100 miles
Friedrichshafen 94 miles

Swissrail transfers available

resort 1800-2650metres
43 lifts & 225km of marked runs
blue 27% | red 60% | black 13% | + 60km of freeride slopes |
cross country 56km | winter footpaths 60km | toboggan runs 4,5km - some torchlit at night | 4 snow parks and half-pipe

extras  indoor ice rink for skating  curling & ice-hockey |outdoor skating & curling on the lake | paragliding |  snowshoeing | hotel spas & indoor pools open to public |sleigh rides | snowshoeing | kindergarten from 3 years


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At 1800 metres, Arosa has snow-sure slopes in a beautiful setting - ideal for beginners and intermediates - and linked to Lenzeheide, it's part of one of the largest ski areas in Swirzerland, with plenty more choice for advanced and expert skiers & boarders. A wealth of winter sports activities make Arosa a great choice to enjoy the unique charm and beauty of a holiday in the snow.

The resort has a panoramic setting around a sparkling, frozen lake encircled by snow-laden forests, with winter foot paths, cross country and snow shoe trails laid out in the woods and across the slopes, giving access to some beautiful scenery by alternatives to to skiing or boarding.
Arosa ia a classic winter sports resort in the Swiss tradition and although modest in size it has a surprisingly good choice of après-ski bars, clubs and other entertainment for all ages.
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