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Skiing in Arosa

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With skiing in Arosa, you are assured of snow

Arosa is a cosy village in one of the largest ski areas in Switzerland: Arosa Lenzerheide. You will be assured of snow there from mid-December to mid-March, which makes this ski area a popular choice. With around 225 kilometres of slopes, 50 ski lifts, and 60 kilometres of hiking trails, there is plenty to discover! It’s also great for children, since Arosa Lenzerheide is perhaps the most child-friendly ski area in Switzerland. For example, children up to the age of 17 can participate in group lessons for free, there is a specific children's area, and there are several practice slopes available. Young or old, beginner or advanced: Arosa is for everyone.

Ski in Arosa with the whole family

Its luxurious style, its child-friendly facilities, and its snow-surety make Arosa the ultimate skiing destination for the whole family. It also happens to be stunningly beautiful. Especially when the traditional hotels and beautiful chalets are covered with a good layer of powder. That will make for some amazing holiday snaps! Thanks to the cosy character of this Swiss village, you will have everything you need within reach. There are several accommodations available close to the ski lifts and atmospheric restaurants. How about a modern hotel with an à la carte restaurant and wellness facilities? That way, you can relax after an adventurous day on the slopes. One thing is certain: in Arosa you will have an unforgettable skiing holiday.

The weather and activities in Arosa

The weather in Arosa and Arosa Lenzerheide is perfect for skiing. As the village is located at an altitude of approximately 1775 metres, you will be assured of snow during the winter months. The temperature fluctuates around freezing during this period, but as soon as the sun comes out it can feel a lot warmer, and sunscreen is a must. Besides skiing and snowboarding, there is plenty more to experience there. How about a horse-drawn carriage ride? Or some paragliding? The skating rink is also popular in Arosa, particularly because of its fun music and tasty snacks. Don't expect a wild après-ski scene there, but be sure to enjoy a drink at one of the cosy bars in the village. Cheers!