Fresh air, crystal-clear lakes and pristine forests: it is these things and so much more that make an Arosa summer so special. This is why the Tschuggen Grand Hotel keeps its doors open all season long. With the Arosa All-Inclusive Card you use, among other things, all mountain railways free of charge. Find here further information about events and highlights.
For bears rescued from poor captive conditions, the Arosa Bear Sanctuary offers a second chance at life in a species-appropriate habitat. Nestled within the mountain landscape, the sanctuary offers pastures, bushes, rocks and forests where the bears can (re-)learn their natural behaviours as visitors watch on. Learn more about the fascinating stories of bears Amelia, Meimo, Jamila and Sam on the adventure trails, at bear mini-golf and in the adventure playground.
This child-friendly discovery trail features an abundance of wildlife as well as a playground with water wheel. Starting from Tomeli Street, the walk leads into the forest and ends at Maran. As its name suggests, it offers plentiful opportunities to greet the squirrel inhabitants of Arosa, who venture close to the path and are tame enough to eat out of the hands of guests of all ages. Remember to take nuts – preferably with shells – to feed your new furry friends.
Plunging into the cool water is the perfect way to cool off on a warm summer’s day. Arosa is characterised by its abundance of lakes, as many as 10 of which can be reached via hiking trails. The lido on the Untersee (‘Lower Lake’) offers stand-up paddleboarding, a trampoline and a children’s paddling pool and is among the area’s most attractive bathing spots. Enjoy a swim or hop on a pedalo to explore the connected Obersee (‘Upper Lake’). Arosa’s higher-altitude mountain lakes have a water temperature of around 10 degrees –a guaranteed adrenaline rush for daring dippers.
The Bike Kingdom Arosa Lenzerheide delivers on its name, with varied trails of all difficulties that cross-cross the Arosa landscape. All trails are created using local Grisons earth, stone and wood. In Arosa’s Bear Mountains, so named for their furry inhabitants, bikers can discover the 6-kilometre Hörnli Trail and the Skill Center at the valley station of the Hörnli Express. The latter is a particularly good option for families.
Arosa’s unique location sets it apart from other holiday resorts. When you hike from the door of the Tschuggen Grand Hotel, you’re already some 1,800 metres above sea level. Whether you’re tracing the origins of local myths, meandering through the shady forests of Arosa or tackling a high-altitude ascent to crystal-clear mountain lakes or mountain peaks, you can expect spectacular mountain views at every turn. The Arosa-Lenzerheide hiking area provides visitors with 140 well-signposted hiking trails as well as numerous mountain huts serving Grisons specialities.
We believe that people should never stop playing. To celebrate this philosophy, we've curated a special selection of activities aimed at experiencing the Arosa summer through play. Learn new skills and crafts, listen to fascinating stories and find out more about centuries-old traditions as part of our Moving Mountains holiday programme.
June 28, 2024 - September 8, 2024
A time out under the sign of the mountains! Whether it's a hunt for the summit or a pleasant walk, during the Mountain Hiking Days you will explore the Arosa mountains on foot.
How to make sunset in the Grisons mountains even more special? Add two wheels! In this Empowering Expedition, hop on your e-bike and join Hotel Director Ingo Schlösser on a tour of his favourite spots for enjoying the sunset.
Our hotel garden is home to all kinds of aromatic herbs. Under the watchful eye of our professional kitchen team, you’ll have chance to craft your very own culinary product in the form of a delicious herbal syrup.
You can’t get better than true refreshment on a warm summer’s day. Here in the mountains, this becomes an experience all of its own: dive into the crystal-clear water and savour the thrill of the coolness.
In Mrs Schlösser’s fabulous book reading, we join Schnellen-Ursli – a Swiss childhood hero – on his hero’s expedition through the mountains. Listen and dream as you soak in this piece of Grisons tradition.
Start your day with a unique glimpse into the animal kingdom of the high mountains. The mountain station of Gredigs Fürggli – on the Urdenbahn cable car route – is where we’ll set up our lookout post.
In the past, cairns served as waymarkers in pathless terrain; today, they are a transient form of art. Summon your finesse and join us for this creative activity at the Alteiner waterfalls. Afterwards, you’ll have to chance to survey the fruits of your labour and spectacular mountain views over a tasty picnic.
This Curated Adventure is all about letting our creative juices flow. After crafting our own Swedish fire logs, we’ll light them together and bake delicious twist bread on an open fire.
Kneipping and water treading can help to strengthen and stabilise the body’s functions and thus promote the healthy functioning of the immune system. At the Welschtobelbach river, we go in search of a suitable spot for kneipping or – for the brave amongst us – a session of ‘Bachsitzen’.
Salsiz, Grisons meat, cheese, Grisons barley and cranberry jam: delicious Grisons specialities combined in a traditional regional sandwich. The sandwich is prepared using a sandwich iron over an open fire.
At an altitude of 1800 metres in the midst of the mountains of Graubünden, Arosa is also known as the Home of Trails. This is an incredible environment for mountain biking.