The pump track was inaugurated in summer 2016. It is located right next to the playground Ochsenbühl. All kinds of rolling sports devices are able to ride on the track full of bumps and steep bends.
The pump track next to the playground Ochsenbühl was built in 2016. The up to 2m wide track is ideal for mountain bikers and BMX riders. They may even complete a full round without pedalling by generating enough speed when taking the turns in full motion. Nevertheless, all sorts of rolling sports devices may make use of the pump track. This makes the park attractive for every age.
The pump track is not accessible over the winter.
Updated: April 15, 2021
The Rhaetian Railway runs every hour from Chur to Arosa (also in the opposite direction). The playground is only a few hundred metres from the station. There is also a local bus that gets off at the Ochsenbühl stop.
From Chur, take the winding Arosa road to the end of the valley in Arosa. At the entrance to the village, turn left after the sports and congress centre.
At the entrance to the village there are large signs indicating the various parking options. We recommend the Ochsenbühl car park (the Ochsenbühl sports field is right on top of the Ochsenbühl car park). You can find more information under Arosa Parking.