Bear Bike Treasure Hunt BLACK
Arosa Lenzerheide Verified partner Explorers Choice
Family BikePhoto: Nina Hardegger-Mattli, Arosa Tourismus
The Bear Bike Treasure Hunt offers all age groups an exciting biking experience in Arosa. The three different routes with varying levels of difficulty each start and end at the Skill Center at the Hörnli valley station. The aim of the Bear Bike Treasure Hunt is to find the thalers on the boards placed along the route. Whoever has found all the thalers will receive the solution word and may pick up a goodie at the Bike School in the Skill Center Arosa.
After the start at the Skill Center, the route leads directly to the Hörnli, where you can bike down the Hörnli Trail. After that, the route continues to the Pumptrack behind the Sports and Congress Center Arosa. After that you take the cable car Arosa-Weisshorn to the Arosa Bear Sanctuary and further up to the Weisshorn. Then you bike back down via Scheidegg and return to the finish at the Skill Center at the valley station of the Hörnli-Express via the toboggan run and the Alte Kirchliweg.
A visit to Arosa Bear Sanctuary is worthwhile for the whole family!
Tips and hints
The Bear Bike Treasure Hunt is free of charge, but a valid mountain railway ticket and a ticket for bike transport must be purchased. More info here.
More info about the route: www.arosalenzerheide.swiss/Baerenbike-Schatzsuche
Information also at the Arosa Bikeschool: www.arosa-bikeschool.ch
Public-transport-friendlyFrom the Arosa train station, you can either ride your bike to the Hörnli-Express valley station or take the public and free bus to the Hörnli.
By roadFrom Chur you take the Schanfiggerstrasse to Arosa. Once in Arosa, drive all the way through the village until you arrive at the Hörnli-Express valley station. There you will find parking spaces for which a fee is charged.
ParkingAt the Hörnli-Express valley station.
For the route:Helmet, bike (unsuspended bikes also possible), food if needed.
For the treasure hunt:Pen, themed trail booklet (Can be picked up at the Arosa Bikeschool kiosk at the Skill Center or at Arosa Tourism).
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