Squirrel Trail Arosa
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Eichhörnliweg ArosaPhoto: Arosa Tourismus, Arosa Lenzerheide
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Arosa strives to provide hikers with a well-developed and marked network of hiking trails. Please follow the rules and signposting. You will find further helpful tips under the hiking information.
Tips and hints
Arosa strives to provide hikers with a well-developed and marked network of hiking trails. Please heed the rules and signposting.
- Please keep your dogs on a leash
- Please take litter and leftovers from picnics home again
- You will often see game on your walks. Enjoy the sight of these animals and respect their familiar surroundings.
- Leave trail markings where they are
- Do not use closed paths (winter sports report)
- Do not leave the officially marked winter hiking trails
The Rhaetian Railway leaves Chur to Arosa and back at hourly intervals. The squirrel trail starts only a few hundred metres above the train station Arosa.
On the way back it is possible to walk along the main street all the way back down to the train station, or to take the local bus (bus stop Maran) that brings you comfortably back to the train station.
Getting thereOnce you arrive in Chur, follow the sign posts Arosa. There is no parking at the start of the Squirrel Trail. It is recommended to park at the car park Ochsenbühl.
It is recommended to park at the car park Ochsenbühl. It is located 200m from the train station Arosa. A bus stop is just outisde the car park. Further information can be found here.
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The path leads almost exclusively through the forest. Even though the sun's rays occasionally break through gaps between the fir branches, it is still a bit cooler there than in the blazing sun. Of course, the hike is also a good bad-weather option.
Clothing suitable for the weather is recommended.
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