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Winter hiking

Arosa - Litzirüti - Langwies

Winter hiking • Graubuenden
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  • Arosa-Litzirüti-Langwies
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    Photo: Arosa Tourismus
  • Arosa-Litzirüti-Langwies
    / Arosa-Litzirüti-Langwies
    Photo: Arosa Tourismus
  • Arosa-Litzirüti-Langwies
    / Arosa-Litzirüti-Langwies
    Photo: Arosa Tourismus
Map / Arosa - Litzirüti - Langwies
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Relaxed hike through the wintery forest to the viaduct

closed
7.6 km
2:06 h
55 m
477 m

The trail passes along the tracks through the forest from Arosa down the Schanfigg valley towards Litzirüti. Shortly after Litzirüti the path descents to the shore of the Plessur river from where you have an incredible view on the viaduct.

Altitude
1738 m
1261 m

Equipment

Sturdy shoes

Tips, hints and links

The return journey by the Rhaetian Railway is not free of charge.

Start

Arosa (1738 m)
Coordinates:
Geographic
46.783138 N 9.679509 E
UTM
32T 551868 5181289

Destination

Langwies

Turn-by-turn directions

Arosa - Litzirüti - Langwies

Public transport

Public transport friendly

ride with the Rhaetian Railway from Chur to Arosa and get back from Langwies with the same one.

Getting there

Follow the signalisation from Chur direction Arosa.

Parking

Park your car in the parking lot Ochsenbühl, which is situated right next to the sports- and conference centre Arosa.

Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

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Status
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Distance
7.6 km
Duration
2:06 h
Ascent
55 m
Descent
477 m

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