Take the Hörnli Express up to the Hörnli, where the hike starts in the middle of the Arosa Lenzerheide snow sports area, right by the Urden cable car. Enjoy the sun and the hustle and bustle of the skiers on the summit before you start the hike. The path leads leisurely down through the beautifully snow-covered landscape into the valley, to the right always the imposing rocks, to the front a magnificent view of the opposite peaks, the ski area and Innerarosa. When you arrive at restaurant Alpenblick, delicious food, sweet cakes and a warm coffee await the hungry hikers. Freshly fortified, you can then tackle the last stretch towards Innerarosa. In Innerarosa you can take the bus to the railway station if you wish.
Safety informationThe path is steep in parts, hiking poles can be helpful.
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
There is a charge for the use of the Hörnli Express. Information on operating times and tickets can be found at www.arosalenzerheide.swiss.
Getting thereFollow from Chur the signalisation to Arosa and along the Poststrasse all the way through the village. Turn left when you reach the busstop Gada. There is limited parking space at the valley station of the Hörnli-Express.
There are parking spaces available right next to the valley station of the Hörnli-Express.
More information about parking in Arosa can be found here: www.parking-arosa.ch
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EquipmentSturdy shoes, clothing suitable for the weather and something to drink are recommended.
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