Arosa All-Inclusive Card
Every overnight guest receives the free guest card (“Arosa Card”), which gives you unlimited free access to many fun activities and means of transportation.
Riding the Rhaetian train from Chur – many spectacular vistas along the way
For short & romantic or long & challenging hikes – Arosa, an insider's tip for hiking enthusiasts
Enduro, Touring, Downhill - Arosa offers the cream of the crop of “Trail-Riding”
Skiing & winter sport in the largest ski area in the Swiss canton Grisons
An ice skater's paradise – Arosa has artificial and natural ice rinks for many delightful winter hours
Special softly mobile services in the Pearl
The train station is located in Arosa centre. The free local bus takes you from there to your lodging. Most hotels offer free pickup services.
Runs every 10 minutes in winter and every 30 minutes in summer. Free all year long.
Winter schedule only: Runs along the Prätschli–Train station–Kulm bus route between 8 o’clock in the evening and 3 o’clock in the morning.
In the summer, you can rent boats, paddle boats and stand-up paddles at the lake. Free for Arosa Card holders.
Charging stations for e-cars are available at the parking garage Brüggli, Hotel Arlenwald, Blatter's Bellavista Hotel, Sunstar Alpine Hotel Arosa and at Tschuggen Grand Hotel
Free guest card – gives free access to a variety of means of transportation.
In winter the train and car route between Arosa and Lenzerheide is included in the ski & hiking pass. In summer free transportation with the Raethian Railway between Arosa and Lüen-Castiel is included in the Arosa Card.
Let the horses do the work! Leisurely sleigh rides in the winter and carriage rides in the summer.
Free use of 43 cable cars and all public transportation between Arosa and Lenzerheide for holders of the ski or hiking pass.
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