Weisshorn – mountain and valley views

Weisshorn – mountain and valley views

The Weisshorn is at 2,653 meters Arosa’s tallest mountain. A cable car takes you from the village via the 2,013-meter mid-station to the attractive viewing point on the summit.more

Madrisa – adventure for children

Madrisa – adventure for children

The Madrisa Train operators call the mountain station “Entrance to the Alpine Park Landscape”. And they are quite justified in doing so, for there are innumerable natural and cultural phenomena in a tiny space at the border between Graubünden and...more

Parpan Rothorn – summit views

Parpan Rothorn –...

Without exagerating one can say that 1000 peaks are visible from the...more

Pizol – single summit and five lakes

Pizol – single...

From mountain train to mountain train, from lake to lake - the...more

Weisshorn – mountain and valley views

The Weisshorn is at 2,653 meters Arosa’s tallest mountain. A cable car takes you from the village via the 2,013-meter mid-station to the attractive viewing point on the summit.

The highest mountain in the Arosa region, accessible by cable car, offers impressive views over Chur as well as the Alps of Graubünden as far as Piz Bernina looking south.

Madrisa – adventure for children

The Madrisa Train operators call the mountain station “Entrance to the Alpine Park Landscape”. And they are quite justified in doing so, for there are innumerable natural and cultural phenomena in a tiny space at the border between Graubünden and Vorarlberg.

Dwarfs, alpine ghosts and root characters are key figures on the Klosters family mountain. Gondola-style rail runs from the village to the forest border of the Saas Alp.

Parpan Rothorn – summit views

Without exagerating one can say that 1000 peaks are visible from the Parpan Rothorn. Mountain peaks jut out everywhere.

A viewpoint known long ago for ore mining –whereas today for far-reaching views. It could be as many as 1000 summits you get a glimpse of from here.

Pizol – single summit and five lakes

From mountain train to mountain train, from lake to lake - the Five-Lakes-Hike on Mt Pizol is a classic and is considered one of Switzerland's most beautiful high Alpine tours. Pizol means high peak in Romansh but these days there is luckily a modern aerial cable car that brings one up to the 2227-meter-high summit.

Two gondola railways make their way up from Bad Ragaz or Wangs to the edge of the forest, from where you enjoy far-reaching views over the Rhine Valley to Lake Constance – and chairlifts carrying you to the Pizol ridge if you wish to venture further afield.