Various high mountain tours, former mountain crossings, the old Averserstrasse and Graubünden’s Walserweg are very popular with hikers. And on the marmot trail, you not only view the little creatures live but gather plenty of interesting background information on these mountain dwellers through various information boards. In addition, by the Valle di Lei reservoir you find Inforama – a facility of the Hinterrhein power plant, where you can learn much about electricity production and the impressive hydropower system.
Starting from Avers Juf, winter sports fans discover numerous possible ski tours - and in Avers-Juppa find two drag lifts and a pony lift for ski and snowboarders. A particularly special experience is night skiing, on a run lined with torches that lead the way, nicely rounded up with delicious and warming Raclette. Winter hikers also enjoy the bliss of peaceful hikes over the Avers winter landscape, where a total 10 kilometers of well-prepared paths await being trodden.
In addition, every winter in Avers-Cröt Europe’s fastest horn-sled riders compete for record times. In years gone by the sled was an indispensible means of transport for mountain farmers. Meanwhile, however, horn sledding has turned into a sportive hobby by which both national and international titles can be won!