Long Rothorn Route


Tgantieni: Lenzerheide, Acla Grischuna

Tgantieni: Lenzerheide, Acla Grischuna

Valbella: Lenzerheide Alp Stätz

Valbella: Lenzerheide Alp Stätz

Valbella: Heidsee - Bargias

Valbella: Heidsee - Bargias

This delightfully long descent from the Rothorn summit to the village centre of Lenzerheide affords stunning views and a very varied route. Along the way enjoy steep sections, beautiful carving slopes and convenient connecting passages.

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This longest run in the Lenzerheide high valley starts at the highest point in the ski area. There is a stunning panoramic view from the Rothorn at 2,861 m.a.s.l, and its 360 degree range takes in an almost unbroken chain of peaks. After a short steep slope, this intermediate downhill run takes you to Totälpli and then through a gallery to the Gredigs Fürggli . There is plenty of room for carving on the wide piste to Scharmoin, after which it is a leisurely cruise via Dieschen to the valley floor.


Starting point: Rothorn (2865 m a.s.l.)

Accessibility of starting point: mountain train

Destination: Lenzerheide Dorf (1475 m a.s.l.)

Length: 9 km

Altitude difference: 1390 Meter

Level of difficulty: medium (normal slope)

Food and beverages: at the start, on the way and at the end

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