Arosa is a town and a municipality in the district of Plessur in the canton of Graubünden in Switzerland. It is both a summer and a winter tourist resort. The two lakes in the centre of Arosa are the Obersee (upper lake) and Untersee. The town’s railway station is at the end of a branch line from Chur. The archeological site of Carschlingg near Castiel, a prehistoric, late-Roman and Early Middle Ages settlement, and the Langwieser Viaduct for the Rhätischen Bahn are listed as Swiss heritage site of national significance. The hamlets of Medergen, Sapün and Strassberg are all part of the Inventory of Swiss Heritage Sites.
The scenery includes the Weisshorn at 2653 metres above sea level. 400 mountain peaks lie at your feet, and far below you may even catch a glimpse of the thick fog that normally hangs over your head when you are down there. Fantastic snow conditions on the 70 kilometres of pistes, and around 40 kilometres of freeride slopes await you in our winter sports area. Thirteen modern ski lifts bring you comfortably up the mountains and to your favourite pistes. In the evening you can ski back down to the village. All the huts in the area are serviced. Stress is a foreign concept to us! You can of course hire or buy the latest equipment in a number of local shops. And everywhere you look, there’s an expert ready to service your skis or snowboard. We built a fun park on the Tschuggen just for freestylers, and our newly constructed world cup standard half pipe is not far away.
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