Snowpark Arosa Lenzerheide
The snowpark Arosa Lenzerheide offers in 4 different areas for every level a large freestyle offer with the appropriate setup. The flowline on the valley side of Heidbüel/Scalottas in Lenzerheide takes you over cool jumps, wave hollows, fast turns up to the section with boxes and rails. Choose your line and enjoy the flow.
This winter the park at Tschuggen presents itself in a new park set-up. The park is now located on the right side of runway 15 and is divided into two different lines. From waves, hollows, cool obstacles to small and big kickers, the park offers a varied and playful set-up.
On the descent to the Weisshornbahn valley station, at piste no. 15 Arosa, the coolest CO2 neutral nature park made of pure Arosa fir wood was created.
In the Bärensnowpark near the Ried ski lift there are four adventure pistes for kids between 6 and 12 years of age.
More information about the snow park at www.arosalenzerheide.swiss/snowpark
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- 2050 m
Freestylers really get their money’s worth at the Tschuggen Park’n’Pipe. There are no limits to the creativity of the shaper on the varied terrain. The area is divided into 3 lines, with different levels of difficulty, and is a gem in the Swiss Freestyle landscape. The mini pipe perfectly completes the offer.
- 1850 m
Last year, the coolest CO2 neutral conservation area was built from pure Arosa fir wood, on the descent to the Weisshornbahn valley station. The creative line was funded by online crowd-funding. We salute this great initiative of the Park Community.
- 2050 m
The JibArea Stätz on the west side in Lenzerheide is suitable for those who want to try out jumps and fun elements in perfect conditions. Tight Pants and cool jibs will continue to be represented on the extended rail line - we would like to thank QParks for the elaborate design.
In the Bärensnowpark near the Ried ski lift there are four adventure slopes for kids between 6 and 12 years of age. On the creek, forest path, rocky slope and wind river, children with simple obstacles explore different routes from the perspective of a bear. The Bearsnowpark is free of charge and open to the public.
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