Sets pulses racing

Slope conditions: good powder. Your bank balance: healthy. Because you can head for winter sports by RhB free of charge. Your day pass for the Arosa Lenzerheide ski area is also your train or bus ticket* between Arosa, Chur, Lenzerheide and Tiefencastel.

Since January 2014, the Urden Cable Car has connected the two ski resorts of Arosa and Lenzerheide, creating the largest winter sports area in Graubünden – with 225 kilometres of slopes and 42 transport facilities on three valley sides. Snow sports enthusiasts can live life to the full here, carving wide arcs on broad slopes, stirring up some powder turns or trying out new tricks in the snow park. 

By the way: in Arosa, group ski and snowboard courses are included in the price for visitors under 18 who stay for two nights or more.

*The bus/train ticket is valid on the following routes (2nd class):

  • Chur – Arosa
  • Chur – Lenzerheide
  • Tiefencastel – Lenzerheide

Bild: Nina Mattli / Arosa Tourismus

Bild: Ferienregion Lenzerheide

Bild: Ferienregion Lenzerheide

Bild: Ferienregion Lenzerheide

Bild: Arosa Tourismus

Enjoy the heights of the Urden Cable Car from Arosa to Lenzerheide.

Urden Cable Car

The Urden Cable Car connects the two ski resorts of Arosa and Lenzerheide. The brand new cabins float on the aerial cableway across the unspoilt beauty of the Urden Valley. The cables cover a distance of 1.7 kilometres without supporting masts – making the cable car a true queen of the air.


Bild: Ferienregion Lenzerheide

To the ski lift for free by RhB

Unlimited travel with the winter sports pass: a valid ski pass for Arosa-Lenzerheide is also your ticket for travel by public transport. You get to enjoy free return 2nd class travel between Chur and Arosa and by PostBus between Chur, Lenzerheide and Tiefencastel.


Endstation im Bahnhof Arosa. Bild: Andrea Badrutt

Dates and prices 2018: forthcoming
Timetable 2018: forthcoming