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Lenzerheide: 7 fun facts you didn’t know yet!

You only know Lenzerheide as a winter sports paradise? Then let yourself be surprised! There are plenty of fun facts waiting to be discovered in this beautiful region in the canton of Graubünden.

Immerse yourself in theworld of fun facts and discover a whole new side to Lenzerheide!

Read on and find out more about the secret corners and hidden treasures of this unique region.

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Fun facts about Lenzerheide that you didn’t know yet!

1st Bike Kingdom

The three regions of Arosa, Lenzerheide and Chur together form the Bike Kingdom. Two bike parks, over 900 kilometres of trails and a dedicated app.

2. planoiras cross-country skiing

Every year, over 400 participants from all over Europe take part in the traditional fun run over a distance of 25 kilometres.

3. first ski course in Switzerland

The first regular ski course in Switzerland is held in Lenzerheide in 1902. Wooden skis, leather bindings and a single pole are used.

4th Arosa Lenzerheide

The connection between Arosa and Lenzerheide is opened on 17 January 2014. Since then, Arosa Lenzerheide has been one of the largest ski resorts in Switzerland and the largest ski resort in Graubünden.

5th Senda Cultura

On the “SendaCultura” cultural trail in Lenzerheide and Valbella, 21 panels tell the story of Lenzerheide and its development from a mountain pasture to the holiday region it is today. The boards are distributed throughout the region and explain the stories behind the buildings and places. To immerse yourself in the past, all you have to do is scan a QR code on the boards.

6. three political municipalities

The Lenzerheide holiday region consists of the three political municipalities of Churwalden with Malix and Parpan, Vaz/Obervaz and Lantsch/Lenz.

7. the Parpaner Rothorn

1,000 peaks can be seen from the summit of the Parpaner Rothorn. This super view is available without much effort. The cable car takes you comfortably from the holiday resort of Lenzerheide up to the Parpaner Rothorn at 2865 metres above sea level.

About the Lenzerheide holiday region

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The Lenzerheide holiday region is located in the canton of Graubünden in Switzerland and stretches from Malix in the north to Brienz/Brinzauls in the south. It unites the political municipalities of Churwalden, Vaz/Obervaz and Lantsch/Lenz into one tourist destination. At 2906 metres above sea level, the Lenzerhorn is the highest point in the region.

At 1500 metres above sea level, Lenzerheide and Valbella form the heart of the holiday region. Here you will find everything you need for your perfect holiday in the mountains – sports shops in the village and local products in the Puracenter.

Lenzerheide is a paradise for active holidaymakers. In winter, the snow-sure ski area with 225 kilometres of pistes and 32 lifts (together with Arosa) attracts visitors. Snowboarders and freeriders will also find a varied programme here. Cross-country ski trails, winter hiking trails and toboggan runs round off the winter sports programme.

In summer, Lenzerheide invites you to enjoy a variety of outdoor activities. Hikers and bikers will find a network of hiking and biking trails here. The Heidsee lake is ideal for swimming, boating and stand-up paddling. A golf course and various leisure activities for families round off the summer programme.

Lenzerheide is also a place to relax and enjoy yourself. You can savour the local cuisine in the numerous restaurants and cafés. A variety of wellness programmes ensure relaxation and recuperation.

Lenzerheide is a holiday region for every taste. Whether active holidaymakers, families or those seeking relaxation – everyone will find the right thing for their perfect holiday here.

Bonus tip: Discover Lenzerheide with Foxtrail

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Foxtrail is a unique and interactive scavenger hunt that offers visitors an innovative way to discover Lenzerheide and its sights. In this adventure, participants are guided through the resort in teams, solving puzzles and deciphering clues to find the next location on their way. This experience is designed to not only encourage physical movement through nature, but also to challenge teamwork and logical thinking.

How does the Foxtrail in Lenzerheide work?

Starting point: Every Foxtrail begins at a fixed starting point, where teams receive their documents and initial instructions. This marks the start of their adventure through Lenzerheide.

Solve puzzles: Participants have to solve various puzzles that lead them to hidden messages, unusual places and impressive sights in the Lenzerheide area. The puzzles are designed to encourage participants to take a closer look at the surroundings and engage with the history and culture of the region.

Team experience: Although Foxtrail can be experienced with family, friends or as a team-building activity with colleagues, the focus is on the shared experience. The tasks require communication and co-operation, which makes the whole thing a social experience.

By taking part in a Foxtrail in Lenzerheide, visitors have the opportunity to explore the region in a fun way. They not only discover the well-known sights, but also hidden corners and special places that are off the beaten track. At the same time, they learn interesting facts about Lenzerheide and its history, making the experience both educational and entertaining. Foxtrail thus offers a perfect combination of adventure, culture and fun, ideal for anyone who wants to discover Lenzerheide in a unique and interactive way.

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