Place Arosa Lenzerheide

Parpaner Rothorn

Parpaner Rothorn
Parpaner Rothorn

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Parpaner Rothorn
Piz Kesch, Piz Languard, Piz Palü, Piz Mitgel, Tödi, Crap Sogn Gion ... the list could seem like it could go on and on. From the Parpaner Rothorn in the Arosa Lenzerheide holiday region, the Grisons mountains present themselves in a breathtaking 360-degree view.


The Parpaner Rothorn belongs to the Plessur Alps, named after the river of the same name, the Plessur. You can walk through this part of the Alps on the Mittelbündner Panoramaweg from Lenzerheide to Davos. At the beginning, the neighbouring peaks, the Arosa Rothorn, Erzhorn and Lenzerhorn, are dominant; also nice is the view down to the Heidsee and the thought that you can ski through this panorama in winter. Something between your teeth and a refreshing or warming drink is available in the panorama restaurant of the Rothorn summit at 2865 m above sea level.


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