Arosa - Arosa via Lenzerheide

Difficult
31.7 km
7:40 h
2646 mhd
2625 mhd
Welschtobel
Übergang Furcletta

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Abstieg Culmet Richtung Alp Sanaspans
Trail running "next level". This is the short version of this very demanding and varied tour.
Technique 5/6
Fitness 6/6
Highest Point  2979 m
Lowest Point  1617 m
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Start
Hörnli Express valley station
Destination
Hörnli Express valley station
Coordinates
46.773084, 9.658151

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Description

This trail is 100% on nature trails. In the Welschtobel you have the feeling of walking in Alaska or in Canada. The Furcletta and Culmet crossings are steep and challenging. At the Alp Sanaspans it is worth taking a break before it goes via Scharmoin up to the Urdenfürgli. This is followed by a short descent to the legendary Urdensee. One last ascent to the Hörnlihütte before the final descent back to the Hörnliexpress valley station.

Geheimtipp

The Alp Sanaspans and the Hörnlihütte are ideal places for a refreshment. Both are public restaurants.

Sicherheitshinweis

Good sure-footedness and running experience in alpine terrain are absolutely necessary for this tour. Especially in their transitions Furcletta and Culmet.

Ausrüstung

Trail running shoes, running clothing, trail running vest and windscreen are recommended.

Directions

Hörnli Express valley station -Isel - Welschtobel - Furcletta - Culmet - Alp Sanaspans - Scharmoin - Urdenfürgli - Hörnlihü - Hörnliexpress valley station

Directions

Public Transport

From Arosa train station, take the public bus to the Hörnli-Express valley station.

Anreise Information

From Chur it goes over the Schanfiggerstrasse to Arosa. Arrived in Arosa you drive everything through the village until you reach the Hörnli-Express valley station. There you will find paid parking.

Parken

At the Hörnli-Express valley station

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