Arosa Bärenland - Prätschalp - Rot Tritt (Barrierefrei / JST)
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Behind Arosa station at Obersee, get on the Weisshorn gondola and get off at the middle station. There you can purchase the all-terrain JST Multidrive wheelchair. An employee of Arosa Bergbahnen will instruct you.
From the middle station turn right and after a few meters you will reach the Arosa Bärenland directly. The visitor platform and the adventure trail are easily accessible by wheelchair. After watching the bears, you go back to the Arlenwaldweg. On the way to prätschalp, the view wanders to the alpine settlement Medergen, the Weissfluhjoch and the high valleys Sapün and Fondei. The Senntum Prätsch, which is now being reached, has a usable area of 250 hectares and is the property of the municipality of Chur. Every year, about 100 cows are roasted here by Chur farmers. Arrived at the viewpoint Rot Tritt, it is worth making a stopover. The plain is particularly charming thanks to the magnificent views over Arosa and the majestic mountain panorama. There is also a fire pit here. After that, you can take the same route back to the middle station. Or you can combine the route with the Eichhörnliweg and get back to the village.
The trail is only passable with the JST.
The JST Mountain Drive - ideal companion for independent excursions. An all-terrain electric wheelchair specially developed for natural mountain hiking trails, green gravel, steps and cobblestones. Thanks to two powerful electric motors and the robust design of the wheelchair, couped hiking trails, steep inclines and even long natural surface routes can be easily navigated.
Arosa Bergbahnen AG has two models that can be rented as required.
Purchase & return at the middle station.
Good footwear and weather-appropriate clothing is recommended.
From Chur, the Rhaetian Railway runs every hour to Arosa. A pre-registration is required (24h) under Tel. 0800 007 102, from abroad: +41 (0)51 225 78 44. From the train station, take the bus with a folding ramp to Arosa, Prätschli.
Once you arrive in Arosa, you will remain mobile. The Arosa bus likes to transport its passengers from A to B and strives for their needs. And even if you want to take a taxi, there are possibilities: The Alpin Taxi (+41 81 377 35 35) has larger taxis where the wheelchair can be loaded into the trunk.
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