Heidi & Gigi Winter Hiking Trail Arosa
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Exciting and challenging mountain tour that connects the two areas of Arosa and Lenzerheide. The tour can be shortened by mountain railway upandy and downhill.
Coordinates 46.79081, 9.675228
What has a long tradition in summer is also possible in winter. The Heidi & Gigi Trail connects Arosa with Lenzerheide and vice versa. Along the winter hiking trail you can enjoy the beautiful mountain world, use the latest transport facilities, such as the Urdenbahn and enjoy yourself in one of the beautiful mountain restaurants. The Heidi & Gigi Way can be tackled from Arosa, i.e. also from the Lenzerheide. The LenzerHeidi and the Gigi vo Arosa have gone hand in hand at the latest since the opening of the Urdenbahn. Occasionally, however, the two also visit on foot and enjoy not only beautiful views over mountain peaks and valleys, but also one or the other refreshment in the various restaurants along the way. Follow the route and fall in love with the unique landscape of Heidi & Gigi.
sturdy footwear; Winter hiking poles are an advantage, as the winter hiking trail is very steep in a few sections.
Start in Arosa: The starting point of the hike is the parking lot at Prätschli. The ascent to the Hörnli is always slightly ascending. For hikers who prefer to complete this section in the gondola lift, there is the possibility to get on a gondola lift of the Hörnli-Express in Innerarosa. The "Urdenbahn" connecting railway takes you to the Lenzerheide holiday region. In winter, the section from Urdenfürggli to Scharmoin is not possible on foot. The Urdenfüggli and Motta chairlifts can be used to continue the hike. The section from the Mottahütte (closed in summer) to the mountain restaurant Scharmoin is easily accessible and offers a beautiful view of the opposite side of the valley. Enjoy the panoramic sun terrace in the Scharmoin mountain restaurant before returning to Lenzerheide on foot or by gondola.
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