3 mountain railway tour Davos Klosters - Arosa/Lenzerheide - Tschiertschen
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Experienced freeriders experience an absolute highlight with the 3 lane tour, unique in the Alps. With only one booked ticket you get access to an unforgettable day tour.
If you want to be on the safe side or want to do the tour in a group, we recommend joining the local mountain guides, who have regularly included the route in their program.
Please note the valid operating hours of the mountain railways. The tour can only be used in suitable conditions. Check the snow situation and dangers with the avalanche bulletin, have the necessary safety equipment with you and respect the wildlife rest zones.
The area lies outside the marked, groomed and secured pistes and is considered to be off-piste skiing. It is neither marked nor protected from alpine dangers. The piste and rescue service monitors and checks only the marked and open pistes. The Davos Klosters Bergbahnen AG, the Arosa Bergbahnen AG, the Lenzerheide Bergbahnen AG as well as the Tschiertschen Bergbahnen AG reject any liability when leaving the marked and groomed slopes.
This freeride route is to be understood as a general indication of direction. Depending on the conditions, downhill routes must be assessed and adjusted by the skier himself. No guarantee can be given for the correctness, completeness and up-to-dateness of the information.
The practice of freeriding in open terrain is at your own risk. Every freerider and tourer is strongly advised to thoroughly prepare, plan his route and obtain up-to-date information on the snow and avalanche situation. Avalanche situation report and snow information: www.slf.ch
No liability is accepted for accidents resulting from the use of published information and route details. We recommend that you be accompanied by a mountain guide.
Freeriding requires good preparation (training / equipment etc.) and can only be undertaken in favourable weather and avalanche conditions.
The use of the following equipment is recommended for the tour:
- Freeride skis with touring binding, poles, ski boots, skins
-ABS backpack with LVS, probe, shovel
- Own map material
Davos Klosters - Sapün - Langwies
The Parsennbahn takes you up to the Weissfluh summit. There you start with a steep descent to Sapün. Here we recommend a coffee break in the Heimeli. Tip: While checking the train connection in Langwies, the trip with the train to Arosa is included (RhB 2nd class). From Sapün follow the prepared path (note multiple use).
Langwies - Arosa - Tschiertschen
From Langwies we continue to the Hörnli-Express in Arosa. The train departs every hour at the 48th minute from Langwies. Now you are in the snow sports area Arosa Lenzerheide. The gondola takes you up to Hörli at 2511 metres above sea level, where the next unique, unsecured freeride descent awaits you. As an alternative and on the safe side, you can reach Lenzerheide directly with the Urdenbahn and on the official slopes. From the Hörnli, experienced freeriders ride past the snow-covered Urdensee into the challenging ghost slope. Past the Urdenalphütte you continue in the direction of Löser and Clüs. From there a piste leads to the Tschiertschen valley station.
Tschiertschen - Parpan - Lenzerheide
With the two chair lifts in Tschiertschen you reach the Hühnerköpfe, where you ski on the piste to the valley station of the Jochalp. Arrived at the top with the drag lift, you can eat at the Restaurant Jochalp and enjoy a wonderful view over Chur and the Rhine Valley from the vantage point. Freshly fortified, the unsecured descent continues through the Schwarzwald towards Foppa and over the Ausser- and Innerberg to Parpan.
The ski bus takes you to Lenzerheide (included in the ticket). The Postbus will take you to Davos (Important: Postbus not included in the fare).
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