There are 2 main skiing sectors- the Weisshorn and the Hornli, with the former being sunnier than the shadier Hornli. Experts may find the obvious lack of pletiful blacks annoying, but there is lots of off-pist terrain, whilst the Bruggerhorn has been dedicated as a "Free-ride mountain". Intermediates meanwhile will enjoy the Hornli and the steeper Weisshorn runs reds, whilst some great views are afforded by the Obersee-Bruggerhorn Blue. Finally Beginners will enjoy the easy slopes at Tschuggen, whilst children will be best suited to the quiter Inner-Arosa area. For cross-country skiing, the 26km on offer includes some of the best and most varied in the Alpes.
Boarders have the Bananas specialist school, and Mountain Surf Club, which offers 2 day free-ride camps. There is also a terrain park with jumps, rails, and a 150m half-pipe, as well as the Bruggerhorn "free-ride mountain".
Swiss and ABC are the main school in Arosa, and are very popular, so classes are quite large, leading to increased demand for private lessons.
Last Updated: Feb 2010