The Hönrli-Express cable car takes you comfortably up to the Hörnligrat, which is rich in views. From there you start on foot through the Urden valley or take the Urden cable car in comfort. On the Urdenfürggli, the path first leads steeply down before the varied ascent begins through a gallery, past rock faces, with wide views to Lenzerheide, to the Parpaner Rothorn. From the Parpaner Rothorn you can either take the gondola to Lenzerheide or hike the same way back to Arosa.
This panoramic hike leads from a peak in Arosa, to a peak in Lenzerheide, a unique experience!
Rest stopsHörnlihütte Arosa
Arosa strives to provide hikers with a well-developed and marked network of hiking trails. Please heed the rules and signposting. You will find further helpful tips under the hiking information.
Pleas stay informed about the operating hours of the cable cars here.
Tips and hints
Arosa strives to provide hikers with a well-developed and marked network of hiking trails. Please take heed of the following wishes and suggestions:
- Dogs must be kept on a leash
- Please take litter and leftovers from picnics home again
- You will often see game on your hikes. Enjoy the sight of these animals in their familiar surroundings but do not disturb them
- Do not remove trail markings
- Do not use closed paths (live status)
- Do not leave the officially marked hiking trails
Hörnlihütte: Refreshments before or after the hike.
Mountain railways: Travel times and tickets
Getting thereFollow the street from Chur to Arosa and through the village to the valley station of the Cable car Hörnli-Express.
At the entrance to the village there are large signs indicating the various parking options. At the Hörnli-Express gondola there are a few parking spots. Another option is the Brüggli Parking, from there it's a 10 minutes walk to the Hörnli-Express gondola.
You can find more information under Arosa Parking.