15:35,
Saturday,
24 October 2020.

Arosa, Skiing & Snowboard...

The ski and snowboard area of Arosa can be described as petit although well formed. Because the main ski area is small there is almost as much off-piste riding as there is on. The resort is best suited to first timers and early intermediates although there are a couple of tougher tracks out there.

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Beginner

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Arosa is the ideal location for beginners to take up either skiing or snowboarding. The Tschuggen nursery area is pitch perfect and those that learn fast will find they can conquer much of what Arosa has to offer, on-piste of course.

Intermediate

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Intermediates that like to chill and enjoy their surroundings while cruising around will find Arosa fits the bill. For those wanting to make their first turns off-piste then here is a pretty good place to start. Supervised of course!

Advanced

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On-piste Arosa has little to entertain the more proficient rider although it does offer a reasonable amount of accessible off-piste. Intrepid tourers will find this area has many hidden secrets.

Freestyle, Skier and BoarderCross

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Freestylers will find a half pipe in the park along with some other bits and bobs from which to take the air.

Touring

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Intrepid tourers will find this area has many hidden secrets. Arosa is roughly ten kilometres (six miles) as the crow flies away from Davos. A hike over the hill may see you sharing a gluehwein with one of the British Royal’s.