Arosa has all the ingredients for the perfect Alpine holiday and you can experience it all with Ramblers Walking Holidays. Many of our clients have fond memories of when we holidayed here over twenty years ago and little has changed since. The village itself lies between 1700m and 1800m, so many walks start with a short ascent through trees, but beyond that the landscape opens into alpine meadows with peaks in every direction. Higher up you enter the realm of the ibex, and certainly for the higher grade options this is a peak-baggers dream. The Aroser Rothorn is a challenging walk reaching nearly 3000m, but there are lesser peaks such as the Schiesshorn, Weisshorn, Tiejer Flue and Matlishorn. The attraction of the area extends beyond these peaks to the remote valleys and ridges and the pretty villages such as Tschiertchen, visited on a couple of the walks. The beautiful grassy ridge above Langwies is a joy and the remote walk passing the tiny collection of barns at Alp Farur is varied and both wild and charming. In all there are over 120 miles of trails to explore in the area. Transport is excellent. Arosa is at the end of the spectacular train line, opening up walks between the village and Chur on the valley floor. There are several cable cars from the village centre whisking you to well over 2000m. Theres a path from the village frequented by black squirrels, lots of marmots and a cornucopia of flowers, especially in June. Our departure on the 20th June will be at a more leisurely pace to allow time to appreciate the flora.
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|19/06/2019||26/06/2019||See our website||£Call|
|03/07/2019||10/07/2019||See our website||£Call|
|07/08/2019||14/08/2019||See our website||£Call|
|21/08/2019||28/08/2019||See our website||£Call|
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