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5 things to do @Lenzerheide

There are lots of things to do and discover here, right at the heart of Canton Graubünden. Read our Top 5 tips for in the magnificent Lenzerheide holiday region.

1) TIME for Foxtrail Anda

Are you a sleuth and Foxtrail fan?
Then you have to experience the Heidseetrail “Anda”. Or what other trail has controllable waterfalls? And if you’ve never done a trail before – this one takes two hours. You can do it. Find more than you’re looking for.

Book your Foxtrail online here.

Familie auf dem Foxtrail Anda beim Wasserfall

2) TIME for the forest

The forest is a place of power. A place of energy. By consciously engaging with the forest and its healing effects, you strengthen your immune system, reduce stress hormones and calm the autonomic nervous system. Our BergSpa team will be happy to take you on this journey. You can find out more about forest bathing here.

3) TIME for orienteering

13 posts. Two and a half kilometres. One goal.

Answer questions about the holiday region of Lenzerheide, Switzerland and its culture. The posts are not numbered. You determine the starting point and direction. Have you found all the posts and answered everything? Congratulations, then we will award you the title of “Lenzerheide Expert:in”. All the documents are available below in PDF format.

Have fun on your journey of discovery.

Click here for the documents (in german).

Herz Zaunlatte Holz Lenzerheide

4) TIME for Cleanpeak

5 out of 10 guests intend to make their vacation sustainable. However, not even 7% of them act sustainably while on vacation.

The CLEANBAG sensitizes guests to the issue of alpine waste and at the same time enables them to act sustainably and to be out and about in nature with their eyes wide open.

Further information is available at the reception.

5) TIME for the first zipline in Graubünden

With the Zipline, you fly downhill at up to 110 kilometres per hour, safely attached to a wire rope. During the 2-minute flight, you cover 1,739m with a height difference of 470m. After the gentle start, the 29% drop gives you a feeling of free fall that is very close to that of flying. The zipline stands for adventure, thrill, experience and adrenaline with the highest demands on safety.

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