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Enjoy the Hörnli Trail in a wonderful evening atmosphere and then round off the evening with a barbecue in the Restaurant Alpenblick.
The Hörnli trail in Arosa is a must for all flow trail enthusiasts. Set against the backdrop of a wild mountainous landscape, this trail features over 100 exciting bends – once you’ve experienced it, you’ll be back for more!

Every bend and every wave increase the flow of this trail. And there’s many of them. Opened in 2018, the Hörnli trail is a long one, featuring 113 bends over 6.8 kilometres. Your thighs are burning, but the flow is too much fun to hit the brakes. It’s almost like you’re flying! Watch mountain bikers arriving at the cable car valley station and you’ll see that they are all grinning from ear to ear.

The Hörnli flow trail is one of the highlights of the routes in the Arosa Lenzerheide region. It is suitable for riders of all abilities – but it also packs a punch. The trail starts at the Hörnli Express upper station at 2,482 metres above sea level. After the first sloping bends, it leads through an impressive rocky landscape. You can see how much work has gone into its construction. The trail continues across more open terrain and past the Hauensee lake, with the Arosa Weisshorn mountain always in view. Rest areas along the trail offer opportunities to stop and enjoy the magnificent views.

Good to know

- Enjoy the Hörnli Trail in a wonderful evening atmosphere and then round off the evening with a barbecue in the Restaurant Alpenblick.
- A Skill Centre is located adjacent to the valley station. Home to four different practice trails and a travellator, this is the perfect place for beginners and children looking to get started or warm up. The pump track at the Ochsenbühl sports field can also help cyclists prepare for the trail.

Please note!

A Skill Centre is located adjacent to the valley station. Home to four different practice trails and a travellator, this is the perfect place for beginners and children looking to get started or warm up. The pump track at the Ochsenbühl sports field can also help cyclists prepare for the trail
The Hörnli trail is located on Arosa Lenzerheide’s winter sports piste. Depending on the weather, artificial snow may be used on the pistes from October and the trail will be closed for safety reasons. The opening hours are constantly updated at Arosa Lenzerheide.

General info

  • Season: July - September
  • Outdoor
  • Needed time: 2 to 4 hours (half day)

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