Winter auf der Lenzerheide in Graubünden
Graubünden, the land of the ibex, is worth a trip at any time of the year. In summer you can discover the incomparable region while hiking, climbing or biking. In winter, ski resorts, winter hiking trails, or snowshoe hikes invite you to an active vacation. During a guided tour of the village or while enjoying regional specialties on a sunny terrace you can end the day perfectly - the impressive mountain scenery of Graubünden is always in the background.
Activities in the canton of Graubünden
Destinations in the canton of Graubünden
Attractions in the canton of Graubünden
Discover the region
Winter hiking in Graubünden
Even in winter, nothing stands in the way of real outdoor fun. More than 40 ski areas invite skiers and snowboarders to exciting downhill runs. Cross-country ski trails across the high valleys or toboggan runs down the mountain provide plenty of fun. Those who like it a little more quiet can explore the region on snowshoes or skis - or simply relax on a winter hike.
Whether quiet or in the middle of the hustle and bustle, high up or near the lake, in the summer sun or in the snow - outdoor sports enthusiasts are spoiled in Graubünden!
Discover Graubünden by rail
One of the most comfortable methods of travel is undoubtedly the train. And in Graubünden in particular, the train ride is well worth it. In fact, the railroad line through the Albula Valley is considered one of the most beautiful in the world - and has also been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2008. For more than 100 years, rails have led over the Bernina Pass and along the steeply sloping Schin Gorge, through dense forest and over viaducts. The 122-kilometer route between Thusis and Tirano blends amazingly well with the wild natural landscape - and offers plenty of opportunities for breathtaking photos from the train carriage.
So an excursion with the Rhaetian Railway, the "Little Red One," is highly recommended in Graubünden. Just hop on and ride directly to the glacier with fabulous views!
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