Further activities

Further activities

Further activities

Sand or carpet? Tennis enthusiasts will find 14 public courts in Lenzerheide, both indoor and open air. You can reach the tennis facility in Fadail from PRIVÀ Alpine Lodge on foot in ten minutes. We will gladly reserve a court for you or tennis lessons with certified teachers of the Lenzerheide tennis club. The public restaurant “Tennishüsli” ​​is open in summer and winter. The lovely terrace invites you to relax.

Since the 16th century there have been lively bathing activities in Alvaneu, which flourished in the 19th century with the construction of the Albula Pass road. In 2001, the former health spa was replaced by a modern, small wellness centre with integrated health treatments.

The warm water adventure pool Aquamarin of the Obere Au sports facility has a temperature of 35°C in winter and 33°C in summer. Let yourself be pampered by massage jets or enjoy the mysterious spa grotto with light and music effects. Inside there are several swimming pools, which are attractive to both young and old.

Take a seat and enjoy the view of the impressive scenery and idyllic villages in Grisons. On the 384-kilometre long railroad network of the Rhaetian Railway (RhB), drive along the famous Albula/Bernina line (UNESCO world heritage), or the Glacier Express route - an impressive train experience.

Bernina Express

An unforgettable Alpine journey of fascinating contrasts: The Bernina Express, as the highest railway track over the Alps, connects northern Europe to the south. After a good three-hour ride, the Bernina Express ends its journey past the Swiss border in Tirano in Italy. The Albula and and Bernina line is a masterpiece of engineering which, in summer 2008, was recorded as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Albula Railway Museum in Bergün

The Albula Railway Museum is located in Bergün, on the RhB Albula line. A place for families and railway enthusiasts. With staged rooms, original exhibits and one of the last “Krokodil” locomotives, the museum offers exciting aspects of this spectacular Swiss railway line. On an area of more than 1,300 square metres, visitors will find over 600 exhibits dating back to more than 100 years of railway history, as well as attractions such as a driving simulator in the original “Krokodil” driver's cabin, changing exhibitions, a model workshop, an adventure exhibition with children's tour and display depot for both experts and amateurs.

No matter whether you want to go round Heidsee Lake or to an idyllic alpine hut or through pretty hamlets - with horse carriages you can ride to Lenzerheide’s most beautiful corners.

Limitless freedom in the air. Enjoy the beautiful holiday region from above - with a paragliding or hang gliding flight. Caution: Since Lenzerheide high valley is north-south oriented, before paragliding and hang gliding you must take into account the strong alpine winds. As an air field, it is classified as difficult for beginners and is only recommended for experienced pilots.

Our mountains offer a breathtaking panorama. In a helicopter, you can fly over the magnificent mountain scenery and experience Lenzerheide from a different perspective.

If you prefer to climb indoors or if the weather does not cooperate, the “Ap ´n daun” climbing hall is at hand in Chur. In the attractive facility you can experience all aspects of climbing or learn this sport in the climbing school.

Opening hours:

Summer season (May - September)

  • Mon / Tue: 9 am – 1.30 pm / 5 pm – 9.30 pm
  • Wed: 9 am – 9.30 pm
  • Thurs / Fri: 9 am – 1 pm / 5 pm – 9.30 pm
  • Sat/Sun: 11 am – 7 pm (closed in very good weather)

Winter season (October − April)

  • Mon-Fri: 9 am – 10.30 pm
  • Sat/Sun: 10 am – 7 pm

The first indoor freestyle hall in Europe is located at the Laax valley station. The offer for freestylers at beginners and advanced level ensures year-round fun with tricks and jumps. There are no limits for freestyle enthusiasts due to the weather or season.

This important bishop town is the centre of Rhaeto-Romanic Switzerland and is considered the oldest town of the Swiss Confederation. Archaeological finds in the vicinity of the cathedral are indicative of a settlement dating back to 11,000 years before Christ. Ceramics and tools are evidence of a Roman military station. Be it in the archaeological excavation sites - protected by a filigree timber construction by star architect Peter Zumthor - or in the old town Rhaetian Museum - Chur has preserved its history and made it accessible. Guests from all over the world can discover Chur's main attractions during a leisurely stroll through the pedestrianised town centre.