Route Arosa – Maran
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Animal wanderlust on the squirrel trail
Valley station of the Tschuggen cable car in Arosa
With over 60 kilometres of hiking trails, Arosa offers many reasons to visit even in the snowless seasons. On the 1.4 km long and family-friendly route of the Squirrel Trail, as the name suggests, we meet the hearty rodents again and again. And not at all shy, they do not disappear in the next treetop when we approach them. Children can easily observe and feed the furry animals. In addition, we are accompanied by the story of Emilie and Erich Eichhörnchen, which can be read over ten panels. Against the hunger there are enough cozy places to rest and to fry a sausage over the fire. If you prefer to have a roof over your head, you will find a restaurant with playground at the end of the approx. 30 min. hike, which offers the little ones even more opportunity to let off steam. The Squirrel Trail is accessible by stroller and is a memorable experience for all animal lovers. If you just want to enjoy nature and the beautiful landscape, you will get your money's worth on this excursion.
If you want even more afterwards, you can immerse yourself in astronomy on the planetary path and learn something about our solar system.
Normal hiking equipment, possibly food
From the valley station of the Tschuggen cable car we follow the Squirrel Trail to Arosa/Maran.
By train to Arosa, continue on foot to the starting point
From Chur via Arosastrasse, Aroserstrasse, Gamboms, the Calfreisen Tunnel, Pasuna, the Clasaurer Tunnel, Hauptstrasse and Kantonstrasse, the FrauentobelTunnel, Im Boda and the Poststrasse to Arosa.
Parking in the center of Arosa
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