Nestled in the Alps of Switzerland, Arosa is a resort town that’s just as enjoyable in the summer as it is in the winter. The town boasts impressive mountain ranges over 139 miles of ski slopes, 86 miles of hiking trails, and cable cars connecting various mountains to make your visit as seamless as possible. Due to its location in a wide, remote valley, there’s very little traffic, it’s sunnier than other regions, and is sheltered from strong winds. If you’re an outdoor enthusiast or just casually appreciate nature, Arosa should be on your itinerary.
Skiing and snowboarding top the list as Arosa’s top thing to do during the summer months. In the summertime, feel free to enjoy the lake below or one of the many hiking trails. Be sure to check out Weisshorn, a new restaurant with 360-degree panoramic views of the lakes and over 400 peaks, and the Untersee bathing beach, with 150-foot slides, diving boards, and beautiful lawns. Consider tailoring your trip around one of the many festivals like the Arosa Humor Festival, IceSnowFootball, horse racing, or the Arosa ClassicCar. The latter is a wild uphill car race that transforms Arosa into the ‘Monaco of the mountains,’ and usually takes place between August and September.
Arosa is beautiful all year-round, but most activities and events are focused around the summer and winter months. To cut down on costs, consider visiting during the shoulder months when prices on accommodations and flights tend to be lower.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Arosa. The hottest month in Arosa is May, when temperatures peak at 81 ˚F. The coolest month is January, when temperatures drop to 10 ˚F. The wettest month in Arosa is May with 4.85 inches of rain, while the driest month is February with 0.15 inches of rain.
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