The flowtrail of Arosa
Facts about the Hörnli Trail
|Height difference||519 meters|
Basic biking skills are required. We recommend that families with children first visit the Skill Centre at the valley station or the Pumptrack at the Ochsenbühl sports ground before riding the Hörnli Trail.
|Start||Hörnli-Express mountain station|
|End||Above Hörnli-Express valley station|
|Resting areas||There are 4 rest areas on the trail|
|Restaurants||Hörnlihütte and Alpenblick|
|Access to the trail||By bus to Hörnli-Express valley station
by car to Hörnli-Express car park
by bike to Weisshorn middle station and via hiking trail to Hörnli
The Hörnli Trail is generally open during the summer opening hours of the Hörnli-Express gondola.
Attention: The opening hours depend on the weather and snow conditions. The opening hours depend on the weather and snow conditions, the current status can be found here.
|Cable car Hörnli-Express
Hörnli valley - mountain
1 July - 22 October 2023
|08.45 - 16.30 hrs.
last descent 16.45 hrs from Hörnli
|CHF 54.00||CHF 27.00||CHF 38.00||CHF 19.00|
Arosa - Hörnli*
|CHF 18.00||CHF 9.00||CHF 13.00||CHF 6.00|
- Children up to their 6th birthday ride free of charge.
- Mountain bikes are transported free of charge on all Arosa Bergbahnen AG facilities with the summer season ticket, Bike Around Pass and TOPCARD.
- Throughout the year you travel free of charge on the Arosa Bus on the routes Hörnli-Express - Prätschli and Hörnli-Express - Untersee.
- All information on all tariffs of the Arosa Bergbahnen AG can be found here.
- *Bike transport is not possible with the Arosa Card. A mountain ride with bike transport can be purchased for individual trips (discount with Arosa Card: 30%).
- Adjust your speed to your ability and the difficulty of the slope. Stopping on sight must be possible at all times. Only stop next to the lane. In the event of a fall, clear the lane immediately.
- Helmet, gloves and bell are compulsory. We recommend full face helmet and protectors. Only ride a bike that is suitable for the freeride slope.
- Follow the signals and the instructions of the track staff. The general mountain bike rules and traffic regulations also apply on the freeride track.
- If you need help, contact the rescue service no. 144, quoting the track number and the section letter.
Use of the freeride track is at your own risk. The operators of the facility, landowners and managers disclaim all liability. In case of non-compliance with the rules and regulations, we regret that we can no longer transport you and your bike.
The Hörnli Trail is marked throughout from start to finish with the official Switzerland Mobile markings. When descending, please always follow signpost no. 711 and keep to the marked danger, regulation and information signals!