Snowy Pockets Holidays

Our chalets and apartments and fully equipped for self-catering, and perfect for couples, groups and three generations of family.


Centrally located to shops, sports and activity, each person can enjoy coming and going freely to enjoy as few or as many activities in any one day.

Chalet Runca comfortably sleeps twelve in six bedrooms spread over three floors with underfloor heating throughout. The top second floor provides sleeping in three deep pile carpeted bedrooms, together with two bathrooms. The first floor enjoys a high ceiling living room with mountain views, log fires, leather sofas, surround sound 75 ” television, netflix, cable com 140 channels, a large sunny balcony, oak table dining area, and a large well-equipped kitchen, perfect for the sociable cooks. On the ground floor, the Sauna, Steam Room, Drying Room, Personal laundry facilities, and Entrance Hallway.

The Neighborhood Overview. Arosa is a firmly established family destination, vibrant ski and multi-activity resort, popular with the Swiss and International Clientele. It has a long history of above average snow quality and long sunshine hours. It is at 1,800 meters at the end of the stunning Schanfigg Valley, amidst wildlife, forests, rivers and mountains. The ski slopes are wide and sunny, and the Hörnli (Arosa) now links to Urdenfürggli (Lenzerheide) each at 2,600 meters providing 225km quality linked skiing. Snow sports Arosa offers alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, snowboarding, telemark skiing, snow-shoe excursions, open air ice skating, three frozen lakes, mountain train rides, toboggan routes, forest walks & endless heavenly running trails, shops, bars, night clubs , cinema, and good choice of restaurants for every budget.

Non-skiers Not only skiers can enjoy Arosa’s excellent amenities and transport network, non skiers have plenty to do, such as forest walks, toboggan runs, open air ice skating, spas, shops, tea rooms, knitting cafes, and sports bars. With horse trails crossing over ski trails, crossing over walking trails, crossing over rail trails, crossing over toboggan trails, crossing over cross country trails, crossing over snow shoe trails, it is just as easy to be part of the winter scene as it is to be remote in nature. You\’ll easily forget car life at home when you meet up with the whole group on the mountain for lunch. You walk out of Chalet Runca to well signposted forest, lake and mountain trails, which also double up as running trails for all levels of fitness. Restaurants, bars, clubs & tea rooms. Whatever the activity, your group can meet for lunch at an excellent choice of mountain restaurants, all accessible by walking trail, hop on / hop off resort bus, or lift. There is a vibrant ‘nightlife in Arosa, accessible by lit up footpaths, so if there are members of the party with more energy than the rest, this may be the icing on the cake.

Getting Around The frequent resort ski / hike bus cannot be heard from Chalet Runca yet is only 20 meters away.

Travel Celebrating one hundred years of railway access, Arosa trains have hourly departures to Zurich International Airport, via Chur, the oldest city in Switzerland. Rail travel is the most popular method of travel to Arosa as this avoids the 365 road curves between Chur & Arosa. If driving to Arosa is the preferred option, the road is excellent, remembering to allow an hour from Chur, & to be equipped with chains for the last twelve kilometers from Langwies.

The Arosa public transport is most convenient & getting around resort by foot is easy.
We provide garaged parking subject to availability.


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