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On the well-known Squirrel Path, your children can not only feed the cute little animals but also solve a riddle on the information panels. The path begins near the hotel BelArosa at the crossing on Tomeli Strasse (in front of the Waldhotel...more
This short hike through the woods is great for families with smaller kids. It's long enough to spend half a day outside and short enough so everyone can walk it.
We saw plenty of squirrels and they did eat the nuts we brought. You have...More
Silly signs about squirrels and bears are placed along the way but, strangely, at such a height that you would have to lift children up to be able to read them. The entrance from town, near the railroad station, is very unappealing, if you can...More
Lovely walk through the woods, which is accessible to all, with a natural play area roughly half way along for the kiddies. The hotel Hof Maran is a lovely place for a drink or meal either at the start or end of the walk. Our...More
This comfortable low stress hike in the forest above Arosa has a series of humorous placards describing the adventures of Erich Eichornchen , a squirrel being educated by his uncle. The walk is well worth your time--but be ready to be greeted up close be...More
Our favorite walk in Arosa.
Although it was icy-cold, the Squirrels were waiting for us. AND the birds. they sometimes scare the squirrels and eat their food!
We took it twice and promised each other to never miss it again while in Arosa!
Eichhörnchen are squirrels. The Eichhörnchenweg is a short walk leading through the forest between Prätschli and the center of Arosa. I did it in winter, when the pine trees were full of snow. Very romantic. The path is also good for children, because there are...More
We came for a walk to the so called "Squirrel Trail" in Arosa.
Our 10-year old daughter and we were fascinated about the behaviour of the squirrels and the wonderful birds.
We bought some nuts upfront and after a while on the trail we were...More
If you like animals, this is the place to visit in Arosa. It is easy walk path well marked with pictures of squirrels. Take some nuts with you and you will have all the fun interacting with friendly squirrels.