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Lernpfad Schutz.Wald.Mensch

Arosa 7050, Switzerland
+41 81 378 70 20
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This trail puts the whole family in touch with nature and follows the two main keynotes of "the world in motion" and "the world moves". Special sign posts introduce hikers to the "occurrences". You will be asked to guess, judge, suspect, follow, grasp, observe and simply enjoy the beauty of nature. The trail leads mostly through the forest. It starts at the Arosa Untersee lake and ends at the train station in Langwies. The Arosa Card will allow you to easily take the train back to Arosa for free. Information on the different topics is illustrated at the sign posts. You can purchase the book of the Learning Trail at Arosa Tourism for CHF 3.00.
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Arosa 7050, Switzerland
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