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Lenzerheide Weisshornspeed

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The Weisshornspeed is a six-place chairlift in the skiing area of Lenzerheide Rothorn. As the name implies the lift ends below the summit of the Parpaner Weisshorn at an altitude of 2580 m.

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Images à proximité de Grisons


A: Switzerland-Lenzerheide-Urdenbahn

Par Markus Kaeppeli, à 950 mètres

No, it is not the iceplanet Hoth, it is the station of the new Urdenbahn that connects the ski resort...


B: Switzerland Lenzerheide Urdenbahn Aussen

Par Markus Kaeppeli, à 960 mètres

No, it is not the iceplanet Hoth, it is the station of the new Urdenbahn that connects the ski resort...

Switzerland Lenzerheide Urdenbahn Aussen

C: View Parpaner Schwarzhorn

Par Freiermuth Hanspeter, A 1.4 km

View Parpaner Schwarzhorn

D: Wintertime

Par Freiermuth Hanspeter, A 1.4 km


E: Lenzerheide Parpaner Rothorn Terrace

Par Markus Kaeppeli, A 1.6 km

The summit of the Parpaner Rothorn in the skiing area of Lenzerheide can be reached by aerial cablewa...

Lenzerheide Parpaner Rothorn Terrace

F: Lenzerheide Parpaner Rothorn

Par Markus Kaeppeli, A 1.6 km

The Parpaner Rothorn can comfortably be reached by cableway from Lenzerheide. It has an altitude of 2...

Lenzerheide Parpaner Rothorn

G: Parpaner Rothorn

Par Freiermuth Hanspeter, A 1.7 km

Parpaner Rothorn

H: Parpaner Rothorn with fog

Par Hans-Dieter Teschner, A 1.7 km

Parpaner Rothorn with fog

I: Switzerland Lenzerheide Scharmoin Station

Par Markus Kaeppeli, A 2.4 km

Switzerland Lenzerheide Scharmoin Station

J: Lenzerheide Scharmoin

Par Markus Kaeppeli, A 2.5 km

The station Scharmoin, where the cableway to the Parpaner Rothorn starts was built new last year. The...

Lenzerheide Scharmoin

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