Arosa, Davos, and Lenzerheide-Valbella offer special hiking packages. You can walk from Davos to Arosa one day and from Arosa to Lenzerheide the next.
The Arosa tourist office offers guided tours and nature walks daily from June through October; you can visit a cheese maker, a regional museum, and a 15th-century chapel. The Davos and Klosters tourist offices arrange guided walks at least once a week from July to September. The Chur tourist office arranges guided tours from April to October every Wednesday at 2 (6 SF). To explore on your own, pick up a map from the tourist office and follow the green and red footprints on the pavement.
The Pontresina tourist office offers guided walking tours of its Old Town from mid-June to mid-October. It also offers guided botanical excursions, glacier treks, and hiking trips to the Swiss National Park, plus mushroom-picking outings in season (August and September). If you are staying in Pontresina, these trips are free; day visitors pay a small fee. Guides for all of the these tours speak English.
Graubünden Holidays. No need to worry about booking a hotel or transporting your luggage, with this service it's all taken care of. Contact local tourist offices or the regional tourist office, Graubünden Holidays. Similar arrangements can be made in the Engadine; call Engadin St. Moritz Tourism Office (081/8300001 www.engadin.stmoritz.ch) for more information. Alexanderstr. 24, Chur, Graubünden, 7000. 081/2542424. www.graubuenden.ch.
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