Lenzerheide Bergbahnen AG

Our vision for today and tomorrow

Together with Arosa, we are the leading winter Alpine sport region and the number 1 bike destination in Switzerland. We are actively promoting young talent and generations of families. We differ from our competitors thanks to our high-quality products, and are continuing to play a pioneering role in terms of sustainability and ecology.

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Formation
2005 (Merger of Lenzerheide Bergbahnen Danis Stätz AG and Rothornbahn & Scalottas AG)

Employees
All-year-round employees: 55
Including summer seasonal employees: 75
Including winter seasonal employees: 225

Contact
Lenzerheide Bergbahnen AG
Canols
Postfach 160
CH-7078 Lenzerheide

Phone +41 81 385 50 00
Fax +41 81 385 50 09
bergbahnen@lenzerheide.com

 

 

President of the board of directors
Suenderhauf Christoph (Jg. 1957), Lawyer

Vice-president of the board of directors
Häusermann Urs (Jg. 1950), Motivationsenthusiast

Board of directors / PRAU
Glutz Christoph (Jg. 1956), Economist
Alig Peter (Jg. 1944), Consultant
Flüeler Jürg (Jg. 1951), Farmer

Board of directors
Brasser Christoph, Inhaber Brasser Dienstleistungen
Lenz Marcus (Jg. 1955), Farmer
Margreth Armin (Jg. 1969), Farmer
Moser Aron (Jg. 1956), Mayor Vaz/Oberzvaz
Orsatti Hans (Jg. 1963), Techn. Kaufmann
Raschein Margrith (Jg. 1961), Lawyer
Stoffel Remo, Entrepreneur
Vogt Thomas (Jg. 1970), Hotelier

CEO
Engler Peter (Jg. 1962)
Mechanic, commercial school, business economist as part of distance learning course

> Organisational chart Lenzerheide Bergbahnen AG (pdf)


Head of Controlling
Bossi Marco (Jg. 1965)
Specialist in finance and accounting with federal certificate of higher education training

Head of Technology
Lorez Samuel (Jg. 1970)
Electrician, graduate technician HF

 

1936
The ski circuit on the Lenzerheide commenced with the commissioning of the “Funibahn” sleigh lift from Val Sporz to Tgantieni. Offering space for 16 people  and capable of transporting less than 100 people per hour, this provided the impetus for the fledgling winter tourism industry in the region.

1942
Foundation of Schnell-Lifte und Sesselbahn Tgantieni-Piz Scalottas AG following construction of the Scalottas and Tgantieni ski lifts.

1946
Following the construction of the Tgantieni chair lift, the “Funibahn” sleigh lift was re-located to Valbella, thus laying the foundations for the formation of Stätzerhorn Ski- und Sessellift AG, which would be responsible for developing the ski resorts in Stätzerhorn and Pradaschier von Churwalden in the coming years.

1962
Luftseilbahn Parpaner Rothorn AG was formed on the eastern side, and ski operations commenced during the winter of 1963.

1968
Stätzerhorn Ski- und Sessellift AG merged with Skilifte Parpan AG, who was responsible for operating the Sartons and Heimberg lifts.

1969
Merger of Rothornbahn with Schnell-Lifte und Sesselbahn Tgantieni-Piz Scalottas AG, creating Rothornbahn und Scalottas AG. The new company was the only one to operate facilities on both the eastern side as well as the western side.

1972
Formation of Sportbahnen Danis AG, thus closing the gap between the resorts of Scalottas and Stätzerhorn. First tariff association Stätzerhorn und Danis AG.

1976

Expansion of tariff association with introduction of season tickets and day passes, as well as combi tickets which could be varied by guests according to their wishes.

1986

The actual transport association ticket was launched. There was now a ski pass for the entire region, the individual ski resorts could be experienced using a single ticket, a cooperation agreement was put in place with each of the mountain railways and the introduction of electronic data collection devices helped govern the distribution of income.

1999

After Stätzerhorn AG decided to close the Pradaschier ski lift, a local interest group took over the operation of the Pradaschier and Windegga facilities and formed Pradaschier AG. At the same time, the Heimberg lift was sold to Rothornbahn und Scalottas AG.

2001
Merger of Sportbahnen Danis AG and Stätzerhorn Skilifte AG, creating Lenzerheide Bergbahnen Danis Stätz AG.

2005

Merger of Lenzerheide Bergbahnen Danis Stätz AG and Rothornbahn & Scalottas AG, creating Lenzerheide Bergbahnen AG. The new company is one of the largest mountain railways in Graubünden with assets of approx. CHF 100 million and share capital of CHF 7,763,156, generating operating income of approximately CHF 36 million.

2013

Both of the Lenzerheide and Arosa ski resorts were combined together. This created the largest joined-up ski resort in Graubünden. With 225 kilometres of slopes in total, Arosa Lenzerheide is one of the top 10 sites in Switzerland.

 


 

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Anlagen in der Ferienregion Lenzerheide

Anlage anlageart start Ziel länge fahrzeit min. förderkapazität Pers./h
Ostseite (Rothorn) 
Canols-Scharmoin 8er Gondelbahn 1'493 1'906 1'275 5 1'800
Scharmoin-Rothorn Luftseilbahn 1'905 2'857 2'066 6 560
Heimberg 4er Sesselbahn 1'502 2'006 1'516 5 1'800
Weisshorn Speed 6er Sessel Haube 1'839 2'580 2'279 8 1'800
Motta 6er Sessel Haube 1'996 2'283 921 4 1'800
Urdenfürggli 6er Sessel Haube 2'260 2'569 909 4 1'800
Urdenbahn Pendelbahn 2'496 2'562 1'717 4 2 x 850
Crappa Grossa Skilift Bügel 1'910 2'055 440 3 800
Scharmoin Skilift Bügel 1'910 2'100 631 7 800
Kinderlift Parpan Skilift Teller - - - - -
Obertor (Ost-West) 4er Sessel 1'553 1'548 583 4 800
Westseite (Scalottas, Stätzerhorn)
Tgantieni 3er Sessel 1'519 1'751 1'243 5 1'500
Scalottas 3er Sessel 1'751 2'323 1'584 7 1'800
Pedra Grossa 4er Sessel 1'527 1'980 1'528 5 2'100
Lavoz 6er Sessel Haube 1'920 2'323 1'420 4 2'800
Zauberteppich Auarara lang Förderband 1'480 1'494 92 2 500
Zauberteppich Auarara kurz Förderband 1'495 1'500 40 1 500
Skilift Auarara Kinderlift 1'498 1'510 192 3 500
Skilift Fadail I Skilift Bügel 1'480 1'540 340 3 1'000
Skilift Fadail II Skilift Bügel 1'480 1'540 340 3 1'000
Skilift Gertrud Skilift Bügel 1'980 2'257 899 5 1'200
Stätzerhorn 6er Sessel Haube 1'670 2'421 2'265 8 2'800
Stätzertäli 4er Sessel Haube 1'660 2'101 1'675 6 2'400
Churwalden-Heidbüel 8er Gondelbahn 1'245 1'932 1'778 5 1'800
Cumascheals 4er Sessel Haube 1'747 2'288 1'540 6 2'100
Valbella Skilift Bügel 1'549 1'819 1'276 7 1'000
Proschieri Skilift Bügel 1'506 1'700 615 4 1'000
Pradafenz Skilift Bügel 1'244 1'336 704 5 720
Weitere Anlagen
Pradaschier 4er Sessel 1'250 1'730 1'765 9 1'200
Skilift Windegga Skilift Bügel 1'720 2'230 1'450 8 1'000
Skilift Dieschen Skilift Bügel 1'510 1'588 470 3 1'000
Skilift Crestas Skilift Bügel 1'453 1'590 595 5 1'000
Skilift/Kinderland Fastatsch Skilift Bügel 1'430 1'570 610 4 800
Skilift Lantsch/Lenz Skilift Bügel 1'390 1'490 600 3 500

 

 

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