The holiday region of Lenzerheide offers guests a 360° sunshine experience and a spectacular range of winter sports. The centrepiece of the region is the state-of-the-art Roland Arena.

The holiday region of Lenzerheide is a sports oasis at the heart of Canton Graubünden. Thanks to the two sunlit valley sides, guests can enjoy 360° of sunshine and a range of winter sports that leave nothing to be desired: from skiing at sunrise to winter hiking, night cross-country skiing and a circuit of the biathlon course.

A special highlight of the Lenzerheide holiday region is the state-of-the-art Roland Arena. At the heart of the biathlon facilities is the world cup-compliant and fully automatic shooting range for 30 athletes, which is used both in international competitions and by amateur athletes for introductory courses.

The Nordic House opened in 2016, and provides a combined meeting place, accommodation and refreshment centre located directly beside the cross-country ski trail in Lantsch/Lenz. Access to the 56 km network of trails is right on the doorstep. Thanks to the weather-independent snowmaking equipment, the trail is open from October.

Sporting inspiration in the Lenzerheide holiday region is provided by numerous world-class events such as the FIS Tour de Ski or the FIS Ski World Cup. In addition, the IBU Youth and Junior World Championships Biathlon, an important event for the Roland Arena, took place in early 2020. Around 7,000 spectators followed the competitions of the approximately 500 athletes from all over the world. Those responsible can look back on a great event and a successful test event for the biathlon races of the Lucerne 2021 Winter Universiade. Lenzerheide has once again distinguished itself as the ideal host for the biathlon family in January 2021.

In summer the region is a paradise for bikers, hikers and biathlon enthusiasts. In the warmer months world cup stars train alongside amateur athletes on the 1.6 km roller ski track. The new trend "bike biathlon" is particularly popular with guests.