Wade in the footsteps of the 'Sherlock Holmes' inventor Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and start a ski tour from Arosa to Davos and back again on 14 March or 5 April.
A deerstalker's cap, a magnifying glass and a Calabash pipe: the novel character 'Sherlock Holmes' invented by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle has become the epitome of the detective. But what few people know about Doyle himself: is that he is the skiing promoter of Davos. For example, his legendary ski tour report about the tour from Davos to Arosa over 126 years ago laid the foundation for the skiing boom.
Ski tour on the tracks of Sherlock Holmes: 14 March and 5 April
On Saturday 14 March and Sunday 5 April you will have the chance to follow in the footsteps of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle with a trained ski tour guide. Simply in reverse order: because the ski tour leads from Arosa via the Maienfelder Furgga down to Stafelalp in Davos. And then via Weissfluh and Haupter Tälli or Strelapass to Langwies. From there, a train journey takes guests back to Arosa.
Attractive ski touring package
The tour costs 200 Swiss francs per person including guide, ski touring equipment, lunch on Stafelalp as well as all transport and cable car rides. More information can be found in the corresponding flyer. Book now, because there are only 20 starting places available per ski tour.
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