The Arosa train line winds its way up into the Swiss highlands from Chur, rising over 3,000 feet in just 16 miles.
Approximately 40 minutes into the one-hour ride, the train turns right at Langwies to cross the Langwieser Viaduct, a soaring wonder of Swiss engineering.
So, when the train arrives in Arosa, it seems like home. You're at the mountain's end of the line.
You've arrived at a lovely mountain community set into a valley flanked by snow-capped peaks.
Step off the train and horse-drawn carriages will take you to your accommodation.
This is your dream Swiss town.
Although not as well-known as St. Moritz and Gstaad on the international ski circuit, Arosa is a popular destination for young Zürich couples looking for a last-minute city break.