The mountain village of Tschiertschen in the swiss canton of grisons is situated in the middle of the Arosa – Lenzerheide region, 15 minutes from Chur by car.
It has a peaceful and tranquil atmosphere, and a sense of harmony with nature that will mean you quickly leave the hustle and bustle behind you. Time seems to stand still as you walk down the narrow streets past the village’s traditional wooden[SA1] buildings. Immerse yourself in the history of the village and decipher the inscriptions on the centuries-old buildings. Relax in the peace, the natural surroundings and the feeling of being at home.
Enjoy the natural Tschiertschen mountain scenery – an increasingly rare experience – with skiing and snowshoe hiking in winter, and biking, hiking and Nordic walking in summer.
Just as in years gone by, you’ll meet scarcely anyone on your strolls through the mountains. “The mountains belong to me” – in the truest sense of the phrase.
[SA1]As I've already indicated, both "wood" und "wooden" work equally well here. I've left the word "buildings" because that gives a broader meaning: in EN, "houses" would indicate solely residential dwellings. Obviously if that's the intended meaning, the word can be changed.