Building on the success of the 2017 NSpine Arosa Masterclass Platinum Event, NSpine is delighted to be returning to the Kulm Hotel in 2018.
The quality of the 2017 meeting was nothing short of stellar. Delegates and faculty confi rmed the complexity of cases presented and quality of debates to have been amongst the most constructive and educational ever experienced. Approximately 80 complex cases from all areas of spinal surgery were discussed. The calibre of delegates and faculty allowed for unusually open and constructive
debate on techniques and indications with all taking home new learning points.
For 2018 the faculty has been expanded and the use of a second break-out room to cover highly specialised topics in even greater detail is planned. The format will again be that of Masterclass case discussions. The character of the meeting is open and friendly debate over 6 hours of case discussion per day. The long lunch break allows a choice of winter sports or recuperation in the exceptional
hotel spa. The day is concluded with a networking dinner in one of the outstanding Kulm restaurants.
Family is very welcome to attend.
Arriving by car
Up-to-date information is provided via www.arosa.ch.
From Chur it is about 40 minutes on road going up. The Schanfiggerstrasse winds its way through the valley and crosses over 30km and around 360 curves while climbing 1320m in elevation.
Caution: Check the current road condition, especially in winter, before setting off. A glance at the general traffic information is also recommended!
Arriving by train
The Arosa railway slowly winds its way down through Chur, past the Stadtmauer, Malteserturm and Obertor, the landmark of the Bündner capital. But the city stroll on rails does not last long. At the city boundary, the Arosa railway changes into the mountain railway and winds its way through the wild Schanfigger valley up to the well-known resort Arosa. On the only 26 km long track the train climbs over a thousand meters.
By the way, the train route Lüen-Castiel-Arosa and retour is included in the Arosa Card during the summer and in the winter it is included in the ski and hiking pass. More information about the public transport offer can be found here.
From the Friedrichshafen airport, the Graubünden Express (shuttle bus) brings you comfortably to Chur. From Zurich, the Intercity runs into the Bündner capital. From there you can easily travel with the Rhaetian Railway through the idyllic landscape all the way to Arosa.
Private aircrafts are recommended to to land in Altenrhein.
Useful country information
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