Through crunching snow.

Snowshoeing

Schneeschuhtour
While in the front part of the Prättigau the landscape is rather gentle and hilly and therefore also offers ideal terrain for snowshoe novices, in the middle and rear Prättigau you will also find areas with predominantly alpine routes for more ambitious snowshoe walkers. In addition to signalled tours, you can also look forward to snowshoe experiences with local guides. Let yourself be whisked away to the winter magic land and enjoy the security of arriving safely.
Mondscheintour

Safety first.

Guided tours and courses

Let us show you the most beautiful corners of the Prättigau.

If you would like to experience the snow-covered landscape with an expert guide, an attractive range of guided tours awaits you.

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Outdooractive Regio

Planning the adventure. Tour planning

The most important factor for a successful tour is careful planning of the route and its alternatives - it not only ensures anticipation, but also safety and consideration on the mountain.

The most important factor for a successful tour is careful planning of the route and its alternatives - it not only ensures anticipation, but also safety and consideration on the mountain.

To the touring portal
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Lawinenbulletin

Considering the hazards. Avalanche Bulletin

Awareness of the avalanche situation is essential away from secured pistes and when skiing or snowshoeing. The avalanche bulletin produced daily by the SLF helps to assess the situation.

Awareness of the avalanche situation is essential away from secured pistes and when skiing or snowshoeing. The avalanche bulletin produced daily by the SLF helps to assess the situation.

To the avalanche bulletin
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Lawinentrainingscenter in St. Antönien

Training for emergencies. Avalanche training centres

In the two permanent training facilities in Partnun and St. Antönien, you can learn and practise searching with avalanche transceivers (LVS).

To the training centres

Important.

Respecting Nature

Go on a voyage of discovery in the fascinating mountain world and collect wonderful winter experiences. And don't forget! On our tours we are visiting the habitat of wild animals and plants. In order for this to continue, respect and consideration are required. Thank you for respecting nature.

Rules for more nature

  • Observe protected areas - Here you will find the current game protection areas and game rest zones in Graubünden. The areas to be observed are mentioned in our tours.
  • Avoid forest edges and snow-free areas - this is where wild animals prefer to stay.
  • Evade or wait - this way the wild animals can move away in peace. Don't forget to enjoy the view.
  • Use existing routes and paths - frequently used routes are known to wildlife.
  • Keep dogs on a leash (especially in the forest) - wild animals flee from free-roaming dogs.
  • Avoid twilight times where possible - they like to feed at these times.

More information: www.respektiere-deine-grenzen.ch​​​​​​​