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Avalanche Rescue Training Center St. Antönien

Lawinenrettung-Trainingscenter in St. Antönien
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Lawinenrettung-Trainingscenter in St. Antönien

The training facility for the search with avalanche transceivers (avalanche transceivers) is located at the Postbus turning point in St. Antönien, after the bridge towards Ascharina. The facility makes it possible for all interested parties to train the search for avalanche victims with their avalanche transceivers under realistic conditions.

Avalanche Rescue Training Center St. Antönien

Gemeinde Luzein/Pany-St. Antönien Tourismus, 7243 Pany


More and more people are enjoying winter away from marked slopes, be it with touring skis or more and more often, with snowshoes. In these activities, it is essential to be able to correctly assess the situation with regard to weather, snow conditions and avalanche risk. A large number of providers offer various courses, but what always remains is a residual risk. In order to be prepared for the worst-case scenario, you should use state-of-the-art avalanche transceivers and train the use of the devices again and again and check the functionality before a tour. Because nothing is as important as the fast rescue of comrades with the avalanche transceiver in an emergency. The first 3 minutes are vital for the survival of the buried person.


Use of the training ground is free of charge. Avalanche transceivers, probes and avalanche shovels can be rented at the guest information office in St. Antönien. 


Public Transport

With the Rhaetian Railway RhB to Schiers or Küblis and with the Postbus to St. Antönien.


On the A13 and A28 to Küblis, then turn left through the underpass towards Luzein, Pany, St. Antönien,


In St. Antönien all parking spaces are subject to a charge. In the parking lots you can pay with cash, Parkingpay app, Easy-Park or Twint.


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