Family climbing garden Partnunsee
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On the idyllic Partnunsee is the climbing garden with three large blocks. The routes with funny names such as "Wizard Rumburak" or "Gimli the Dwarf" are waiting for beginners and families who want to try their hand at the Element Fels for the first time.
On the lake there are fire pits and even boats that can be borrowed.
Number of routes
2b - 7b
up to 12 m
climbing harness, climbing shoes, helmet, 30 m rope, 10 express slings and abseiling device
170 / 209 120
From St. Antönien Rüti (1461 m.a.s..M l.) on the road on foot into the valley or by car to car park P6 (last parking with parking ticket). From there follow the path to the Berghaus Alpenrösli (approx. 30 min. from PP). Then follow the marked hiking trail to Lake Partnun (approx. 25 min.). In the summer season from the end of June, the bus runs alpine to Partnun (see https://sbb.ch). The parking lot in Partnun may only be used with a half-yearly or annual parking card.
Block 1 & 2
Little Witch Shota
Bilbo Beutelin - Wikipedia
Sam Gamtschie - Wikipedia
Gimli the Dwarf
Gandalf the Wise
Legolas the Light-footed
The Bad Wolf
The little Muck
on the lake, two rowing boats for rent are available.
The use of the climbing garden is at your own risk. Basic knowledge of rope handling and safety technology is required. For beginners, it is recommended to hire a mountain guide. The creators disclaim any liability. Insurance coverage is a matter for each individual. In winter, the climbing areas are not accessible. All information without guarantee.
With the Rhaetian Railway RhB to Schiers or Küblis and with the Postbus to St. Antönien.Im summer from the beginning of July to mid-August daily, mid-August to mid-October on weekends, the bus runs alpine
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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