City Luzein

St. Antönien

St. Antönien, hinter dem Mond, links
Bergsteiger Dorf St. Antönien

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Der glasklare Partnunsee

The first mountaineering village in Switzerland
The small Walser settlement of St. Antönien is located at 1450 m in the middle of a fantastic mountain world. The valley is a well-known hiking and ski touring paradise and at the same time the starting point for fascinating circular tours in the Rätikon area. A variety of peaks invite you to enjoyable ascents and wonderful descents. A favourite among the winter hiking trails is the approximately 9.5 km long route via the "Bodähütte" to Pany.


Cosy mountain houses and restaurants invite you to spoil not only the eyes, but also the palate.

In summer, a well-developed network of hiking trails offers opportunities in all directions. Be it to the Ascharineralp, to the Meierhofer Älpli, to the Gafiatal, to Partnun, to the summit of the Sulzfluh or across the border into the Montafon. In St. Antönien you will also find via ferratas and several alpine climbing gardens on Lake Partnunsee and at the Gruoben Pass. Bikers are welcome, signposted routes offer numerous tour possibilities. In winter a popular starting point for all ski mountaineers. Whether on skis or snowshoes, our tour guides will be happy to accompany you on an unforgettable tour through the deep snow up to the beautiful mountain peaks. At the Junker ski lift and the children's lift, both the small and sporty piste racers get their money's worth. Whether skating or classic, on the Aschüel trail you can do your rounds with a wonderful view.

Peaceful hours can be spent on the shores of the crystal-clear Lake Partnoun or Lake Carschina: Take a leisurely round with the rowing boat, barbecue or experience the magic of a swim in the mountain lake.

Overnight guests benefit with the Pany-St. Antönien guest card of various discounts and free services. Inquire directly with the host of your choice!


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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