Swimming pool Pany
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On the Prättigau sun terrace, 1300 m above sea level.M., lies the Pany swimming pool, one of the highest (unheated) outdoor pools in Europe. In addition to the wonderful cooling off, enjoy the fantastic mountain panorama.
What could be better than cooling off in the refreshing water after a hike or mountain bike tour! Despite the high altitude, the water temperature rises to over 20° C in summer and invites you to swim and splash around.
An attraction for young and old are the refreshing water feature and the huge air mattress. From this or from the 1-meter diving board you can take a bold plunge into the beautiful water, and in the separate children's paddling pool with fountain, even the little ones feel completely comfortable. From the sunbathing lawn you have a wonderful view of the fantastic mountain panorama. While the parents roast the sausages on the grill, the children can let off steam on the spacious playground outside the swimming pool, on the football field, swings, climbing or slides. The older ones can linger in the swimming pool at the ping-pong or football table for an exciting game.
For all those forgetful and those who did not know that you can even bathe in Pany: bathing clothes, beach towels and umbrellas can be rented! Lockers are also available.
The beautifully located swimming pool restaurant is also accessible to hikers, walkers and passers-by (without swimming pool admission). Parking is available directly at the swimming pool.
Do you feel like a fine ice cream, a small snack or a fine salad plate? At the kiosk, these wishes and many more will be fulfilled. Let yourself be pampered by the restaurant team! Even in winter, the swimming pool does not remain unused, the water is used for snowmaking on the ski slopes.
With the Rhaetian Railway RhB to Schiers or Küblis and by Postbus to Pany stop "Skilift".
On the A13 and A28 to Küblis, then left through the underpass towards Luzein, Pany, direction ski lift/swimming pool.
Parking Ski lift or swimming pool
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