Restaurant Luzein


Tratzabeizli im Sommer

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Tratza is an idyllic Maiensäss settlement above Pany at 1600 m above sea level.M. with a wonderful panoramic view over the entire Prättigau to the Flumserbergen. Via various hiking and snowshoe trails you will find the way to us in Tratza. No matter if you like it cozy or rather sporty. From Pany you can follow the Tratzastrasse to the Gaschneida junction. There continue to the right on the Tratza road and on the nature trail up to Tratza (about 40 minutes).

In summer we recommend the hike from the Stelserberg over the suspension bridge in the Buchnertobel to Tratza, or a fun descent with the scooter to Schiers. Scooter rental directly at the Beizli. In the Prettigau tour portal you will find a large selection of hiking suggestions. 

In winter, from the Pany ski lift, you can reach Tratza via the marked path. For the way home, it is best to take the sledge with you. The toboggan run from Tratza to Pany is particularly suitable for children, as it has no steep slopes. 

In our Hofbeizli, on the beautiful hiking route from Stels over the suspension bridge to Tratza and on to St. Antönien or Pany, we spoil you with alpine cheese, bacon and mixed Plättli. The juicy house sausage and the Wienerli also come from the region. Various cakes, fruit jugs and Totenbeinli are made in-house.

Special occasions up to 25 people on request.

In summer: Every Friday from 6.00 pm barbecue or home cooking. Please register at +41 79 786 53 61
Every Sunday, from 10.00 - 12.00 Tratza-Zmorgät. Please register at +41 79 786 53 61

In winter: Every Friday evening, fondue or home cooking, registration required.

Mary and Hansjörg Mathis


Public Transport

With the Rhaetian Railway RhB to Schiers or Küblis and with the PostBus to Pany stop "Börtji".


On the A13 and A28 to Küblis, then left in the city through the underpass towards Luzein, Pany to the ski lift parking lot.


Ski lift parking Pany


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