Buchner Tobel suspension bridge tour
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Hike through the wildly romantic Buchner Tobel, over the new Grüsttobel suspension bridge to the Stelserberg.
A hike far away from the big hiking streams over quiet mountain paths, around an unknown Prättigauer side valley. Highlights along the way are the new suspension bridge (70m long) over the Grüsttobel and the nature reserve at Stelsersee. On this tour you get to know Pany and its surroundings from a whole new side!
Don't miss the Stelsersee! The hiking trail runs a little below and leaves the lake on the right. The short ascent to the lake and the nature reserve is worthwhile - ideal place also for the lunch break, panorama over the whole Prättigau included.
If you climb a few minutes northwards from Lake Stelsersee to the wide ridge of the Stelserberg, you will discover much more: There are the large Rätikon limestone walls trellis! The panorama from the terrace from the mountain house to the lake can be enjoyed particularly well!
Hassle-free and well-marked hiking trails. In case of poor visibility, do not leave the marked route.
Good footwear, mountain hiking clothing adapted to the season and a map in your backpack are recommended.
From the village square Pany follow the hiking trail up to the village to the ski lift Pany and directly through field and forest to the Maiensässd village Tratza. Above Tratza, the hiking trail branches off to the left in the direction of Stelserberg. Slightly descending through the forest you reach the new suspension bridge over the Grüsttobel in the impressive steep flank of the Buchner Tobel. Continuing with ups and downs, the hiking trail leads to the large terrace of the Stelserberg.
Take the A13 and A28 to Küblis. Shortly after the sign in Küblis turn left (underpass) and follow the Luzeinerstrasse uphill to Pany.
Summer and winter: P41 ski lift, P42 Güggelstein, P43 swimming pool, parking is subject to charges. It can be paid with cash, Parkingpay-App, Easy-Park or TWINT.
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