Climbing garden Gruoben Grüenwändli (Rätikon Ost)
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At the back of the Gruobenkessel, in the middle of the well-known karst area, lies the climbing area "Gruoben".
The Gruobenflüeli area offers mainly steep plate climbing. Through the 160 m high Flüeli you will find 15 routes between the 5th and 8th difficulty level. Rock'n Roll (7+), Hüenerhaut (7-) and Nebelmeer (6+) are the most popular. In the area of the Grüenwändli you will find up to 40 climbing routes, a playground for pleasure climbers.
Between Grüenfürggli and Tilisunafürggli there are ideal climbing rocks with the best ambience. The existing climbing area "Grüenwändli" was supplemented by new, very well secured routes. These offer wonderful, even fantastic climbing on the best, water-eaten rock. The existing "Grüenwändli" area was developed in the summer of 1993 by Ernst Heusser and Markus Janett. In 2009, the Gruenwändli area was expanded by the Gruoben climbing garden. The routes were set up by Mario Luginbühl, Vital Eggenberger and some helpers. Together with the "Gruobenflüeli" on the left, whose routes have also been renovated and are considered well secured, the climbing area "Gruoben" offers an ideal playground for climbing enthusiasts.
The existing routes from 1993 (routes 3 to 17) are well secured with drill hooks, but further hook spacing is to be expected in some of the lighter places. In some cases, these can be defused by means of mobile backup devices. The stands are all equipped with two drill hooks and partly connected with chains. The new routes to the left and right of it are very well and completely secured with drill hooks and it can be climbed stress-free. The stands are all created by means of modern chain stands.
From July to August, the Bus takes you from St. Antönien Rüti to the Berghaus Alpenrösli. For guests staying overnight in the municipality, the use of the bus is free, for other guests inexpensive.
They are personally responsible for your safety! You use the routes at your own risk - creators disclaim any liability. Insurance coverage is a matter for each individual.
The amount of climbing equipment required depends, among other things, on the route to be completed. For the most part, the climbing guides deal with the required additional material that needs to be taken along with the exact route.
With the Rhaetian Railway RhB to Schiers (90.218) or Küblis (90.222) and with the PostBus to St. Antönien. Some of the courses run to the stop Sagaris / Garstett half an hour's walk below Partnun, the remaining courses to St.Antönien Platz (village). From St. Antönien Sagaris you can use the Bus alpin (reservation required) to the Berghaus Alpenrösli in Partnun
Take the A13 motorway to Landquart. Take exit 14 and take the N28 national road towards Landquart, Davos, Vereina. Leave the national road in Küblis in the direction of St. Antönien, Conters, Küblis. Follow the mountain road to St. Antönien, then drive in the direction of Partnun.
In St. Antönien all parking spaces are subject to a charge. In the car parks you can pay with cash, Parkingpay-App, Easy-Park or TWINT. The last car park P6 with day ticket is located below Partnunstafel, about 3.5 km outside of St. Antönien.
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