E-Bike Tour von St. Antönien zum Partnunsee

Simple
12.9 km
1:20 h
453 mhd
453 mhd
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Im Kanton Graubünden nutzen Biker und Wanderer die gleichen Trails: Weg vom Partnunsee hinunter zum Brückli.
Easy e-bike tour from St. Antönien up to lake Partnun, which is one of the true pearls among the Graubünden mountain lakes.
Technique 1/6
Fitness 2/6
Highest Point  1870 m
Lowest Point  1418 m
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Start
St. Antönien Square
Destination
St. Antönien Square
Coordinates
46.969569, 9.814267

Details

Description

The tour runs mostly on the road in the direction of the mountain houses in Partnun. From the bridge above the "Alpenrösli" the route leads as a wide hiking trail up to the Partnunsee. The route is technically very easy, but sometimes a bit steep. Please also note this for the return journey. Alternatively, leave your bike at the bottom of the bridge and hike the last 70 meters of altitude.

Rowing boats can be rented at Lake Partnun for a small fee. Or you can use one of the various fireplaces around the lake to take a break and prepare something fine on the grill. Daring people take a dip in the cold lake.

Geheimtipp

If you prefer to be pampered, you will certainly find something fine on the menu in one of the two mountain houses!

Directions

St. Antönien Platz - Rüti - Partnunstafel - Partnunsee (and back again)

Directions

Public Transport

With the Rhätischen Bahn RhB (from Landquart or Davos) to Küblis and with the Postbus to St. Antönien (Timesogram 90.222).

Anreise Information

On the A13 and N28 to Küblis, shortly after the roundabout turn left towards Luzein, Pany, St. Antönien.

Parken

Please note: In St. Antönien all parking spaces are subject to a charge. The parking machines accept coins in CHF and Euro. Parking lot P2 is located in the village center just above the church.

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