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The Madrisa round trip starts in Klosters-Dorf. From there, the gondola lift on Madrisa, the new Schaffürggli chairlift and the Madrisa lift are used to reach around 2500m. From the Madrisa ski area you cross eastwards to the Schlappinerjoch (2203m) and then drive north down into the Valzifenztal. Through this valley you reach Gargellen (1420m) in the Montafon (Austria). A chairlift (Schafbergbahn) and a ski lift (Kristallbahn) take you back to an altitude of 2200m. A short descent northwards along the valley run to Gargellen is followed by a 45-minute ascent to the St. Antönier-Joch.
A wonderful descent through the Alpeltitälli to St. Antönien concludes the Madrisa round trip. What is a fantastic 3-day tour in summer can be experienced effortlessly in one day in winter.
After a well-deserved break in one of the cosy restaurants in St. Antönien, Postbuses drive to Küblis. There you can take the Rhaetian Railway back to Klosters-Dorf.
Round trip tickets available online here or directly at the valley station of the Madrisa mountain railways in Klosters.
The ski and snowshoe routes are to be understood as general directions. Depending on the conditions, ascent and descent routes must be adapted. No guarantee can be given for the correctness, completeness and timeliness of the information.
The practice of ski touring in open terrain is at your own risk. Every tourer is strongly advised to thoroughly prepare, plan routes and obtain up-to-date information on the snow and avalanche situation. Avalanche situation report and snow info: www.slf.ch
For accidents resulting from the use of the published information and the route information, any liability is rejected.
In case of doubt, let yourself be accompanied by experienced tourers or a mountain guide: www.praettigau.info/bergfuehrer
To Landquart take the Schweizerische Bundesbahn (SBB), then change to the Rhätische Bahn (RhB) in the direction of Davos-Platz. Get off in Klosters-Dorf.
Attention: Trains towards Scuol-Tarasp do not stop in Klosters-Dorf!
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