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Scenically impressive but easy ski tour in the Switzerland/Austrian border area.
From St. Antönien village or the last car park P5 in the Rüti it goes on the rolled road in the direction of Partnun. From Partnun-Stafel the same track as on the Schollberg leads towards Engi and then in a southerly direction up into the Tälli. At the junction Silbertäli (westwards), Riedchopftäli (southwards) you take the left valley and climb in an easterly direction up to Breitfurgga, the border between Switzerland and Austria. Along the ridge we reach the Rotspitz in a northerly direction. The descent takes place along the ascent track.
Soak up winter sun and energy on the sun terraces of the Sulzfluh and Alpenrose mountain houses.
The ski and snowshoe routes are to be understood as general directions. No guarantee is assumed for the accuracy, completeness and timeliness of the route information. For accidents that occur from the use of the information from the route data, any liability is rejected. The route must always be studied in the corresponding literature before each tour. Detailed tour planning is strongly recommended. The practice of ski touring in alpine terrain is at your own risk.
Current information on the avalanche situation: www.slf.ch
Ski tours require good preparation (training), complete equipment (avalanche transceiver, shovel, probe, mobile phone) and can only be undertaken in favourable weather and avalanche situations.
St. Antönien - Chüeschärmen - Partnunstafel - Engi - Tälli - Breitfurgga - Rotspitz
Take the Rhaetian Railway RhB to Schiers or Küblis and by post bus to St. Antönien. (timetable field 90.218 or 90.222)
Take the A13 and the N28 in the direction of Davos to Küblis, then follow luzeinerstrasse to Pany / St. Antönien.
In winter, the last parking lot is in St. Antönien Rüti (P5). In St. Antönien all parking spaces are subject to a charge. In the parking lots you can pay with cash, Parkingpay app, Easy-Park or Twint.
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