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After the start in Partnun you climb over lush pastures up to the entrance of the Gamstobel. A small rock step secured with wire ropes requires concentration before the path runs steeply and through the loose scree also streniously in the direction of Sulzfluh. Arrived at point 2698, a detour to the 2817m high Sulzfluh summit is worthwhile. The panorama compensates for all the effort. Over the extensive and barren karst terrain you follow the Karrenfeld along the border to Austria in the direction of Tilisunahütte. The terrain is lovely green again. After a short detour to the Tilisunahütte it goes up to the Grüen Fürggli, where the border back to Switzerland is also located. Now it goes past the karst caves and flat limestone walls down with a view of the crystal clear Lake Partnun. Passing the lake on the right, you will soon reach the starting point Partnun again.
About the author:
Stephan Hugenschmidt is the winner and course record holder of the Eiger Ultra, Zugspitz Ultratrail and Madrisa Trail. Stephan lives in Grüsch and knows the trails in Prättigau like the back of his hand. He particularly loves in Prättigau that the trails are not overcrowded and you can be on the road for hours in an intact nature.
Take the Rhaetian Railway to Schiers or Küblis and the post bus 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 take the Bus Alpin den Bus alpin to 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, 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 parking lots you can pay with cash, Parkingpay app, Easy-Park or Twint. The last parking lot P6 with day ticket is located below Partnunstafel, about 3.5 km outside of St. Antönien. The parking lot below the mountain houses is reserved for house guests.
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