Winter hiking trail Calondis circular tour
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The 'Calondis round trip is one of the winter hiking pearls in Pany. It combines almost three hours of exercise in the crystal-clear winter air with wonderful landscape impressions and a fabulous view over the entire Prättigau, in the ascent especially over the rear Prättigau, in the descent then to the front Prättigau. Despite the ascent of almost 400 meters in altitude, it is also ideal for families and children. Various benches along the way invite you to linger and enjoy, e.g. also in the idyllic mountain hut village of Tratza.
The route is usually groomed from Christmas to mid-March.
Take your sledge with you! From Tratza to Büelenwies and on to Maiensäss you can go tobogganing.
The tour can also be run in the opposite direction.
The winter hiking trail may be temporarily closed for safety reasons after large snowfalls and in case of great warming towards spring. Observe the signaling.
In case of persistent snowfall, the paths are not prepared until the following day.
Normal winter hiking equipment; Poles recommended
From the ski lift car park, take Bovastrasse in the direction of Bova/Boden. Past the Chrüzhof you climb pleasantly and almost continuously in the sun higher to the signposted branch to the left (winter signpost). Through forest and Maiensässwiesen it continues slightly upwards to the culmination point 'Calondis' at 1729 m. In the descent you reach the Maiensässd village Tratza and follow the descent (also toboggan run) in the direction of Pany/Riedwies. At the second junction to the left, take the direct descent back to the ski lift and reach the starting point.
Take the A13 to Landquart, continue on the B28 to Küblis, then follow Luzeinerstrasse up to the left (northwards) to Pany.
Summer and winter: P41 ski lift, P42 Güggelstein, P43 swimming pool
Only in winter: P44 Riedwie's
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