St. Antönien

Graubünden

The sunny Walser village lies at an altitude of 1450 meters roughly 15 km from Klosters in pretty Prättigau and is known to be a most popular climbing and ski-tours paradise. Small and original with oodles of charm.

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The St. Antöniental, a side valley in Prättigau, is a unique discovery! Superb routes lead mountain hikers over famous crossings such as the gigantic “Swiss Door” leading to neighboring Austria. Back in Switzerland, one can’t help but marvel at the emerald-green waters of the Partnunsee lake, which is not wrongly described as one of world’s most amazing mountain lakes. Those with high intentions can take Graubünden’s first official via ferrata (2818m) to the Salzfluh – after which you’re wise to consider the rewards of a cozy mountain hut by the Partun pond or spending a while in the modern St. Antönien mountain hotel.

Besides various homely mountain dwellings, small hotels, B & B establishments as well as holiday apartments for single persons or even large groups are discovered in St. Antönien.

Summer

During summer St. Antönien offers everything imaginable associated with mountain holidays: Space, stunning nature, via ferrata, climbing gardens, mountain lakes and well kept and clearly signposted bike and hiking paths.

Highlights

  • Fantastic climbing region with Graubünden’s first official via ferrata leading to the Sulzfluh (2818 m) and diverse climbing gardens for families and beginners.
  • Partnunsee lake with rowing boats and open-fire grill spots Paradise for ski tours Typical Walser village (on the Walserweg path).

Top Events

  • St. Antönien Summer Folk’s Music (July).
  • Partnun Country Fair and Openair in hospitable Alpine-hut ambiance (August).

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