699 Panyer Rundweg
699 Panyer Rundweg
699 Panyer Rundweg
699 Panyer Rundweg

Hiking

Panyer Rundweg

Panyer Rundweg

Pany, Schwimmbad–Chrüz–Stels–Pany, Schwimmbad

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Panyer Rundweg

Panyer Rundweg

Day-long hike over the alpine pastures of Valpun up to Chrüz. At the idyllic mountain lake you can admire the white water lilies and dragonflies. Another highlight: the 70-metre-long suspension bridge over the Grüsttobel. You hike back to Pany via Tratza.
Pany is situated on a sunny south-facing slope in the central part of the Prättigau valley. The starting point of the hike is the car park next to the ski lift above the mountain village. Passing the famous panoramic swimming pool with a view of Klosters and the surrounding mountain world, the path continues on a moderate ascent. At Ruobsteinen you will see the legendary Tüfelstein, the devil’s rock. On its surface you find strange round depressions. Legend has it that these depressions represent the fossilized fingerprints of the devil.

The path continues on a steady climb via Garongs, Lusi and Bova. Hiking through lush mountain meadows with rare flowers you reach the ridge and further on the Chrüz (2196 m above sea level), the highest point of the hike. Here you can enjoy some fantastic panoramic views and sign the summit book. The view extends over the whole Prättigau valley to St. Antönien and the Rätikon region. Passing several small lakes, you then reach the Stelser lake via Gafäll. This is the only place in the whole of Graubünden where the white water lily grows wild, and the highest. The lovely mountain lake is also known for its diversity of insects. Rare species of dragonfly such as the Mermaid or the Spear Azure Maiden can be observed here.

If you find yourself in need of sustenance, make a detour to the Berghaus zum See. The direct route leads through the Scurzwald forest over the Schaftobel and the mighty Grüsttobel suspension bridge. It is over 70 metres long and hovers more than 30 metres above the rugged precipices. The metal construction provides a real suspension bridge feeling. In the Tratzabeizli you can also take a break and enjoy some local dry meat and mountain cheese. You continue along the gravel road to Büelenwies, where the path turns off at Tratzastein and returns to the ski lift valley station via Planarient.
Day-long hike over the alpine pastures of Valpun up to Chrüz. At the idyllic mountain lake you can admire the white water lilies and dragonflies. Another highlight: the 70-metre-long suspension bridge over the Grüsttobel. You hike back to Pany via Tratza.
Pany is situated on a sunny south-facing slope in the central part of the Prättigau valley. The starting point of the hike is the car park next to the ski lift above the mountain village. Passing the famous panoramic swimming pool with a view of Klosters and the surrounding mountain world, the path continues on a moderate ascent. At Ruobsteinen you will see the legendary Tüfelstein, the devil’s rock. On its surface you find strange round depressions. Legend has it that these depressions represent the fossilized fingerprints of the devil.

The path continues on a steady climb via Garongs, Lusi and Bova. Hiking through lush mountain meadows with rare flowers you reach the ridge and further on the Chrüz (2196 m above sea level), the highest point of the hike. Here you can enjoy some fantastic panoramic views and sign the summit book. The view extends over the whole Prättigau valley to St. Antönien and the Rätikon region. Passing several small lakes, you then reach the Stelser lake via Gafäll. This is the only place in the whole of Graubünden where the white water lily grows wild, and the highest. The lovely mountain lake is also known for its diversity of insects. Rare species of dragonfly such as the Mermaid or the Spear Azure Maiden can be observed here.

If you find yourself in need of sustenance, make a detour to the Berghaus zum See. The direct route leads through the Scurzwald forest over the Schaftobel and the mighty Grüsttobel suspension bridge. It is over 70 metres long and hovers more than 30 metres above the rugged precipices. The metal construction provides a real suspension bridge feeling. In the Tratzabeizli you can also take a break and enjoy some local dry meat and mountain cheese. You continue along the gravel road to Büelenwies, where the path turns off at Tratzastein and returns to the ski lift valley station via Planarient.
16 km | 1 Stage
1100 m | 1100 m
5 h 45 min
medium (mountain hiking trail) | difficult

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel Pany, Schwimmbad
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Season

Season
Attention: There can be snow on the higher reaches of the trail, even in summertime.

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel Pany, Schwimmbad
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Contact

Pany-St. Antönien Tourismus
Panyerstrasse 39
7243 Pany
Tel. +41 (0)81 300 32 22
info@pany-stantoenien.ch
www.pany-stantoenien.ch

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Fasmarauserhof
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Places of interest

Farm visit - «Chrüzhof»
Farm visit - «Chrüzhof»
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Swimming

Swimming pool Pany
Swimming pool Pany
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Signalization

Signalization
For hiking, follow the logo indicated on the yellow signposts. Take a printout of our web map on your hike for safety's sake.
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