Alternative: If you want even more rock contact, replace the ascent through the Gemschtobel with the via ferrata Sulzfluh.
Rest stopsBerghaus Sulzfluh
Safety informationThe trail is classified as T4 (alpine hiking) on the section between the "Karrenfeld" and the caves - there are few trail markings, good orientation is a prerequisite (if marked: white-blue-white, according to the SAC hiking scale). The other trail sections are classified as challenging mountain hiking trail (T3-T3+, marked: red-white).
Path / Terrain: Path not visible everywhere, route partly pathless, crags, partly exposed.Requirements: Familiarity with exposed terrain, sturdy trekking shoes, good orientation skills.
About the caves - exploring the caves is at your own risk. It is recommended to go with experienced persons (mountain guides, speleologists). Even with little fresh snow, the entrances are prone to snow slides.
Getting thereVia the A13 freeway to Landquart, continue on the N28 national road in the direction of Davos / Vereina. In Küblis leave the national road and turn left after the traffic circle at the entrance to the village in the direction of Luzein, Pany, St. Antönien. Follow the mountain road to St. Antönien, continue through the village to Rüti. In direction Partnun until the last parking lot P6 in Garstett.
ParkingIn St. Antönien, all parking spaces are subject to a fee. In the parking lots you can pay with cash, Parkingpay app, Easy-Park or Twint. The last parking lot P6 Garstett with day ticket is located below Partnunstafel, about 3.5 km outside of St. Antönien.
The parking lot below the restaurants Alpenrösli & Sulzfluh is reserved for the house guests.
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EquipmentSturdy mountain boots, mountain hiking clothes suitable for the season. An up-to-date hiking map in your backpack is just as advisable as protection against the sun, rain and heat, a water bottle and provisions for the tour. Touring poles increase surefootedness and take the strain off your joints. For emergencies: first aid kit, emergency blanket, cell phone. In addition, a compass and altimeter may be advisable.
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