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Bus alpin Pany St. Antönien


The bus alpine lines are connected to the PostBus line 90.222 (Küblis-Pany-St. Antönien) – with coordinated connections. The alpine bus operation is linked to the timetable and the SBB timetable.


Operates daily from 1 July to 13 August 2023

Weekend operation from 19 August to 22 October 2023

The reservation platform will be activated after Easter.

Reservations required:

Free cancellation possible up to 2 days before booking date
Phone +41 81 300 32 22 Monday - Thursday, 8.00 - 11.00 and 14.00 -
17.00 Friday , 8.00 - 11.00 By
mail on weekdays and until Friday, 12.00

No bike transport possible, paragliding transport limited.
On snow-covered roads no bus service possible. Thank you for your understanding.

At the back of the basin of St. Antönien below the impressively beautiful rock faces of the Sulzflue and Schijenflue lies the hamlet of Partnun, 1760 m above sea level, one of the most popular excursion destinations. About 15 minutes away from the Stafel with the mountain houses Sulzfluh and Alpenrösli, lies the idyllic Partnunsee. It invites you to linger with barbecue areas and boats. Countless mountain hikes can be made from Partnun - even beyond the national border.

In Gafiental, affectionately called "Dörfji" by the locals, the first Walser settled in the St. Antöniertal. A scenic side valley of St. Antönien with a magnificent alpine flora and the Schlangenstein as a mystical landmark of the valley. Hiking trails lead through the Gafiental via the St. Antönierjoch and over the Gafierjoch to neighbouring Montafon (AT).


The ascent leads to the barrack village of Bärgli (2134 m above sea level), which impresses with its beautiful view over the St. Antöniertal and a magnificent mountain panorama. The beautifully situated small Lake Carschina is not far away. At the lake there is a barbecue area and a small boat, which can be rented for round trips. From the lake, the hiking trail leads to the Carschinahütte SAC, from where numerous hiking trails lead along the imposing Rätikon with the Sulzfluh, the Drusenfluh and the Kirchlispitzen to neighboring Austria.


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in the Pany-St. Antönien


Route / Fares Adults 7 to 16 years
St. Antönien, Rüti - Gafia-Edelweiss Fr. 4.- Fr. 2.- St. Antönien, Sagaris - Partnun Fr. 6.- Fr. 3.- St. Antönien, Platz – Bärgli Fr. 8.- Fr. 4.-

  • Up to 6 years the use of the bus alpin is free of charge
  • With Pany-St. Antönien Card free of charge
  • No discount with GA, BÜGA, 1/2 tax or similar
  • Fare not included in public transport ticket
  • Dogs are charged at the children's rate


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