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Küblis is a small village that offers guests the best conditions for peace and relaxation. The old village centre is still home to some original farmhouses and manor houses.
The stately houses of Küblis and the church with the well-known stained glass windows are among the highlights on the stage of the Grand Tour of Switzerland. Thanks to its central location in the middle of Prättigau, you can quickly and easily reach the major tourist centres of Klosters and Davos from the village, as well as the nature reserves and mountains around St. Antönien on one side and the Fideriser Heuberge on the other side of the valley.
The townscape of Küblis is dominated by two striking and striking buildings: On the one hand by the Evangelical Church from 1491 with its beautiful, network-like choir structure and the unique church windows by the Graubünden artist Augusto Giacometti. On the other hand, from the mighty power plant of the electricity service provider Repower from 1922.
In summer, the bicycle/bike route leads from Landquart towards Klosters and Davos through Küblis. For hikers, there are numerous paths and routes in the valley or at altitude, e.g. towards St. Antöniertal, along the Landquart or the Höhenweg towards Saas-Klosters. The forest and nature playground "Tuss" on the valley river "Landquart" or a walk to the "Plävingersee" offer leisure fun for young and old. Climbers and mountaineers can practice their hobby in the climbing hall in Küblis or at the via ferrata Sulzfluh. In winter, Kübli's destination is the legendary Parsenn downhill, which is one of the ski classics in the entire Alpine region. The piste starts at the Weissfluh summit (2,844 m above sea level) and ends after 12 kilometres and 2,000 metres of altitude difference in Küblis.
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