Ski lift Prättigau
Skilift Junker St. Antönien
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Season start: 17 December 2022
End of season: 12 March 2023
Children's ski lift on Aschüel (pony lift): 17.12.2022 - 12.03.2023
Private ski school on request: Monika Flütsch-Gloor, Tel. +41 (0)76 537 18 63
Skiing in St. Antönien is an insider tip. Gentle tourism is very important in our mountaineering village. Without artificial snow and without long queues, you can reach the fantastic winter landscape on Aschüel with the Junker ski lift. Once at the top, in addition to the varied slopes, a cross-country ski trail and a small children's ski lift await you. From the large sun terraces of the ski huts right next to it, you have a beautiful view over the St. Antöniertal.
A few meters next to the valley station there is a snow sports equipment rental, if you want to rent the right equipment on site.
Please register in advance: +41 76 463 28 28
Winter Sporting Goods Rental
Base station 1420 m above sea level.M.Mountain
station 1650 m above sea level.M.
3 km of slopes
1 lift system
1 children's lift
Skilift Junker AG is a member of the world's largest group of ski resorts that issue a joint ski pass: the Snowpass Card!
Adults Children (6 - 16 years)
Day ticket Fr. 32.- Fr. 22.-
Half-day ticket from 12:00 noon Fr. 22.- Fr. 16.-
Single trip Fr. 6.- Fr. 5.-
Multi-trip ticket (from Fr. 45.-) Fr. 4.50 Fr. 3.-
Weekly ticket (valid for 7 days) Fr. 180.- Fr. 130.-
Season subscription Fr. 300.- Fr. 200.-
Children 0 - 6 years freeNightly guests of the municipality of Luzein receive upon presentation of the guest card Pany-St. Cancellation 50% discount on day, half-day, weekly and season tickets.
With the Rhaetian Railway RhB to Schiers or Küblis and with the Postbus to St. Antönien.
On the A13 and A28 to Küblis, then turn left through the underpass towards Luzein, Pany, St. Antönien.
In St. Antönien all parking spaces are subject to a charge. In the parking lots you can pay with cash, Parkingpay app, Easy-Park or Twint.
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