566 Pany Round Trail
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Ab Pany, the Postbus drives past the Pany ski lift to the Riedwies stop. Here the snowshoe trail begins with slight climbs over sugary pastures and through light forest sections. Passing homely alpine huts you reach the idyllic Maiensäss settlement tratza. In the Hofbeizli you can enjoy a wonderful panoramic view over the Prättigau.
After that, the trail climbs again to 1730 m above sea level.M. to the highest point of the tour on Calondis. From here it runs alternately between open areas and forest sections to Bova to the Bodahütte. The cosy parlour and the terrace alone are worth a visit. This is where Trail.
Anymally, it goes over open Maiensässgelände down to the Tüfelstein. Afterwards, the end point at the Pany ski lift is reached slightly downhill. The Postbuses depart from Pany Dorf every hour back to the valley.
Heating is provided in the restaurant Güggelstein (at the parking lot/valley station) or in Nini's Puurästübli in the Riedwies.
Strengthen yourself before the last ascent in the Tratzabeizli (Friday - Monday, 10.00 - 16.00, open until Easter) before you make your way to the highest point of the tour, Calondis. The path continues via Carals, Säss to the Bodahütte (open saturday and Sunday from Christmas to Easter), where you can warm up and strengthen yourself before the descent.
The Panyer snowshoe trails have different crossing points where a tour can be extended, combined, or shortened. Follow the signposts and take the flyer with the map of the trails with you!
forests and mixed terrain: Please stay on the marked trail so as not to unnecessarily burden nature and wildlife. Near the village, the trails usually run on private land. Please stay on the marked route here as well.
The marked snowshoe trails of Pany and St.Antönien lead into the unsecured, partly alpine winter terrain. It is up to each tourer to fully equip themselves and inform themselves about the snow and avalanche conditions before the tour. Please also note the safety instructions in the flyer for the snowshoe trails and on the central information boards in Pany and St. Antönien.
The time is a guideline in good conditions for reasonably experienced tourers. Times for snowshoe tours can vary greatly depending on conditions, equipment and condition. Plan enough time and start early for the planned tour!
This tour description and the marking in the terrain do not represent a tour recommendation. Each inspection decision is the sole responsibility of the individual tourer. An inspection in poor visibility conditions (fog, snowfall, etc.) or in the event of an increased avalanche danger is strongly discouraged. Attention spring conditions: From about March and generally on warm and /or very sunny days, tours must be ended early.
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