Family via ferrata Partnunblick, St. Antönien

7.5 km
4:00 h
623 mhd
623 mhd
Familie auf dem Familien-Klettersteig Partnunblick
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Familien-Klettersteig Partnunblick - Einstieg

Winter closure from 1 November 2022 until about the beginning of June 2023!
Technically easy and requiring little arm strength, the Via Ferrata also offers a great rock experience for sporty children from about 8 years and via ferrata beginners.

Technique /6
Fitness 3/6
Highest Point  2231 m
Lowest Point  1621 m
Best Season
St. Antönien, Garstett (Car Park 6)
St. Antönien, Garstett (Car Park 6)
46.988684, 9.848744



The name suggests it: In the lower, separate sector of the via ferrata, the route guidance was technically easy.  The "Via Ferrata" also offers a great rock experience for sporty children from about 8 to 10 years and via ferrata beginners. The location of the via ferrata offers ideal conditions for a family trip: While some walk the via ferrata, others can row on the Partnunsee and linger at the wonderfully situated barbecue areas on the lakeshore.

Please note, however, that via ferratas are intended for mountaineers and for guests of guides. They are not suitable for hikers.
Sure-footedness and a head for heights, physical fitness and the necessary knowledge for climbing a via ferrata are essential.

Ascent (all access routes are marked mountain trails):

  • from Partnunstafel approx. 1 hour (The Bus alpin (reservation required) takes you to the Berghaus Alpenrösli, timetable/seasons note.)
  • from Carschinahütte approx. 50 min.
  • from Tilisunahütte via Tilisunafürggli approx. 1.5 hrs.

Descent (all descent routes are marked mountain trails):


Finally, enjoy a short cooling in the crystal clear Partnunsee and then take the scooter into the valley...


We generally recommend hiring a patented mountain guide for the ascent. All ascents lead over marked hiking trails.

  • Walk the via ferrata only with the necessary experience
  • For a safe ascent, good physical condition, surefootedness and a head for heights are prerequisites.
  • Appropriate equipment is mandatory. Harness, via ferrata set, helmet, good footwear, suitable clothing and gloves are essential.
  • Entry only in stable weather. During thunderstorms, climbing the via ferrata is life-threatening.
  • Do not cause rockfall. Respect flora and fauna. Do not leave any waste.
  • Any inspection is at your own risk.


An appropriate equipment is mandatory. Rope harness, via ferrata set, rockfall helmet, good footwear, suitable clothing and gloves are essential.

Important for children: When it comes to equipment, care must be taken to ensure that the via ferrata set and harness are suitable for the weight and size of the child. Always secure the child in case of uncertainty. Not recommended for children under 8 years of age.


Public Transport

Take the Rhaetian Railway to Schiers or Küblis and the post bus to St. Antönien. Some of the courses go to the Sagaris stop, the remaining courses to St. Antönien Platz (village). From St. Antönien Sagaris you can use the Bus alpin (reservation required) to the Berghaus Alpenrösli (minus 0.5 hours walking time). 

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Anreise Information

Motorway A13 to Landquart. Take exit 14 and take the national road N28 towards Landquart, Davos, Vereina. Leave the national road in Küblis in the direction of St. Antönien, Küblis. Now follow the mountain road to St. Antönien, then drive towards Partnun until you reach car park 6.

From car park 6 you can use the Bus alpin (reservation required) to the Berghaus Alpenrösli.


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. The last parking lot P6 with day ticket is located below partnunstafel, about 3.5 km outside of St. Antönien. The parking lot below the mountain houses is reserved for house guests.

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