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    Prättigauer Höhenweg

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    Prättigauer Höhenweg
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    The Prättigauer Höhenweg is one of the most impressive singletrails in Central Grisons, however, recommended only for experienced mountain bikers. It runs from St. Antönien to Carschinahütte and then along the Rätikon to Landquart.

    Those on the Prättigauer Höhenweg might think that they’ve reached the start of the Dolomites. To reach the trail, start in Küblis and ride up the road to Pany and then to St. Antönien. From there, the climb goes up to Bärgli, where the route turns into the singletrail to Carschinahütte. This is the real start to the Prättigauer Höhenweg. Technically tricky, the track rides along the Drusenfluh to slightly below the Schweizertor. Then it continues with an arduous climb to Golrosa, where you’re going to have to get off and push the bike every now and then. But you’ll soon see that it’s worth it: the track to Schesaplanahütte is first-class and is the ideal way to end the first day, especially since you can spend the night in the hut.
    On day two, it’s time to head to Vilan peak. Now, while you could just descend straight down from the hut to Seewis, that track’s not really all that attractive. Instead, it’s a lot more thrilling to take the track over the Vilan first. At the bridge over the Canibach, push the bike a bit uphill past the Maienfelder Alps over to Jeninser Alp. Then it’s time to hike your bike on your shoulders and climb the 400 metres on foot to the summit. The effort is worthwhile: the panorama on top is stunning. The view extends from the peaks of the Lower Engadine over to the Surselva, the Glarus Alps, the Churfirsten and the Chur Rhine Valley. Heading down, things will be a bit hairy at first. The first section of the trail is difficult, but it eventually becomes smoother and then from Fadärastein, it becomes a classic downhill ride. This version of the Prättigauer Höhenweg ends at Landquart Station.

    Route: 
    Küblis – Luzein – Pany – St. Antönien – Bärgli –Carschinafurgga – Golrosa – Schesaplana Hütte – Fläscher Alp – Vilan – Sadreinegg – Obere Fadära – Malans – Landquart
    Route details
    Distance: 
    67 km
    difference in altitude uphill: 
    2820 m
    difference in altitude downhill: 
    3105 m
    Highest point: 
    516 M.ü.M.
    Lowest point: 
    2333 M.ü.M.
    Days: 
    2 Tage
    Point of departure: 
    Küblis
    Point of arrival: 
    Landquart
    Webcode: 
    1300
    E-MTB: 
    nicht tauglich für E-Mountainbikes
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    Shuttles: 
    Küblis - St. Antönien