Adventurous, grey, grippy – this describes the Swiss climbing area Rätikon pretty well. No matter what level of difficulty you climb, there is a suitable route for everyone. You will meet beginners and families as well as internationally known climbing pros in the climbing gardens and multi-pitch routes. The route from St. Antönien to the limestone walls with their good grip is the shortest and even the approach is an experience in itself.

alpine Klettergärten

Three large boulders on the emerald-green Partnun Lake offer climbing fun – regardless of whether this is your first rock contact or whether you already feel at home in this element. There are fireplaces and rowing boats at the lake. This makes the family climbing garden a varied day programme.

  • difficulty: 2b – 7b
  • bolting: super
  • orientation: diverse
  • rope length: up to 12 m

Tip: Take the scooter back to St. Antönien.

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Over the course of thousands of years, melt water and rain have shaped the rocks and eaten fissures and grooves into them. The best conditions for fantastic climbing in the grippy limestone. The sectors “Tilisunafürggli Wunderland” and “Grüenwändli” offer a good mix of difficulty levels, well suited for families. Those who want to venture into multi-pitch climbing will find what they are looking for in the “Grüenwändli”.

  • difficulty: 3a – 6a
  • bolting: good – super
  • orientation: South
  • route length: up to 180 m
  • ascent: 1.5 h

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alpine Mehrseillängen

The impressive rock needle rises from a sea of boulders – it is one of the climbing classics in the Rätikon and thus on the list of “must-dos” in Prättigau. Five routes take you up to the summit cross. From here you have a wonderful view of the summit Sulzfluh, out of the valley and the blue-glistening Partnun lake. “Eifach hübsch” (simply pretty), as they say in Prättigau.

  • difficulty: 5a – 7b+
  • bolting: good
  • orientation: southeast
  • Number of pitches: 3

(in german)