Stelsersee / Chrüz
Hiking tip: Stelsersee/Chrüz
The trail takes you through a scattering of trees and up onto Alp Valpun. The route continues across flower-covered alpine meadows and up to the col, from where you will have a spectacular view of the Vordere Prättigau region.
By Postbus to St. Antönien Platz
Starting from the post office, this route takes you along the village street to the outlying houses. At the first junction, you will need to take the road to Aschüel (1,607 m). The trail takes you through a scattering of trees and up onto Alp Valpun. The route continues across flower-covered alpine meadows and up to the col, from where you will have a spectacular view of the Vordere Prättigau region. The descent takes you past the Stelsersee (1,668 m, nature reserve) and along the gentle Stelserberg ridge to Mottis.
approx. 3½ hrs.
Head east from Alp Valpun up a rather steep trail to Chrüz (2,196 m). The climb is rewarded by a breathtaking panorama. Stunning views across the entire Prättigau Valley, St. Antönien and the Rätikon mountain range await. The descent takes you past Stelsersee and on to Mottis.
approx. 4½ hrs.
By Postbus from Stels/Mottis to Schiers
For groups of 10 people and more, reservations through Tel. +41 58 386 31 66
Timetable 90.212: Minibus, restricted number of seats.
Route open all year
Travel-date details/validity: view timetable/timetable information
PostBus Switzerland Ltd
|Tel.:||+41 58 386 31 66 (information)
|Tel.:||+41 58 386 32 83 (reservations)
Mon-Sun and public holidays 08.00-12.00 / 13.15-17.00
|Fax:||+41 58 667 38 51|
Bicycle transport fixtures available in/on the vehicle.
You can find more information at Biking and Postbus.
- Timetable 90.222: The transportation of bikes is restricted.
There is no guarantee of transportation. It is not possible to make reservations for bikes.
- Timetable 90.212: no bicycle carry-on.
Limited wheelchair access to the postbus
not all services are wheelchair-accessible. For information, please call +41 58 386 31 66
St. Antönien, a typical Walser settlement, nestles in a stunning mountain setting. The historic church and the Walser museum give it a homely feel.