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Picnic backpack with regional products

Imagine you're on a romantic hike, spot a cozy spot, spread out your picnic blanket, breathe in the fresh mountain air and enjoy a delicious picnic with a breathtaking view. With our picnic backpack, you can have exactly that, without any effort.

You reserve a picnic rucksack in advance for yourself or for you and your companion, we put together a delicious picnic with regional products and pack all the goodies together with a picnic blanket, chopping board, glasses and cutlery in a rucksack. In the morning, you pick up your rucksack from the ticket office at our valley station in Wangs and off you go on the Garmil high-altitude hike.

On the hike up the Garmil, you will experience exciting insights and views of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tectonic Arena Sardona. Information boards line the trail and the view from the summit of the surrounding mountains and Sarganserland is simply breathtaking. The diverse floral splendor is particularly beautiful to admire in early summer.

Contents picnic backpack for 2 people:

  • 1 pair of salsiz (Kalberer butcher's shop, Wangs)
  • approx. 200g pasteurized organic Heidiland cheese (Milchzentrale Bad Ragaz)
  • 1 Ruchbrot (250 gr. / sliced)
  • 2 apples
  • 2 Muesli
  • 2 Biberli
  • 1 trail mix (250g)
  • 1 red wine 50cl
  • 2 Shorley 0.5l
  • 2 mineral water 0.5l

Price and reservation

The picnic rucksack incl. mountain railway ticket to the Garmil high-altitude hike back costs:

CHF 140.00 for 2 persons

CHF 90.00 for 1 person

The picnic backpack can be booked from June 29 to October 20, 2024 (during the operating hours of the Wangs - Pizolhütte facilities).

The rucksack, picnic blanket, chopping board, Tupperware, glasses and cutlery can be borrowed from us for a deposit of CHF 50.00. The picnic rucksack will be cleaned and disinfected by us after each use. Of course you can also bring your own backpack. We will prepare the contents for you and you can pick up the goodies at the valley station.