Since the first snowfall in St. Moritz you can enjoy sledding slopes, an activity which amuses both children and adults. In the region there are 3 official sledding slopes, although any snowy slope can turn into an adventure if you take a sledge with you.
If you want to make a booking in the official sledding slopes, please contact us and we will help you with your reservation.
Tobogganing slopes and pites
Various shorter tobogganing slopes and pistes offer fun for the whole family, and can easily be incorporated into a leisurely winter walk.
Pontresina -Languard toboggan run in the village centre
Maloja -Toboggan run by the tow lift and in Maloja-Cresta
Silvaplana -Tobogganing slope in Surlej (Clos)
Celerina -Tobogganing slope by the church of San Gian
Samedan -Tobogganing slope by the Survih ski lift
(providing snow conditions are good)
Muottas Muragl Toboggan Run
There are several toboggan runs to discover in the region, and if you have never jumped in a toboggan before, you will find it is just as much fun as it looks. This run is the fastest in the region, and offers 20 curves and a hair-raising 705m vertical drop as it travels through pine larch forests – fantastic for thrill-seekers, and one run won't be enough! It is easily accessible via funicular railway, and the panoramic views of the Upper Engadin are well worth the trip too.
Important: The toboggan run is bristled with difficult curves and long, fast straights. Therefore the following rules of conduct and safety instructions need to be observed:
small children are not permitted to use the toboggan run
helmets are strongly recommended
wear suitable winter clothing and sturdy high shoes with a good grip (no ski boots)
show due consideration towards other tobogganists
adjust your speed to both your ability level and the prevailing conditions
ride in a sitting (not lying) position and do not tie toboggans together
only stop at the specially designated areas
plastic or racing toboggans / skeleton sleds/bobsleds are forbidden
in the event of an accident, please immediately inform the SOS service at the valley station: +41 81 842 65 89
Date & opening hours daily 9.30 am to 4.00 pm
Price From CHF 48
*No toboggan reservations in advance.
Toboggan Run Bergün
This 5km (4 mile) run is a great experience for the whole family, stretching from Preda to Bergün along the snowy expanse of the Albula Pass road. While the run itself is sure to be an unforgettable highlight of your break, the journey there is just as exciting: the Rhaetian Railway passes through a UNESCO World Heritage site that has been described as something from a Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale. The railway stations at Preda and Bergün each helpfully offer their own toboggan rental services.
Operating hours Darlux sled run
Chairlift Bergün – Pros da Darlux (section1)
Daily 9 am to 4.30 pm or as posted
Last piste inspection
Daily at 4.15 pm on all marked pistes; from Bergün – Pros da Darlux chairlift (section 1) at 5 pm (or as posted). Outside these operating hours the sled runs are closed; they are therefore not secured against hazards such as avalanche blasting and snow-cats operating with cable winches. Warning: there is a danger to life!
Operating hours Preda-Bergün sled run
Monday 09.30 - 17.00 h
Tuesday to Sunday 09.30 - 23.00 h (illuminated at night)
24. and 31. December 2019 no night sledging
23. and 30. December 2019 open from 09.30 - 23.00
1. January 2020 open from 09.30 - 23.00
The sled run is closed outside of these operating times.
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