Preda-Bergün-Schlittelbahn
Preda-Bergün-Schlittelbahn

Sledging

Preda-Bergün-Schlittelbahn

Bergün, Preda–Bergün

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Preda-Bergün-Schlittelbahn

Travel on world-famous railway tracks to a unique sensation on toboggan runners, starting off slowly in the little town of Preda and then followed by a rapid and winding descent under viaducts and along the Alvra and ending up gently in Bergün.
First, the Rhaetian Railway train twists its way through loop tunnels and over viaducts on its upward journey. The journey is simply stunning and quite breathtaking – not least because it is on a route that legends are made of and one which has been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 2008. From the train you can see the tobogganers making their way down into the valley.

Starting 1,800 metres above sea level in Preda, this route takes you 400 altitude metres downhill to Bergün – a tobogganing experience you will not forget in a hurry. The route winds its way with great views of the Maiensäss settlement of Naz and the surrounding mountains. It wends its way under the viaducts and through the winter landscape towards Bergün, where the route slowly flattens out. This route runs along a closed pass road with an even gradient that makes it ideal for tobogganing. As the longest illuminated toboggan run in Europe, it is also suitable for families with children, but caution is advised at the curves.
Travel on world-famous railway tracks to a unique sensation on toboggan runners, starting off slowly in the little town of Preda and then followed by a rapid and winding descent under viaducts and along the Alvra and ending up gently in Bergün.
First, the Rhaetian Railway train twists its way through loop tunnels and over viaducts on its upward journey. The journey is simply stunning and quite breathtaking – not least because it is on a route that legends are made of and one which has been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 2008. From the train you can see the tobogganers making their way down into the valley.

Starting 1,800 metres above sea level in Preda, this route takes you 400 altitude metres downhill to Bergün – a tobogganing experience you will not forget in a hurry. The route winds its way with great views of the Maiensäss settlement of Naz and the surrounding mountains. It wends its way under the viaducts and through the winter landscape towards Bergün, where the route slowly flattens out. This route runs along a closed pass road with an even gradient that makes it ideal for tobogganing. As the longest illuminated toboggan run in Europe, it is also suitable for families with children, but caution is advised at the curves.
6 km | 1 Stage
440 m
easy

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel Preda
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Season

Winter season
The winter season generally lasts from mid-December to mid-March.

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Night sledging
This longest illuminated toboggan run in Europe is open and flood-lit from Tuesday to Sunday until 11 pm.

Hints

Sledge hire
Toboggans and sledges can be rented in Bergün as well as in Preda. No matter whether you are a beginner or a pro, there is the right sled for you. If you are interested, you can go on a tobogganing course and learn the correct braking and steering techniques. Available at Club-99 GmbH and Mark Sport AG.
www.berguen-filisur.ch

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return Bergün/Bravuogn, posta
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Contact

Bergün Filisur Tourismus
Plazi 2A
7482 Bergün
Tel. +41 (0)81 407 11 52
info@berguen-filisur.ch
www.berguen-filisur.ch

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