Not with us. We believe that there is something for everyone in the Engadin. So it's not surprising that the most frequently shouted word at the end of a sledding trip in the Engadin is "again!" Families can't get enough of the many varied sledding paths.
It's always a blast to go down these gentle toboggan runs - some recommendations:
The God Laret (Rhaeto-Romanic for "larch forest") toboggan run winds for about 1 kilometer above the Hotel Waldhaus through the forest that gives this run its name to the shores of Lake Sils. The starting point on Fexerstrasse can only be reached on foot.
For those who want to get to a cool location but prefer to make their way back on a sled rather than on foot, we recommend an excursion to the mountain inn "Kuhstall" on the Alp Prasüras. This excursion is particularly attractive in the evening. The starting point is at the valley station Furtschellas.
"Crasta Mora" is the name of the 1-kilometer-long toboggan run along the lower part of the Via Engiadina, but the gloomy Rhaeto-Romanic name that means "jet-black mountain ridge" is deceptive because a toboggan run could not be more dream-like. You sled through a fairytale snow-covered larch forest after a short walk of 20 minutes, which starts at the community center, in the direction of Bever.
A wonderful 3 kilometers await you on the toboggan run from the alp Es-cha Dadour to Madulain. You reach the alp on an easy one-hour hike with a constant view of the mountain panorama and the wide high valley.
Mountains, snow, sledding. In Zuoz, families will find the best conditions for a wonderful day of sledding. Approximately 1.5 kilometers are open to them for an adventurous descent starting at the chairlift Chastlatsch.
Those who enter the ring for snow tubing are not looking for a sparring partner but simply for a lot of fun - and that is guaranteed here.
At the Ponylift in Maloja, you don't get on a sled but into one of the colorful rings. The short lift does the work of pulling the ring and its occupant up the slope. Once at the top, you continue on your own all the way down- the track is built in such a way that it is only necessary to get out of the ring at the bottom. And so you go around in circles. Children can't get enough!
The snow tubing facility is open from the beginning of January, or earlier, depending on snow conditions, daily from 9:30-16:00. Wearing a helmet is obligatory. Helmets can be rented at Giacometti Sport.
Maloja Tourist Information
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