If you like sledding, you'll love these runs! Tight curves, adventurous descents, speed - these two highlights have it all! And the fantastic winter landscape provides the backdrop.
Fast, faster, Muottas Muragl! If you like action, you shouldn't miss this downhill run. The funicular takes you up to the top station, the starting point for this run which includes 20 tricky curves, 718 meters of vertical drop, and a length of 4.2 kilometers. The slope is fast and steep in parts, so it is not suitable for families with small children or absolute novices on the sled. A helmet, good winter shoes, and braking aids are recommended.
Insider tip: If you don't like potholes use the morning for sledding and enjoy the afternoon on the sun terrace of the Romantik Hotel Muottas Muragl or in one of the beach chairs.
Between mid-December and mid-March, it is one of the most popular toboggan runs of all. It leads over about 4 kilometers from Preda to Bergün. The return journey to the starting point is on the Rhaetian Railway, and not just on any route, but on part of the Albula line which has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2008. When you get off the train in Preda, it's a leisurely start and you walk for about 30 minutes to the actual start of the toboggan run. Then it's a matter of skillful navigation as you speed through tight turns and down steep straights. The considerable but even gradient of about 400 meters in altitude is due to the track's surface, because you are sledding on a closed pass road. With the magnificent view of the alpine panorama as a constant companion, you will finally reach the destination of Bergün after a slow leveling off and a comfortable run to the end of the track. Despite the adventurous route, the toboggan run is also suitable for families with children (6 years and above). Our tip: From Tuesday to Sunday, sledding here becomes an even more unforgettable experience when the entire route is illuminated in the evening.