Toboggan runs in South Tyrol
Great winter fun for the whole family
Fun at every turn
You can have great fun together with your friends and family on numerous toboggan runs in South Tyrol. You whizz down the mountain on sharp runners and spend fun-filled days on the toboggan runs in South Tyrol. Tobogganing is a sport that everyone enjoys, you are never too old for it as once the cool mountain air ruffles your hair and you take the bends at top speeds, fun is definitely on the cards.
Fun at every turn
You’ll have fun at every turn on any of the three sledging runs on different mountains. Our cable cars and lifts will take care of the challenging part, namely transporting the sledge uphill. That means you can fully concentrate on the joy of sledging. Snow machines ensure that the sledging runs are snow covered even when winter is not on our side!
So that you can also enjoy the toboggan runs in South Tyrol to the full we have summarised South Tyrol's toboggan runs nearby for you here.
- Croda Rossa/Rotwand toboggan run
At 5.5 km long the "Croda Rossa/Rotwand" toboggan run that runs from the Croda Rossa/Rotwand top cable car station to the bottom station promises racy tobogganing fun for the whole family. Toboggans and headlamps for night-time tobogganing every Thursday (8.00 – 10.00 p.m.) can be hired at the bottom station.
- Rocca dei Baranci/Haunold toboggan run
At 3 km long the Rocca dei Baranci/Haunold toboggan run is a leisurely run for families with young children. You can walk up to the start in one hour or take the cable car. The run then leads from the cable car's top station to the bottom station. You can also toboggan at night when there is a full moon.
- Wildbad toboggan run
The 2 km long Wildbad toboggan run can be reached on foot after a one and a half hour hike or by cable car. From the cable car top station you then whizz down into the valley and reach the end near the main road between San Candido/Innichen and Sesto/Sexten.
On your marks, get set, go! Have great fun on the toboggan runs in South Tyrol's Val Pusteria/Pustertal.