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Sledge slopes in Italy (South Tyrol) arround the Dolomites

  • Sledge fun at the Plose - 9 km long sledge run and hike for the whole family
  • Sledging at Rosskopf - The longest snow-covered and illuminated toboggan run in South Tyrol and Italy
  • Skiworld Ahrntal - Special highlights for lugers: Guided sledge descent on the long slidge run in South Tyrol (Speikboden – Luttach): every Wednesday afternoon in the winter months; Night tobogganing on the Klausberg every Tuesday evening
  • sledge run in Watles - 4 km long toboggan run through the larch forest with toboggan rental at the mountain station
  • Sledging at the Rittner Horn - 2.5 km long sledge run with rental at the valley station
  • Sledging at Reinswald in Sarntal Valley - 4.5 km long sledge run, moonlight sledging, 1st sledge park in South Tyrol with tips from professionals
  • Sledge run at Rasciesa – Val Gardena - 6 km long sledge run
  • Sledging in Ladurns - Ladurns offers a 6.5 km long sledge run that is particularly suitable for families
  • Sledge run in Ratschings-Jaufen - 5 km long sledge run, always well prepared. The cable car takes you comfortably up to 1,850 m, from where the sledge run begins
  • Meran 2000 - The sledge run starts at the Meran 2000 mountain station and goes down through the snowy winter forest to Falzeben. The arrival to the starting point can then be done comfortably with the Falzeben cable car
  • Sledging Obereggen - The two sledging runs in the Obereggen ski area are well prepared and rolled daily. 2.5 km for the "it should never stop" sledge fans and 750 m for the "quickly again" runabouts! Accessible via the footpath, the "Ochsenweide" cable car or the "Laner" combined cable car. Night sledging possible!
  • Sledging ressort Drei Zinnen - Two sledge runs: Rotwand and Haunold ensure fun for the whole family
  • Ulten Valley near Meran - "Moscha" natural toboggan run right next to the Schwemmalm ski area, also floodlight on Wednesday evenings

Sledge slopes in Italy (Trentino)

Sledge slopes in Austria

Sledge slopes in Bavaria/Germany

  • Sledging paradise Zugspitze - Three sledging options for families and two more challenging toboggan runs meander over the slopes of the snow-covered Zugspitz mountain
  • Oberhof, Thüringer Wald - With a total length of approx. 2 kilometers and a gradient of around 12%, the natural sledge run is perfect for beginners and lugers
  • Wurmberg, Harz - The Wurmberg offers the longest snow-covered toboggan run in the Harz Mountains. You can go uphill comfortably by cable car
  • Fichtelberg in the Erzgebirge - It goes down through the dense spruce population of the Fichtelberg area with both flat and steep curves
  • Sledging in the Arberland - The 6-seater Sonnenhang chairlift takes you up to an altitude of 1200 m and from there it goes 1.2 km back down into the valley with snow-covered snow, passing two places to stop for refreshments (Berghaus Sonnenfels & the Thurnhofstüberl) and the ArBär children's area
  • Alps of Berchtesgaden - The sledge run with a gradient of up to 14 to 22 percent and many steep and winding passages

Sledge slopes in Switzerland

Luge association

Information arround seldging (only in German)

  • Winterrodeln.org - daily updated information on snow conditions and sledging runs
  • Rodelwelten - Information on safe sledging, sledge runs and training of sledge guides
  • Der Rodelführer - Discussion forum about sledging in general
  • rodeln.at - All about sledging

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