Pradaschier Toboggan Run - Better than a Rollercoaster


Churwalden: Alp Pradaschier

Churwalden: Alp Pradaschier

The most entertaining way to get from Pradaschier in Graubünden down to Churwalden is on two rails and one sled. The over seven-minute long, fast-paced descent into the valley outcompetes all rollercoaster rides.

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The toboggan run Pradaschier near Lenzerheide is listed in the Guiness Book of Records as the longest track-guided railway in Europe. It is over three kilometers long and has 31 bends, some of them hairpin curves. The difference in elevation of 480 meters ensures a high speed throughout the ride. For night owls, the run operates under floodlights, and since the toboggans are on tracks, it can be used in the summer as well as in the winter.

A chair lift from Churwalden leads to the start of the toboggan run, so that the fast-paced ride does not have to remain a one-time experience.

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