Just arriving here by train is an adventure in itself as you cross the 90 metre-high Solis and Landwasser viaducts and travel through the twisting tunnels of the Albula valley. Then, in Preda, even wilder curves await the intrepid tobogganer! The winding run finishes 6 kilometres later in Bergün after dropping 400 metres in altitude. Here, the Rhaetian Railway will be waiting to take those who want even more of the same back to Preda.
And here's a special tip for you - try the Darlux Bergün run, the Lauberhorn of toboggan runs. Over a distance of 4 km you'll be negotiating tight corners at speed as you drop 576 altitude metres down the mountain. Use the chairlift for a leisurely trip back to the top.
Permanent snowmaking equipment ensures a long sledging season. Toboggans may be hired in Bergün or Preda.
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Combined offer: journey using public transport and leisure offer (also for existing tickets) to Toboggan run Preda – Bergün
my family and i have been doing this run annually for over 12 years even my wife took this one at age 55 .... well organinzed, well laid out run,and very nice village at the bottom this is really worth a trip to Engadine.... and snow permitting will try to go again 1/1/2012..
Blake Clay Lawless
I will make this a point of attraction on my near-term trip to Switzerland and Italy. What fun!