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  • Schlittelweg Blatten–Belalp

    Enjoy some snowy fun in an authentically charming setting by taking on the seven-kilometre sledge run between Blatten and Belalp. It crosses the village and follows a forest path with long curves.
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  • Nätschen Run

    Zoom down the sunny slopes on your toboggan at Andermatt as you enjoy the view over the romantic Ursern Valley – in the winter months, the adrenaline flows freely on the snow-covered and scenic Oberalp Pass road.
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  • Schlittelweg Leiterli–Pöschenried

    With the sledge, you can go from Berghotel Leiterli to Pöschenried at an incredible speed – past natural spectacles such as frozen waterfalls, surrounded by the prominent mountains around Wildstrubel.
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  • Schlittelweg Pizol

    Sledging fun and great views are guaranteed: on the sledging run at the north slope of Pizol sledging fans overlook the entire St. Gallen Rhine Valley up to Lake Constance.
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  • The longest toboggan run in Europe: Big Pintenfritz

    «Big Pintenfritz» is the longest sledge run in Europe. The route from Faulhorn, through Bussalp and down to Grindelwald is therefore an absolute must for sledging fans. Not forgetting the view: The Schreckhorn, Wetterhorn north face and Eiger mountains create the backdrop for your sledging experience.
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  • Chemin de luge des Marécottes

    Treat yourself to a breath of fresh air and a long ride on this 5km sledge run that connects the panoramic restaurant of La Creusaz and the village of Les Marécottes. This gentle path criss-crosses the forest.
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  • Schlittelweg Kerenzerberg

    One of the region’s longest toboggan runs: over five kilometres long, it alternates between rapid forest descents, bends and comfortable sections across meadows. Along the way, there are magnificent views of Lake Walen, the Churfirsten mountains and all the way to the Zurich Oberland.
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  • Mörlialp Run

    The Obwalden skiing area Mörlialp offers a superb view of Lake Sarnen. The short sledge run with bends and wooded sections is especially designed for families.
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  • Schlittelpiste Grotzenbüel–Hüttenberg

    Not every toboggan run offers this much variety. Take a thrilling downhill ride from Grotzenbüel to the Hüttenberg near Braunwald, over pistes and roads and through woodlands – with a panoramic view of Glarus Alps along the way.
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  • Piste de luge de Champex-Lac

    Starting at the summit of La Breya in Champex-Lac, children of all ages can enjoy this 5km sledge run, guaranteed to be a fun and memorable experience! The sledge run crosses the majestic setting of the Arpette valley as well as a large forest of firs, larches, arolla pines and pine trees.
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  • Rinerhorn-Schlittelbahn

    Intuition and skilful steering are needed here: with 33 bends and unique steep turns, the toboggan run on the Rinerhorn provides an action-packed adrenaline rush.
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  • Descente en luge des Diablerets

    This toboggan run on the slopes of the Col de la Croix zigzags down through fields and forests to Les Diablerets, with stunning views of the mountains of the same name. One of the longest toboggan runs in Switzerland.
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  • Wiriehorn-Schlittelweg

    Sledging fun for all age groups awaits on the Wiriehorn at the heart of the Diemtigtal Nature Park. Race down this pine-tree flanked run to the valley below. At night, a headlamp will ensure that you don’t stray from the trail in the dark.
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  • Schlittelplausch Wasserfallen

    Sledging fun for big and small: the rapid ride through the Jura winter landscape from the Wasserfallen cableway mountain station to Reigoldswil takes around half an hour. It leads through the forest, over meadows and even through a tunnel full of icicles.
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  • Schlittelweg Fleschen–Richenen

    Guaranteed fun and thrills on a sledge run where you discover the local scenery along the way. With views of the mountains, forests and traditional villages, you will experience all kinds of different scenery.
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  • Madrisa-Schlittelbahn

    Over eight kilometres of fun for the whole family: this long toboggan run starts on the Saaseralp and winds its way through the forest with a view over the Prättigau.
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  • Schlittelbahn Sücka

    Nothing says winter more than fondue and tobogganing! This easy toboggan run down from the Berggasthaus Sücka mountain hut to the hamlet of Steg is popular with guests of all ages.
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  • Schlittelweg Tenna

    The toboggan run starts in the Ausserberg district of Tenna, right next to the world’s first solar ski lift. Thanks to the easy terrain, the descent is ideal for a family outing. It runs gently over the wide slopes and past Walser houses. At the end, the postbus takes sledgers back to the village.
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  • Eggli Run

    Enjoy a toboggan ride from Mt. Eggli to Gstaad. Your constant companion will be the amazing panoramic view that includes the Sanetsch and Spitzhorn.
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  • Ramslouene-Schlittelweg

    A winter highlight of the Kandertal. Great fun and the very best views on Kiental, Blüemlisalp and Lake Thun are guaranteed along the toboggan track from Ramslouene. After some gentle turns the track guides you into a forest with open spots.
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  • Samnaun-Schlittelweg

    A descent on the Samnaun toboggan run has to be earned: first one has to hike from Samnaun Dorf via Motta Saltuorn to the viewpoint above Val Motnaida, before coming back down the same way on a togoggan.
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  • Chälen-Schlittelbahn

    First-rate tobogganing fun: the region's longest toboggan run can be reached on the longest aerial cableway in Central Switzerland – complete with lake view.
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  • Schatzalp-Schlittelbahn

    Pure nostalgia: this leisurely toboggan run with a fantastic view of the Landwasser Valley takes sledgers from the legendary Schatzalp, a former mountain spa resort, through the magical forest and down to Davos.
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  • Descente en luge Robella Val-de-Travers

    On the far side of the Chasseron in the Neuchâtel Jura and after an easy chairlift ride, you’ll find a challenging run that criss-crosses the Alpine pastures of La Robella, passes through forests and ends in the village of Buttes.
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  • Kronberg-Schlittelweg

    The longest tobogganing run in Eastern Switzerland – from the summit of Kronberg to Jakobsbad. As you ride along the ridge and across meadows and pastures, the imposing north face of the Säntis range is always in view.
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  • Niederhorn-Schlittelweg

    The Niederhorn funicular and cableway transport you quickly and conveniently up to almost 2000 m.a.s.l. Enjoy the following half-hour rapid downhill run from the Niederhorn to Vorsass with unrivalled views of Lake Thun and the snow-capped Bernese peaks.
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  • Burggeist-Gschwänd-Schlittelbahn

    This speedy sledging run from Rigi Burggeist offers guaranteed fun for young and old off the beaten track. Passing over a sun terrace on the southern slope of the Rigi down to Gschwänd above Gersau, tobogganers are treated to a panoramic view of Lake Lucerne along the way.
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  • Piste de luge de La Tzoumaz

    This piste is located in the area of Savoleyres and is the longest sledge run in French-speaking Switzerland. Thrills are guaranteed on this run between Savoleyres and La Tzoumaz which has a drop in altitude of 834 metres – thanks to hairpin bends in the middle of the forest.
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  • Gamplüt-Wildhaus-Schlittelweg

    On the sunny side of Wildhaus the Alp Gamplüt is located with breath-taking views to the Churfirsten. Up to the mountain it goes comfortably with the first solar cableway, down the slope then again fast with a “Schneetrotti”, sledge or bob.
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  • Curnius-Schlittelweg

    Enjoy a rapid descent from Curnius to Falera with a beautiful view of the Signina chain and the Rhine Valley. The toboggan run passes by traditional alpine pastures and the well-known Mirasteilas observatory.
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