Sledging in Arosa Lenzerheide
On Two Runners in the Snow
Sledging in Arosa
Arosa has three sledge runs with a total length of 4.7 km, which are also drawn in the slope map of Arosa Lenzerheide. The sledge runs are also suitable for night owls who want to sledge back to the village after a delicious dinner on the mountain.
Sledging in Lenzerheide
On the sledge runs of the Lenzerheide holiday region you can experience the fantastic winter atmosphere on two skids. For example by using the cable car up to the Scharmoin middle station or the chairlift Tgantieni with the sledging day ticket or while having a comfy winter walk through the wintry landscape.
During the night sledging you can enjoy a delicious dinner at the mountain restaurant Scharmoin, afterwards you can sledge back down to the valley on the lighted sledge run.
MORE Sledging EXPERIENCES IN THE REGION
Discover more exciting and various toboggan runs in Bivio and Savognin.
Rushing down the mountain on two runners. Bergün offers this experience in two ways: the Preda-Bergün toboggan run is a pleasure for all ages. The Rhätische Bahn train takes you from Bergün via viaducts and through helical tunnels to Preda, from where you toboggan the 6 km down to the valley. From 1800 metres above sea level in Preda you go down 400 metres to Bergün - a tobogganing experience that will remain in your memory. As the tobogganing takes place on the closed pass road, the route has an even gradient. This makes the longest illuminated toboggan run in Europe also suitable for families with children, but caution is advised in the curves.
The Darlux-Bergün toboggan run is even more adventurous and fast, with narrower bends and more gradients. Another 4.5 km of pure tobogganing fun!
You can start from the Somtgant mountain station in Savognin: On the Schlittada-Run with its tight bends, you roar almost without interruption from Somtgant at 2112 metres down to Savognin.
The upper half in particular is characterised by a varied ride with open pistes, some forest passages and challenging curves. But the tobogganists can also look forward to some straight sections where you can get the right speed. In the lower half, from Tigignas, you can sledge rapidly through the open landscape and enjoy the view over the Surses valley.