Sledging/tobogganing

Sledging is fun for everyone and a popular treat not only for families and groups. If you want to have downhill fun for an entire day, select the sledging day card from Scharmoin or Tgantieni. Or combine an exciting downhill run with a relaxing walk through the winter nature. Scharmoin and Tschugga toboggan runs are illuminated. We rent sledges, toboggans or bobs in our sports shop. 

If you want to have downhill fun for an entire day, select the sledging day card from Scharmoin or Tgantieni.

If you want to have downhill fun for an entire day, select the sledging day card from Scharmoin or Tgantieni.

Sledging

Scharmoin

3.8 km long, 406 metres in altitude: this is pure sledging fun! The Rothorn 1 cable car takes you comfortably to Scharmoin middle station.

 

Tgantieni

With the Tgantieni chair lift, you can reach the Tgantieni 1.5 km sledge run leading down to Val Sporz at breakneck speed.

 

Lain

Sporz-Lain, 2 km of sledging fun

 

Preda-Bergün

A little further away, a breathtaking ride on a 6 km stretch along the famous UNESCO World Heritage section of the Rhaetian Railway is ensured.

 

Sledging meetings

Little guests will enjoy a lot of sledging fun during the holiday region's sledge meetings. Tables and benches are arranged for them to spend a few comfortable hours together. Meetings take place in Dieschen and Sundroina.

 

Night sledging

The 3.8 km illuminated sledge run from the Scharmoin middle station to the Rothorn valley station promises an enjoyable evening of sledging. Combine night sledging with a hearty Alpine cheese fondue made in the local Scharmoin alpine restaurant.

 

Tschugga night sledging fun

In Tschugga-Parpan, fine Grisons specialties and a homemade cheese fondue are offered. After a leisurely dinner, you can hire a sledge for CHF 2 and swish down the 1.5 km illuminated sledge run to Parpan.

Tobogganing

With 31 turns and a difference in altitude of 480 metres, the Churwalden toboggan run, the longest worldwide, winds its way down to the valley for more than 3,100 metres. Children from the age of 3 can sledge only if accompanied by an adult; children aged 9 and over, and with a minimum height of 125 cm, can sledge alone; children aged 12 and over can take a younger child with them. The Churwalden toboggan run is certified with the SIA safety label (Safety in adventure).

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