Tobogganing in South Tyrol – sport, fun and excitement
The abundance of runners in Passiria/Passeier
Tobogganing in South Tyrol is great fun for the whole family! First of all you walk over magical, snowy forest trails and fields to the starting point and then race back down into the valley. Plenty of fantastic mountain inns invite you to partake in a snack before tobogganing – you have certainly earned your hearty traditional cold meats and cheese platter and spicy apple mulled wine!
Before you set off for tobogganing in South Tyrol you should make sure you are wearing winterproof clothing and good shoes. As a result, there is no longer anything standing in your way as it is easy to learn how to keep your toboggan on track even if it might give you one or two laughs to start with.
Most toboggan runs in South Tyrol are natural toboggan runs and promise the very finest experiences close to nature! What is always really special time after time is tobogganing by moonlight, which several mountain huts stay open for until late at night.
Tobogganing in South Tyrol – our tips:
- Children’s toboggan run in Valtina/Walten – 0.4 km
- Bergkristall luge track – 0.9 km
- Grünbodenhütte toboggan run – 3 km
- Sailertal toboggan run – 1.2 km
- Egger-Grub-Alm toboggan run – 2.9 km
Our tobogganing in South Tyrol fun tip: the alpine bobsleigh in the Merano/Meran 2000 ski area, the slightly different kind of tobogganing.