Fun tobogganing parties and pit stops in a mountain hut go hand in hand.
Whether you are tobogganing by day or by night, whether with family or friends – Nauders on the Reschen Pass turns out to be a genuine tobogganing paradise. One of the longest natural toboggan runs in Tyrol makes for fun without bounds. Sledging fans have two runs to choose from.
And when your stomach starts to rumble? No outing is complete without a pit stop in a rustic mountain hut. As well as providing typical Tyrolean delicacies, the ambience creates a great atmosphere. This puts you in good humour for the next toboggan run down into the valley.
Bergkastel toboggan run
Eight kilometres down into the valley
One of the longest natural toboggan runs in Tyrol starts at 2,200 metres at the Bergkastelbahn lift station. You can travel up in comfort in this lift before speeding down an incredible eight kilometres on the sledge into the valley. Guaranteed tobogganing fun – for all ages.
Tobogganing at high speed
Even more sledging fun
And Bergkastel isn’t the only toboggan run on the mountain. The alternative descent, from Lärchenalm is lit up on Thursdays and snakes down four kilometres through the glittering winter wonderland into the valley.
Night tobogganing in Nauders
Sledging under the stars
Every Thursday, tobogganing fans of all ages get the opportunity to toboggan under the starry sky. The Lärchenhang chair lift will bring you up to the hut from 19:00 until 22:00. Up there, Tyrolean dishes and mulled wine or punch will satisfy hunger and quench thirst. Music creates a great atmosphere while you eat and have a jolly time, before making a move. The romantic floodlit tobogganing parties under the open sky are available until midnight – always accompanied with glittering stars and a view of Nauders by night.
Toboggan hire in Nauders
For everyone who prefers to borrow a sledge.
You can rent a sledge from the sports shop at the Seilbahn Centre in Nauders for 8.00 euros. Alternatively, there are plenty of other shops and sports outlets in Nauders.
Tobogganing in Nauders on the Reschen Pass