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Toboggan Muottas Muragl © Engadin St. Moritz Tourism Gallery

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Renowned as the home of sledding, experience fast-paced descents, cozy moonlit tobogganing, and tricky curve maneuvers on specially prepared routes amid breathtaking winter landscapes. 

For families who prefer a more leisurely pootle, there are also plenty of routes to triumph, never ceasing to put a smile on the youngest and oldest of faces.

Home to a plethora of routes tailored to all abilities, below are some of the finest regions to get you started on your tobogganing bliss!

Prattigau

Home to one of the longest sledding runs in Switzerland, the sledding trails in Prattigau are among some of the best, both high up in the mountains and low in the valley amongst the shade of the forested woods. Don't miss the sledding on the famous last hill across the village meadow, which leads all the way to the church. Then combine the sledding fun with a delicious fondue in one of the rustic alpine houses!

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Bergun Filisur

Travel onboard the world renowned Rhaetian Railway, as it twists its way through tunnels and over viaducts on its upward journey to the start of the tobogganing trails. Offering a breathtaking journey, watch from the windows as delighted tobogganers whiz past on their descent into the valley.

Offboard the train at Preda 1800m above sea level, and take the toboggan trail downhill to Bergun. Beginning with a rapid and winding descent under viaducts and across winter landscapes towards Bergun, enjoy spectacular views of the Maiensäss settlement of Naz and the surrounding mountains. Boasting the longest illuminated toboggan run in Europe, don't miss tobogganing the trail at night. Lit every night from Tuesday to Sunday, a special experience for everyone is guaranteed!

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Upper Engadin

After experiencing some of the more tame trails, prepare to run on the region’s most racy of all toboggan runs as you sled down from the Muottas Muragl viewing mountain to Punt Muragl! Offering an adrenaline kick over 4.2km, the trail runs down steep passages, bends through 20 curves and covers 718m in altitude difference. All the while offering magnificent views of the upper Engadin landscapes of the lakes beyond.

And at the bottom, there's only one thing to do. Take the lift back up to the top and and experience the thrill of speed all over again!

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Davos Klosters

In 1883 the first official toboggan race was held in Davos, giving birth to the famous "Davos sledge" - the very first toboggan. Today, at least 8 sledge runs promise fun and variety in Davos Klosters but be sure not to miss these four!

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Engadin

It’s not all dare and adrenaline in the Engadine. Families also cant get enough of the multiple trails which make their little humans smile. Gentle in descent but certainly not lacking in beauty, the following trails should be explored on toboggan.

For more information visit. If you are in the area, then also try the 4km trail from Motta to Seraplana.

Want to mix things up a little?

Try airboarding as an alternate option for descending the slopes! An inflatable high-tech board, airboarding is the new bodyboarding on snow!

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Alternatively, try your skills at sledding through deep snow at descents of up to 35°. Impossible. Or is it? The “Snowbraker” – a new dimension of sledding, enables you to toboggan the steepest of slopes in deep powder.

As you climb up the slope in your snowshoes, carry the “Snowbraker” on your back like a rucksack, thanks to its integrated carrying system. Once at the top, nothing can stop you embarking on a pioneering journey into the valley.

Pischa is the ideal freeride region for the Snowbraker. So what are you waiting for.

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