SLEDDING in Bramberg
Ultimate tobogganing fun on the world’s longest floodlit run
The Wildkogel Arena is a family-friendly holiday area, where there are also plenty of opportunities for a bit of sledding action! All you need is a quality sled run. And that’s exactly what we have – and in fact, it’s the world’s longest floodlit sled run. Just imagine, 14 km-long and dropping a total of 1300 meters – you’ll have to see it with your own eyes! In fact, it takes about 30 to 50 minutes to sled all the way down. Alongside the hill, you will discover plenty of opportunities to warm up and enjoy welcome refreshments. Sleds can be borrowed free of charge right here at Hotel Kirchner.
SLEDDING FOR ALL – FACTS & FIGURES
- Longest floodlit sled run in the world: 14 km long & dropping 1300 vertical meters
- Tuesdays & Fridays: evening lift service for sledders (last ride up is 6:30 p.m.) on the Smaragdbahn
- Saturday: ride the Wildkogel lifts from Neukirchen (if weather is suitable)
- On other days: lift service until 4:15 p.m.
- Sled run is illuminated top to bottom until 10 pm. (closes at 10 p.m.)
- Borrow sleds here at the hotel for free
- Travel from/to the hotel with the free ski bus
Prices & Additional Information
- Single sled ride: adults & teens € 11, children € 5
- Day pass for sledders: adults & teens € 29, children € 14
Info: Evening sled rides are included with the daily sledding pass, but not with a regular ski pass!
TO ENSURE A SUCCESSFUL SLEDDING EXPEDITION
- Always hold your sled by the steering rope – that way you will avoid unnecessarily endangering your fellow sledders as well as losing your sled altogether
- Check snow- and weather conditions before setting out (simply ask at the reception)
- So as to really enjoy your sled ride, you need to be dressed appropriately, For children in particular (ages 3 or 4 and up), we recommend ski goggles, a scarf, cap, ski pants or leggings, gloves, sturdy boots – but no ski boots. Children 6 and under should always ride on a parent’s sled! Tip: Make it safer still by having your child wear a helmet!