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Comfortable Torggler sled
Daily rent 24 hours
Countless toboggan runs to choose from
Snow fun for all
Fantastic Jungfrau Region
Those who go tobogganing in Grindelwald are spoilt for choice, as there are countless options here. For beginners and families there are easier routes. If you are already an experienced tobogganist, you will find fun and action on the Eiger Run. Or maybe you want to be on the move for as long as possible, then the longest toboggan run in Europe is something for you.
Graf Sport in Grindelwald rents comfortable, easy-to-steer toboggans. A day's rental goes for 24 hours, allowing you to split up the snow fun. Do you want to start one afternoon and do a few laps the next morning? Or do you have a night sledding trip in mind? You can divide the rental period as you like.
We recommend that you purchase the Jungfrau Region Hiking and Sledding Pass so that you have unlimited use of all mountain railroads, public transportation and ski buses in Grindelwald. This can be valid between 1 and 7 days according to your wishes.
For families there is the family snow park Bussalp. Here you can let off steam and then take your toboggan down the Family Run to the end point at Lochsteinen. Another family-friendly option is the varied toboggan run from Männlichen to the Holenstein middle station. If there is enough snow, the descent is even possible down to the valley
The City Run is the classic toboggan run in Grindelwald. The bus takes you up to Bussalp where the 30-minute ride starts. Through the fairy-tale snow-covered landscape you go along the access road into the valley
If you are looking for a longer track, you will find it with the "Big Pintenfritz". The longest toboggan run in Europe starts from the Faulhorn and goes all the way to Grindelwald. Around 12.5 kilometers of tobogganing fun await you. But be careful, to be able to go down that far, you first have to walk up for about 2 hours. The start is on the 2,680 meter high Faulhorn. But there are also other possibilities from the mountain station First, if you don't feel like a winter walk.
The spectacular Eiger Run is a must for adrenaline junkies. At just 3.5 kilometers, the run is short, but with inclines of up to 36 percent, it's definitely not for the faint of heart. Even more exciting is the approximately 15-minute descent at night. There is an Eiger Run evening ticket with which you can go up and down as often as you like.
Duration One day rental lasts 24 hours
Important information For tobogganing we recommend warm winter clothing such as ski pants, ski jacket, ski gloves, sun cream, sunglasses and good shoes.
Dorfstrasse 95, 3818 Grindelwald, Switzerland