Tobogganing

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Tobogganing

Whether it is under the sun or the stars – discover the Bernese Oberland on a sled

From fast-paced rides to leisurely descents with beautiful views: Bern, the paradise of tobogganing, has something in store for all tobogganing fans regardless of their age.
If you don’t have a Skibock, then you’re not really from Adelboden! In the olden days, children used the Skibock (consisting of a sawn-off ski, a vertical piece of wood and a horizontal wooden board which is used as seat) to go to school. Today, the Skibock is a must-have item for everyone from Adelboden. Those who prefer a more classic approach have a huge number of sleds to choose from. In total, there are more than 100 km of tobogganing runs in the Bernese Oberland. Tobogganing in Gstaad is more fast-paced: 3 of the 8 tobogganing runs are particularly suitable for adventure sledgers. Have you ever wanted to go tobogganing under the stars? Adelboden makes it possible. On the Tschentenalp night owls have the choice of four different runs. The airboard sledge is a new approach to sledging and opens up new perspectives on the tobogganing run. On this high-tech sledge riders whizz head first down the hill. People from the city of Bern don’t have to travel far if they want to go tobogganing. On their local mountain, the Gurten, a 1.2-km-long tobogganing run awaits visitors.

Jamboree on the world’s longest slope

The longest tobogganing run in the world promises a lot of fun. The “Big Pintenfritz” can be found in the Jungfrau Ski Region. At 2686 m above sea level, from the summit of the Faulhorn the 15-km-long tobogganing run descends via the Bussalp to Grindelwald. However, in order to enjoy the pleasure of this fast-paced descent, you will first have to hike for 2 ½ hours to the summit of the Faulhorn.

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