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An true regional experience- from getting on the historic railway from Bergün to Preda, with locals and visitors of all ages, to navigating the winding and variable sledding conditions though the alpine forest! A fun day for all.
We discovered the activity of "tobogganing" or going down a mountain on a sculpted, maintained track in 2001-and have been pursuing sledding nirvana ever since! Preda-Bergun-Darlix is absolutely the bomb!
You take the train to Preda and sled down the wide, gently curving 6km run...More
Visited the village of Bergun.
Stayed at Hotel Ladina.
Run by Matthias Hess.
Fantastic home like experience. Great good. Warm and friendly service by staff.
Visited Albula Pass. Suitable for visitors with snow trekking gear and experience. Temperature of 0 in September. The Albula Hospiz...More
As novice sledgers we had plenty of fun and felt very comfortable on the Preda to Bergun sledge run. It's not too steep and the bends are quite easy to navigate.
If you hop on the train at Bergun train station, you'll reach Preda in...More
My 14 year old son and I had a great day out, taking advantage of a special SBB offer for this sledding trip. The Preda -Berguen run was an easy and fun sledding experience. I would not recommend the Darlux run for the unexperienced. It...More
Amazing sledge road had a great time there. Must go back!
You might get a train to go to the begging of the road and walk a little bit, spending the day there is a good fun, the sledge speeds a lot! Go prepared for...More
You take a train to the next town up the mountain, then sledge down a long scenic course on a closed mountain road. Back in Begun my son and I stopped for a hot drink at an ice bar on the side of the road....More
Preda to Bergun is fun. Suitable for kids too. Going up by train (we bought the day pass for train and sledging from conductor) and down by sledge four times in one afternoon easily. We also went up to Darlux. Definitely not recommended for small...More