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Sledging

In our winter paradise you don't just have the opportunity to ski or snowboard down the slopes. We also have a number of sledging runs in Flims Laax Falera. And that's not all: you'll find three sledging runs in the destination, where you can not only go downhill during the day, but also toboggan at night.

If you want to relax and recharge your batteries between your fun-packed descents, you can also find a number of mountain restaurants offering Swiss specialities. Don't wait any longer - let's go sledging in Switzerland!

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Sledging from Foppa to Flims

Sledging by day

The three-kilometre-long sledging run from Foppa to Flims is easily accessible by chairlift. The descent begins below the Berghaus Foppa restaurant, then takes you through the forest, before returning to the starting point at the base station in Flims along a specially designed piste.

Night sledging

After darkness falls, the action is only just getting going on the sledge runs from Foppa to Flims. The piste is open for night sledging from December till March. Night sledging starts at 6 p.m., the last ride is at 8.30 p.m. The restaurants along the sledging run and at the Foppa station remain open for you during this time. 

The exact dates for winter 2019/2020 will follow.

Restaurants

Berghaus Foppa restaurant

Tel.: +41 81 911 16 50


The Berghaus Foppa restaurant serves up homemade cheese fondue and fondue chinoise (only on reservation) for you. You can make a reservation by telephone or online.

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Casa Berendi

Tel.: +41 79 241 32 51

 

News has now spread of the dishes and daily menus at Casa Berendi. We recommend making a reservation by telephone.

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From Curnius to Falera

Sledging by day

From Curnius, you can sledge down the 3.5-kilometre-long sledging run down to the base station in Falera. From there, you can conveniently take the Falera-Curnius chairlift back to the starting point. In good snow conditions, the run is open every day for unlimited use.

Night sledging

Sledging fun also continues between Curnius and Falera after darkness falls. The sledging run is open for night sledging from 6 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. every Friday between 8 February until 8 March 2019. And what's more, the Tegia Curnius mountain restaurant is also open for you.

The exact dates for winter 2019/2020 will follow.

Tegia Curnius mountain restaurant

What would sledging be without a cosy fondue evening? At the Tegia Curnius mountain restaurant, you can choose between traditional and exclusive cheese fondue. You can make a reservation by telephone on +41 (0)81 927 99 30.

From Nagens to Scansinas

Sledging in the midst of the skiing area

The 1,5-kilometre-long sledging run from Nagens to Scansinas is located in the midst of the skiing area and a perfect alternative for you, if you search for an active break from skiing. The descent begins below the Berghaus Nagens and takes you by the Alp Stalla to the mid-station Plaun. Please note that there is no sledging by night possible.

Prices sledging tickets

Tickets

Adults (from 18 years of age)

Youths (13 to 17 years of age)

Children (6 to 12 years of age)

½ day (from 11.45 a.m.)

CHF 30.00

CHF 20.00

CHF 10.00

1 day (night sleding not incl.)

CHF 40.00

CHF 26.00

CHF 13.00

Evening ticket (6 p.m.-8.30 p.m.)

CHF 15.00

CHF 10.00

CHF 5.00

Rental per sledge

CHF 12.00

CHF 12.00

CHF 12.00

Brün sledging run

Brün sledging run and sledging bar

The sledging run from Brün up to the Imschlacht alpine hut settlement is a very special sledging experience. There are only a few sledges available for rent here, so it's best to bring your own. And you can bring your day of sledging to the perfect end at the Brün sledging bar. 

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