Sledding Run

The 6.5 kilometer-long natural sledding run on Wallberg mountain is one of Germany's longest and most challenging. The ride down the moutain to the valley takes about half an hour. As the sledding run ranks among the more challenging ones, it is not suitable for small children

Please understand that dogs cannot be taken on the sledding run. Airboards are also not permitted. This is for your own safety and that of your dog.

The company that operates the Wallberg cable car reserves the right to close the run if the weather conditions are not suitable for sledding. This can be the case if, for example, the run is icy or large amounts of new snow have fallen. If you are planning to visit Wallberg mountain in order to go sledding, please check whether the run is open under Open Lifts. 

 

Length 6.5 km
Elevation gain 825 meters
Descent approx. 30 minutes
Route Starts at the top station on Wallberg mountain, at an elevation of 1,620 meters, and goes to the bottom station of the Wallberg cable car in Rottach-Egern
Ability level Dynamic, challenging, not suitable for small children
Sled rental If sledding is possible: every day from 8:45 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Sled rental costs 7 euros per day plus deposit
Equipment Sturdy shoes with a good tread, winter clothing, helmet and snow goggles  (see also Sledding Basics (in German)).
Grooming The sledding run is groomed every night and is closed between 5:00 p.m. and 9:00 a.m. It is not possible to groom the run when it is open for sledding.
Wallbergbahn Ascent daily from 8:45 a.m. onward, last trip down the mountain at 4:30 p.m. Use of the sledding run is free of charge and at your own risk.
Panorama Restaurant Open everyday when cable car is operation; 270-degree curved glass facade and large sun terrace; very good regional cuisine.