Sledging Activity in Switzerland

The Sledging is a typical winter sports specially during the Christmas and it is just a way to enjoy the down-sliding while seating on a vehicle or a typical log. The Sledging in Switzerland is done since many years and it could be said an ancient and widespread sports. Now it has also become a part of Olympic sports where the three forms are done such as luge, bobsledding and skeleton. The practical use of sledging is done to carry heavy goods such as timber and other similar goods such as milk can which contains Yak milk. The early designs can be said of heavy wood but now the modern sledging has product made out of flat plastic or aluminium discs and also the improvised sleds which are used only in season and are an inflatable ones made of rubber.

The sledging in Switzerland is all about trying to have fun ride with going down a slope and although skiing is very fast game sledding is better for those who are kids and adults who do not go for skiing.Also, a person with less height which is 3 feet get the better option as sledding.

Few of the places where sledging in Switzerland are said to be as follows:

1. Muottas Muragl: The nearly 3-mile Muottas Muragi is one of the region's best sledge running place and it has an elevation drop of more than 2700 feet.One can hold the sledging with ropes and do a down-sledging at a fast pace which also gives many turns and lots of fun is attached with it.

2. Gemmi Pass Sledge: The Gemmi Pass sledge gives magnificent view of the Valais Alps which are impressive in every beautiful ways.Also, the sledging area has some thermal baths which are found at the center of Leukerbad and it gives many people a great way to enjoy the sledging in Switzerland.

3. Grindelwald: The Grindelwald is known as the longest sledge path in the world and with the 9-mile Big Pintenfritz in Grindelwald can be reached by Gondola which takes a two-hour hike. The entire area is full of snow and the sledging in Switzerland along with skiing is a part of this place with people participating in heavy number here and many more places.

Ski-lifts associated with resorts:

All those who go for sledding in Switzerland does not require any form of motorized transport which is also some way to get into the lofty heights and then get back on a sledding vehicle at a normal speed. The lofty heights on the mountain which are covered with soft snow could be reached by Gondola or ski-lifts which are built for this purpose and sometimes it takes almost two-three hours to reach such ski and sledding resorts which are higher-up in the Alps.

The spectacular scenery adds to fun:

The entire sledding in Switzerland is full of fun with spectacular scenery all around and also one can buy the package which gives the best of the way to do sledding. The much needed clothing which protects from cold and snow along with the headgear and protective gear which further helps to enjoy the winter fun in best possible ways is provided by the tour operators thus making you feel the best at affordable price.


Sledging services in Switzerland


Location 1: Staldenstrasse, Zermatt, Switzerland


Location 2: Schluhmattstrasse, Zermatt, Switzerland


Location 3: Via Curtins, St. Moritz, Switzerland


Location 4: Sils im Engadin/Segl, Switzerland


Location 5: Talstation Diavolezza, Pontresina, Switzerland


Location 6: Landstrasse, Klosters Dorf, Switzerland


Location 7: Bramabuelstrasse, Davos, Switzerland


Location 8: Chemin des Vernes, Bagnes, Switzerland


Location 9: Route de la Telecabine, Nendaz, Switzerland


Location 10: Kuhboden, Fiesch, Switzerland


Location 11: Axalp, Hittboden, Switzerlan


Location 12: Saas-Grund, Switzerland


Location 13: Seilbahnstraapce, Saas-Grund, Switzerland


Location 14: Berghotel Schatzalp AG, Davos, Switzerland


Location 15: Davos, Switzerland


Location 16: La Boischa, Lantsch/Lenz, Switzerland


Location 17: Dorfstrasse, Engelberg, Switzerland


Location 18: Promenade, Gstaad, Switzerland


Best Season to Enjoyment

Spring Season in Switzerland: March, April & May

Summer Season in Switzerland: June, July & August

Autumns Season in Switzerland: September & October

Winter Season in Switzerland: November, December, January & Febrary