Night tobogganing at Hochwurzen
moderate Toboggan · Schladming
On top of 123 kilometers of ski slopes, Schladming's 4 mountain ski area also offers one of the longest toboggan runs in the Alps. The almost 7 km long toboggan run is open daily during cable-car operating times. Monday to Saturday it is also illuminated in the evenings from 7 pm to 11:30 pm - the cable-car then is operating from 7 pm to 9:30 pm. The Hochwurzen toboggan run is among the most attractive and well-groomed runs in Austria.
The Gipfelbahn Hochwurzen cable-car takes tobogganists up to the summit of Hochwurzen. From there the track takes you back to the valley terminal The cable car offers enough space in its pods to transport the sleds, which can be rented close by the valley terminal. The starting point of the sled run is located directly on the Hochwurzen summit.Sledding is a unique, romantic pleasure on two runners in the middle of nature and winter. Stopping off for food is part of it – and you won’t miss out on Hochwurzen. The lodges are well distributed between the starting and finishing points of the sled run and offer enough space even for large groups!
The toboggan run starts at Hochwurzenhütte chalet and runs down along the Hochwurzenstraße road (in winter closed for the toboggan run) to the valley terminal of the Gipfelbahn Hochwurzen cable-car.
From Schladming into the direction of Rohrmoos, at the roundabout Rohrmoos straight ahead to the Gipfelbahn Hochwurzen cable-car.
With the Planai buses from Schladming to Rohrmoos and Gipfelbahn Hochwurzen cable-car.
In the evenings the "Nightline" (until 1 am) runs between Schladming and the Hochwurzen cable-car. ATTENTION: a skipass valid during the day, is NOT valid for the use of buses in the evening!
- Bus schedule at www.planaibus.at
Parking is available at the Gipfelbahn Hochwurzen cable-car.
Tobogganing - as a hobby - is not a difficult sport. However, a minimum level of stamina and flexibility is required. Do not sled beyond your means, be careful at blind bends of the track and especially take care in the evening! Also, please DO NOT use the ski slopes for tobogganing!
In an emergency please call:
- 140 - for Alpine emergencies (all over Austria)
- 112 - European GSM emergency number