Tobogganing is a popular sport in South Tyrol. The region offers countless toboggan runs - there are around 50 in the Eisack Valley alone - ranging from child-friendly runs of just a few hundred metres to kilometre-long runs. Along the toboggan runs, rustic huts and mountain inns invite you to stop for a drink. A special treat is tobogganing in the evening under the full moon or on the runs, some of which are illuminated with torches.

Our ultimate tobogganing tips:

Villanders: easy tobogganing fun with a panoramic view of the Dolomites
Mair in Plun - Gasser Hütte (1.5 km; difficulty: easy)
Stöffl hut - Gasser hut (approx. 5 km; difficulty: easy)
Gasser Hütte - Speckboden (approx. 1.5 km; difficulty: difficult)
Gasser Hütte - Sambergerhof (approx. 2 km; difficulty: easy)
Weekly night tobogganing by floodlight; moonlight tobogganing!

Villnöss: Tobogganing in the Puez-Geisler Nature Park
Gampenalm - Ranui (approx. 7 km; difficulty: medium)
Tschantschenon - Zanser Alm (1.4 km; difficulty: easy)
Dusleralm - Ranui (4.1 km; difficulty: medium)
Geisleralm - Ranui (5.6 km; difficulty: medium)

Plose: RudiRun - The longest toboggan run in South Tyrol
RudiRun 1: Trametsch chairlift mountain station - Trametsch chairlift valley station (5.2 km; difficulty: medium)
RudiRun 2: Trametsch chairlift valley station - Plose cable car valley station (5.3 km; difficulty: difficult)

Seiser Alm - Tobogganing in South Tyrol for families and tobogganing pros
Tuffalm - Völser Weiher (2.1 km; difficulty: easy to medium)
Puflatsch - Seiser Alm (2 km; difficulty: difficult)
Spitzbühl - Seiser Alm (1.9 km; difficulty: difficult)
Panorama - Seiser Alm (1.5 km; difficulty: easy)
Zallinger - Seiser Alm (4.7 km; difficulty: medium)
Icaro/Monte Piz - Seiser Alm (difficulty: easy)