Natural Sledge Run
The Natural Sledge Run at the Adventure Mountain Watles
Natural Sledge Run

Natural Sledge Run

The Natural Sledge Run at the Adventure Mountain Watles

The natural sledge run leads over 4 miles through the larch forest of Watles. It is a place for relaxed sledge rides and is considered as one of the most beautiful toboggan runs in the entire Alpine region, also ideal for families with small children as it is easily reached with the chairlift. Real sportsmen, of course, reach the sledge run by foot (uphill approx. 1.5 hours journey).

At the
chairlift mountain station (with sledge rental) as well as the valley station, visitors will find huts and alpine pastures for families in a cozy environment and with spacious sun terraces.

Night sledding at Watles
05.01.2024, 19.01.2024, 02.02.2024, 16.02.2024, 01.03.2024

On these Friday evenings the Watles belongs to the night tobogganists. The toboggan run is lighted up and leads from the Plantapatsch alpine hut to the valley station of the chairlift. The last journey with the chairlift is at 10.50 pm.

Information Natural Sledge Run
The start of the run is reachable by lift, or for real athletes by foot (ascent approx. 1.5 hours)
Start: Plantapatschhütte / Summit station Watles at 2,150 m
Length of the run: 4 km
Elevation differential: 400 m
Level of difficulty: easy
Ascent support: yes
Sled rental: at summit station Watles

 Day ticket incl. chairlift & toboggan rental** € 23,00 € 17,00 € 20,00 € 20,00
Single ride incl. chairlift & toboggan rental
€ 16,00 € 10,00 € 13,50 € 13,50
Toboggan rental single ride
€ 5,00
€ 5,00 € 5,00 € 5,00
Toboggan day rental   € 10,00 € 10,00 € 10,00 € 10,00
  Evening ticket reduced*  € 12,00 € 9,00 € 10,50 € 10,50
Season ticket incl. chairlift & toboggan rental** € 200,00 € 150,00 € 175,00 € 175,00
** day and season ticket tobogganing also valid on Friday evening if night tobogganing takes place
* with valid day ticket, or season ticket Watles

Watles natural tobogganing route
Watles natural tobogganing route
Sledging in the Upper Venosta Valley, has a long tradition especially in Watles and is one of the most popular recreational sports for families and ...
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