How to get there
You can bring your own sleds or rent various kinds of sleds at the upper station of the cable car. You can rent not only sleds, but also various wooden skibobs, and also a special “air-pillow”, which you hold in your hands and go upside down – which in my eyes was quite dangerous, due to very high speed.When you arrive at the chairlift station, the staff will lift your sled on the hook onto the side of the seat and take off again at the top, so you don´t have to worry how you take them up.
- Take all the necessary belongings (snacks, spare clothes) from the parking with you, then you can leave them in the boxes serving to this purpose at the upper station.
- You´re using your feet to break, so take good winter shoes and a spare pair of socks for changing.
- Pay attention to your safety. Put a ski helmet not only to your kids´ head but you should definitely wear a helmet too. Although it may seem that this is “just” sledding, it´s not so. Sledding can be a dangerous sport because you can get into really high speeds and collide with someone. We even witnessed the arrival of the rescue helicopter REGA that was taking an injured woman to the hospital – and that wasn´t really a pleasant sight.