Sledging Preda/Darlux - Bergün
Ten kilometres of pure pleasure
Along the famous track to pure excitement on wooden runners: that's what the Preda/Darlux – Bergün sledging adventure holds in store. The train will carry you up to Preda, where the sledging fun can begin on the trail down to Bergün. More adventurous sledgers can take the chairlift to Darlux, from where the hardcore trail descends to Bergün.
The journey there with the Rhaetian Railway is breathtaking in its own right – not least thanks to the legendary layout of the route through helical tunnels and over viaducts in the Albula Valley. From Preda, at 1,800 metres above sea level, the descent can begin – on the closed-off section of pass road, which has just as many curves and bends as the railway itself – but at terrific speed and with far more flurries of snow.
If you fancy something steeper for a change: the «Lauberhorn of sledging runs» from Darlux to Bergün promises just as much sledging fun for those who are brave enough. Darlux can be reached easily by chairlift.
Season 2023/2024: From 17 December 2022 until 12 March 2023 (depending on the snow conditions)
Sledging Preda - Bergün
Opening times: Monday: 09.30 am - 05.00 pm Tuesday - Sunday: 09.30 am - 11.00 pm (illuminated in the evening)
Subject to change
No night sledging on 24 and 31 December 2023
Open until 11.00 pm on 26 December 2023
The run is closed outside operating hours.
Sledging Darlux – Bergün
Opening times: Daily 09.00 am - 04.30 pm or according to notice
Subject to change
Last piste check:
Daily on all marked pistes at 4:15 pm, from chairlift Bergün - Pros da Darlux (section 1) 5:00 pm (or according to notice). Outside operating hours, the ski runs are closed and are not protected from hazards such as avalanche blasting or piste machines with cable winches. Danger: risk of death.
All prices in CHF per person
at Preda railway station
in Bergün village centre
www.marksport.ch Tel. Preda +41 81 407 11 44 Tel. Bergün +41 81 407 11 65
by Hotel Kulm in Preda
by Bergün railway station
www.club-99.com Tel. +41 81 407 16 43
Always sledge sitting down
Wear warm clothing and sturdy footwear
A helmet is recommended
Young children must be accompanied by an adult
No sledges with mechanical brakes or plastic bobs allowed
No sledging on your stomach and no tying sledges together
No dogs allowed
No walking up the trail
Adjust your speed
What to do if there's an accident? Secure the accident site – provide first aid – get help.
Pay attention to the emergency signs. Do not get in the way of emergency vehicles
Emergency Telephone: 144