Toboggan fun and enjoyment together in one
Toboggan fun and enjoyment together in one
Funny tobogganing on the Seiser Alm.

Tobogganing on the Seiser Alm

Tobogganing on the Seiser Alm as well as in the villages is a great highlight

Racing down the toboggan slopes, toboggan parties with friends by the light of the full moon as you feast your eyes on the view over the nearby Dolomite peaks: Tobogganing on the Seiser Alm as well as in the villages is a great highlight. Beginners and tobogganing pros certainly get their money’s worth.

You can get to the set-off point of the toboggan slopes easily on foot, or more easily still by cable car: with the Florian chairlift and with the Telemix Puflatsch. There is also a charming path through the beautiful winter landscape with its fabulous tranquillity. Toboggans can be rented out straight from the mountain cabins, the mountain stations and ski rentals.

For your safety, please note the following: Helmets are compulsory for all minors, use at your own risk and tobogganing is prohibited on the ski slopes for safety reasons.

Tobogganing in the Dolomites region Seiser Alm

Toboggan fun and enjoyment together in one

Tobogganing in the Dolomites region Seiser Alm is not just a sport but a promise of enjoyable experiences for both the eyes and the palate. And numerous huts tempt you in to sample the traditional fare of the Dolomites. And all surrounded by the panoramic view of the Dolomites, rounded off to perfection with the sunny winter’s days and the vastness of Europe’s largest mountain plateau.
Moonlight tobogganing on Seiser Alm
Moonlight tobogganing on Seiser Alm
On full moon nights, the Molignon toboggan run is a unique experience. You can park at Compatsch and take a Taxi to the Tirler hut. From there a snowmobile takes you to the Mahlknecht hut. After a good dinner, you can take a sledge
and ride down yourself on the moonlight.

Snowmobile ride & sledge rental:

Booking: +39 0471 727912;

Tobogganing Equipment
Tobogganing Equipment
  • Ski helmet
  • Cap (under the helmet)
  • Ski goggles
  • Sturdy, comfortable and waterproof hiking boots appropriate for winter use
  • Warm, water- and windproof clothing
  • Long, warm technical socks and spares
  • Warm and waterproof gloves
  • Neckwear
  • Backpack
Sledge rental
Sledge rental
Alpin Sports Company
Seiser Alm Areal Cableway - mountain station, Seiser Alm, T. +39 0471 729054
Compatsch 51, Seiser Alm, T. +39 0471 707641

Sport Hans
Compatsch 31/A, Seiser Alm, T. +39 0471 727824

K & K Sports
Seiser Alm Areal Cableway - valley station, Schlernstr. 39, Seis am Schlern, T. +39 0471 706129
Seiser Alm Areal Cableway - mountain station, T. +39 0471 729078
Compatsch 48, Seiser Alm, T. +39 0471 729067

For a safe tobogganing experience 10 Golden rules:

  1. Where to climb and where to descend: Use the walkway to climb and the toboggan run to descend. It‘s not allowed to walk up the toboggan run, nor to descend on the slopes.
  2. Respecting others: Always watch out for other tobogganists and avoid jeopardising or harming them.
  3. Speed control: Always make sure to adjust your speed to your skills, and to the weather and snow conditions. Keep a safe distance of at least 8 meters from any other tobogganists.
  4. Crossings: Any intersections between toboggan run, slopes and walkways are marked with relevant sign boards. To avoid clashes with skiers or hikers we all need to be very cautious.
  5. Overtaking: Only overtake where the view is clear and unrestricted and do it with moderate speed.
  6. Stopping: Apart from emergencies, stopping at narrow passages or at spots with a restricted view is not allowed. In case of falls, try to clear the trail as fast as possible.
  7. Position: Never toboggan head-first.
  8. Outfit: Tobogganing requires adequate shoes. If you warm up ahead of the run you can prevent injuries.
  9. Sign notifications: Pay attention to any warning and information signs.
  10. Assistance: In case of an accident, you are required to help any person who needs assistance. If you cannot or may not actively help, then you attempt to telephone local emergency services 112 or to call out for someone to come help the injured party.