From families with small children to thrill seekers looking for speed, you will find both steep downhill toboggan runs and leisurely tobogganing slopes in the Engadin.

The challenging toboggan run at Muottas Muragl guarantees an adrenaline-filled ride. Alongside the impressive panorama of the lake-and-mountain landscape, the region’s most winding toboggan run awaits the more adventurous tobogganers. On the four-and-a-half-kilometre run, you drop over 700 metres in altitude and make 20 turns.

Preda-Bergün Toboggan Run

With a length of 6 km and its winding route, the Preda-Bergün toboggan run on a closed mountain pass road is one of the most popular in Europe. Every year between mid-December and mid-March, countless tobogganing fans and thrill seekers from Switzerland and abroad make the pilgrimage to Bergün to indulge in this fun. The train journey to the toboggan run is also a great experience for railway fans. The Rhaetian Railway takes half an hour to transport you from St. Moritz directly to the start of the toboggan run in Preda.

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The Diavolezza cable car is in operation, but all ski slopes are closed. Corviglia and Muottas Muragl will open their summer season on June 10, 2023, Corvatsch on June 17, 2023. The TIME Magazine has listed St. Moritz among the 50 World's Greatest Places of 2023. Souvenir St. Moritz Volume 4 is a unique collaboration between two British artists: David Sims and Jake Chapman. Order now in the shop.