bored? You don’t even have to think about that on a winter holiday. In the wide national park region of Mittersill-Hollersbach-Stuhlfelden there is always something to experience and discover on and off the slopes. Young and old get their money’s worth when tobogganing – perfect for adventurous families, for friends, for adventurers, but also for connoisseurs. Mittersill does not have its own toboggan run, but there are three top-class options in the vicinity.

The longest toboggan run in the world

Records are broken when tobogganing in Mittersill and the surrounding area… world records, to be precise, because the longest toboggan run in the world is in Bramberg in the Wildkogel Arena! The Smaragdbahn takes you to the Wildkogel in no time. Rent a toboggan quickly, maybe grab a bite to eat, and off you go: an unbelievable 14 km lead back into the valley, even with lights in the evening. In 30 to 50 minutes, 1,300 vertical meters are overcome on the way back to Bramberg.

Tobogganing in Hollersbach

If you want things to be a bit more leisurely instead, neighboring Hollersbach might be the right choice. It is “only” 2.5 km long, but also more than exciting. Here, too, rentals are available on site, and a small stop here is also a good idea. How about several laps on this toboggan run near Mittersill?

SNOOC tobogganing on the Trattenbachalm

The ultra-light SNOOC toboggan is a type of sled that looks like two skis stacked on top of each other with a seat. Higher speed, tighter curve radii and better control ensure demanding descents. The descent to the Trattenbachalm, about half an hour’s drive away, leads over a forest path – perfect for familiarizing yourself with the technology and enjoying the landscape. Almost five kilometers with 600 meters of altitude are on the plan.

After a spectacular toboggan ride, make yourself really comfortable in your Hotel Bräurup. How about a visit to the sauna or hearty regional cuisine? These and other highlights will enhance your next winter holiday – request a non-binding offer now!

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