Through tunnels and over viaducts
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.
The sledging world of Preda/Darlux - Bergün is a world of fun for people of all ages.
Guests have not one but two sledging runs to choose from. From Preda to Bergün there’s a six-kilometre descent to the closed-off pass road below. A chairlift conveys more adventurous sledgers to Darlux, from where the hardcore trail descends four kilometres to Bergün.
The Albula and Bernina section of track is a masterpiece in terms of civil engineering and routing. Landscape and railway blend into one: in wide radiuses, ingenious man-made structures punctuate rugged valleys. The Landwasser Viaduct, the helical tunnels between Bergün and Preda and the Brusio Circular Viaduct all stand testimony to the early, pioneering days of the railway.
The sledging run from Preda to Bergün is not just an adventure by day, but even more so at night when the trail is lit up.
The Albula Railway Museum in Bergün takes railway fans on a journey into the past. A simulator lets visitors drive the legendary Crocodile locomotive along the Albula Line themselves. Railway enthusiasts and families will be fascinated by the old stamps, films and models.
Houses in the traditional Engadine style dating back to the 16th and 18th century line the main street of Bergün. Typical features such as sgraffito, bay windows and window gratings lend the village a special charm. The Kurhaus is over 100 years' old – the spa hotel was built around 1903, at the same time as the railway line.
From 18 December 2021 until 13 March 2022 (depending on the snow conditions)
Find out all the latest information on the snow conditions in the winter sport report.
|Sledging Preda - Bergün|
|Monday||09.30 am - 05.00 pm|
|Tuesday - Sunday||09.30 am - 11.00 pm (illuminated in the evening)|
Subject to change
There will be no night sledging on 24 and 31 December 2021.
The run is closed outside operating hours.
| Sledging Darlux – Bergün|
|every day||09.00 am - 04.30 pm or according to notice|
Subject to change
End of the season as of Sunday, 14 March 2022 (depending on the snow conditions)
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.
In the offer included is the usage of both sledding tracks Preda – Bergün und Darlux – Bergün and transport with the Rheatian Railway (Bergün – Preda) and the Sportbahnen Bergün (Bergün – Darlux).
|Single tickets||Adults||½ fare travelcard||GA/Junior Card|
|Child aged 6-15||7.00||3.00|
|Day ticket (Preda & Darlux)||Normal||1/2 tax||GA/Junior Card|
|Children 6–15 year old||19.50||9.50|
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