Davos style or skigibel sledge, down the mountain or snow tubing, sun sky or starry sky? If you love tobogganing in Switzerland, you'll love our numerous trails close to the village or in the mountains. You can easily rent the toboggan of your choice, so nothing stands in the way of an easy or more challenging descent.

What makes tobogganing in Adelboden Lenk Kandersteg so special?

  • Because of the variety – you have plenty of choice regarding rental equipment and routes.
  • Because you can start right away – our dedicated sledge runs tare close to the village or begin directly next to the summit stations.
  • Because everyone is catered for – we have toboggan trails suitable for young families as well as thrill-seekers.
  • Because it's fun – the rush of cold air and the perfect mountain backdrop are guaranteed to have you hooked.

Snow Report

Find out here which toboggan runs are open in Adelboden-Lenk-Kandersteg.

Our 5 Favourite Toboggan Runs

Long descents, magnificent views and a huge choice of rental equipment – with this combination, everyone finds their perfect toboggan run.

TschentenAlp Sledging Park

You can hardly get more variety than in Adelboden-Lenk-Kandersteg. At TschentenAlp in Adelboden, you can hire sledges from the classic Davos or skigibel sledge to the balancer, airboard and Bergfink sledge. Then you can descend the mountainside at your own pace.

Sillerenbühl to Bergläger

The legendary "Vogellisi" deserves a spectacular toboggan run. This 5 km (3 mile) track begins on VogellisiBerg in Adelboden at 1975 m (6500 feet) above sea level and the fun starts at 11 am. Once you reach the bottom, simply hop back on the cable car, and repeat until evening.


Are you looking for uninterrupted tobogganing fun? On this 3.5 km (2 mile) stretch beginning at the Elsigen-Metsch cable car station, you won't need to get off once. The track above Frutigen takes you across pastures and through snow-covered forests, while free parking and toboggan rental from Zürcher Intersport are available at the base station.


Tobogganing is fun but in Adelboden-Lenk-Kandersteg, there is a wild and romantic side to the activity as well. Look no further than this 5.3 km (3.2 mile) toboggan run in the unspoilt Kiental Valley to discover what we mean. Equipped with a headlamp, sledging enthusiasts can also set out from the chairlift summit station after dark.

Oeschiwald - Kandersteg

This 1km toboggan run is situated on the edge of the Kandersteg, making it both popular and familiar. In addition, the downhill run through the forest is floodlit until 10 pm – perfect for rounding off a day in the snow.

Tour Planner

Here you will find more suitable routes in a wide range of categories.

Buy your toboggan passes here

Tips for Safe Tobogganing

Is the equipment suitable? Is the route correct? Discover exactly what you need for a safe and enjoyable toboggan run.

  • Protect your head – a helmet is essential.
  • Protect your feet – sturdy footwear is vital because this is how you slow down.
  • Follow the signposts – you are safest on the dedicated, marked toboggan runs.
  • Steer with care – the easiest way to direct a toboggan is when it's icy beneath the runners.