Reinswalder Wiesn toboggan run in the Sarntal valley
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After the comfortable train ride, we look forward to a varied toboggan run in the Reinswald ski area in the Sarntal valley. An unforgettable experience is offered by moonlight tobogganing in full moon nights.
The Sarntal valley north of Bolzano promises us a wonderful tobogganing experience. Because in this original valley surrounded by densely wooded mountains, the old rural tradition of South Tyrol is still preserved today. Situated on a sunny mountain slope, a modern skiing area awaits us in the small village of Reinswald. We immediately use the cable car to ease our way up to the prepared natural toboggan run. At the top station, we stop for a bite to eat at the Pichlbergalm and enjoy the view of the surrounding Alpine peaks from the sunny terrace. We also use the cable car to ease our way up to the pre-prepared natural toboggan run. The start of the varied, winding toboggan run is right at the mountain station. About halfway down the run, the Sunnolm inn right next to the run is a good place to take a break. And when we are exhausted at the end of the toboggan run, we can fortify ourselves in the cosy Bärnstub at the valley station. Overall, the toboggan run is moderately
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