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Tobogganing & ski route Luttach

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  • Tobboganing fun from the mountain station of the cable car Speikboden to Luttach/Lutago
    Tobboganing fun from the mountain station of the cable car Speikboden to Luttach/Lutago
    Photo: Manuel Kottersteger
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moderate
Distance 9.3 km
0:28 h
3 m
1,006 m
Down to the valley.
With toboggans from the mountain station of the cable car Speikboden to Luttach/Lutago

The Speikboden ski area is a place with great variety – above all else when it comes to what is available in the way of activities. It is not just skiing and snowboarding that are the order of the day, but also sledding, a winter sport with a huge fun factor that is very popular especially with families and children. In this ski area, there are two sled runs at once, one of which can boast the distinction of being the longest sled run in all South Tyrol-Südtirol. The starting point of both sled runs is located at the mountain terminal which can be reached without any problems with the Speikboden cable car. With a length of 10 km (6.2 miles), sledders leisurely head down a very well-groomed sled run – which can even be covered with man-made snow, if necessary – all the way to Lutago-Luttach. The second sled run, which is just as wide with a total length of 8 km (5 miles) has the same starting point, but after a couple of miles it turns off toward Rio Bianco-Weißenbach. From either

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