JOURNEYS OF DISCOVERY!
Tobogganing in Wildkogel Arena
Neukirchen & Bramberg
Sled on the world's longest floodlit toboggan run!
With the help of the Smaragbahn lift in Bramberg, you will quickly find yourself at around 2100 meters above sea level, where the world's longest nighttime toboggan run begins. Then it's all about gathering your courage and preparing your sled, before embarking on an adventurous 14 km ride down this floodlit run, all the way back to the valley far below. Within a span of 30 - 50 minutes, you will cover an incredible 1300 vertical meters. If you prefer to ride the Wildkogelbahn lift from Neukirchen up to the ski area, you are also just a 10-minute walk from the top of this run dropping down to Bramberg.
But also smaller family hills invite you to enjoy a bit of sledding excitement in the snows of the Wildkogel Arena. If you don't happen to have your own, you can reserve a sled at one of the many rental centers located in Neukirchen and Bramberg.
If you need general or the very latest information about sledding opportunities, we have also established a sledding hotline for your convenience. To ensure that your tobogganing adventure "runs smoothly", we have also put together the following practical sledding tips. We wish you a fantastic ride on your sled down to Bramberg!
Opening times for the sled run to Bramberg:
On regular days, the lift operates until 4:15 p.m.
On Fridays the Smaragdbahn in Bramberg will run until 6:30 p.m.
In suitable weather conditions only.
Toboggan single trip for adults and youth: € 13.50, for children: € 6.50
Toboggan day pass for adults and youth: € 34.00, for children: € 17.00
Evening runs are possible with the toboggan day pass.
Evening runs are not included in the ski pass price.
The entire length of the sled run is lit up until 10 p.m.
(The run is closed from 10 p.m. in order to prepare it perfectly for the following day).
Please follow a few simply rules:
Ski Helmet Requirement in Austria:
Minors under 16 years of age must wear a standard commercial winter sports helmet whenever using the ski slopes to participate in winter sports.
Nonetheless, outfitting children under your supervision with helmets (which can be borrowed either for free or at minimal expense from area rental centers as well as ski schools) is the most sensible step, since most skiing accidents also involve a high risk of severe head injury – with a helmet, you can significantly reduce the risk of major head trauma.
Guinness World Records™ - 22.01.2017
508 sledders set a new world record – the world’s longest chain of sledders linked up and rumbled down the hillside. Which earned them an entry in the book of Guinness World Records™.
Top info on your mobile device
Thanks to the lift app, you will always have the information you need at your fingertips, even when you’re out and about. Usable without an Internet connection, it provides you with complete info about lift schedules, toboggan runs, current weather conditions, news, plus an SOS emergency feature as well as panorama cameras.
If you would love to go sledding during your winter vacation, but simply didn't have enough room in your luggage, simply reserve a sled or bob at one of our rental businesses in Neukirchen or Bramberg. So, no worries - absolutely no one has to miss out on the unique opportunity to ride down the world's longest floodlit sled run!More information >
Rates & Opening Times
Rates & Opening Times
Would you like to know how much a one- or multi-day ski pass will cost you? Or are you interested in points passes? If so, here you will find an excellent overview of all fares and opening times for lifts in Neukirchen and Bramberg, along with some other great offers.More information >
Did you come by car to the Wildkogel Arena ski area and now need a place to park while you enjoy winter sport in our holiday region in the heart of the Kitzbühel Alps? If so, there is parking available to you at the valley station of the Wildkogel lift in Neukirchen as well as by the Smaragdbahn in Bramberg.More information >
Winter holidays without après ski? Unimaginable. Things get started at the traditional huts and umbrella bars on the mountain, then continue down in the valley. Here in the Wildkogel Arena, we sing, dance and celebrate. Just as it should be after a full day of skiing. Look forward to a fantastic atmosphere and some great music!