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SAFE Tobogganing

Tips for your safety on the mountain

Safety is the top priority alongside an unforgettable tobogganing experience. For this reason, it is very important to follow the instructions, observe the rules of conduct and use adequate equipment.

Tobogganing is fun, but also risky! Learn how to enjoy this winter activity safely.

Safety tips for your tobogganing fun

  • Respect for other tobogganers
  • Observance of locks and warnings
  • Use good equipment
  • Ascent right and behind each other
  • Controlled, driving on sight and keep distance
  • Draw attention to yourself
  • Wait for your companion at clearly arranged places
  • Tobogganing on ski slopes is dangerous and forbidden
  • No dogs
  • No impairment by alcohol or medicines

Respectful interaction

Behave in such a way that you do not endanger or harm others. The same applies to tobogganing: Give first aid and identify yourself in the event of an accident.

Respect instructions

Make sure that the track is open for tobogganing. Inform yourself about the course and condition of the toboggan run.

Equipment Checklist

- toboggan of high quality
- safety helmet
- solid boots/high mountain boots with good profile sole
- ski pants or waterproof pants
- gaiters if necessary
- skiing goggles
- headlamp if necessary
- gloves

For safety reasons, please DO NOT use plastic bobs or plastic bases.

Ascend attentively

Only cross the toboggan run at clearly arranged points.

Appropriate tobogganing style

Adapt speed and driving style to your ability, the toboggan run, snow, ice and weather conditions, as well as the traffic density.

Give warning signals

Warn inattentive tobogganers (loud shouting). In the dark: headlamp and reflective clothing are essential.

Waiting for each other

Make sure that your group is complete. Never stop in narrow and unclear places.

Use the toboggan run

The risk of collisions with skiers is high. At night, frozen toboggan tracks impair the quality of the slopes.

Dogs not allowed

Dogs are difficult to lead during ascent and descent, there is a great danger of collision with the descendants on the mostly narrow toboggan runs.

Sober tobogganing

Addictive substances impair responsiveness and reduce correct risk assessment.

Difficulty classifications

Easy toboggan run

Easy toboggan run
Easy toboggan run

A toboggan run classified as easy is also suitable for beginners and children. It has a maximum gradient of 14%; an average gradient of up to 10%; curves with a radius of at least 8m and no icing.

Moderately difficult natural toboggan run

Moderately difficult natural toboggan run
Moderately difficult natural toboggan run

A moderately difficult natural toboggan run has a maximum gradient of 18 %, an average gradient of up to 12 %, curves with a radius of at least 6 m and no icing.

Difficult natural toboggan run

Difficult natural toboggan run
Difficult natural toboggan run

Difficult natural toboggan runs may only be used by experienced tobogganists. It has a maximum gradient of over 18 %, an average gradient of over 12 %, curves with a radius of less than 6 m and no icing.

Important tips and information

Please note that the information provided on mountain safety is exclusively recommendations of the Wilder Kaiser Tourism Association. All information is subject to change without notice.

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