Winter sledging run
The Schatzalp is the starting point for the classic sledging run to Davos Platz. The wide, well prepared run is 2.8 km long and leads you via 18 curves through the magical woods of the Schatzalp down to Davos Platz. There are no charges for using the sledging run. It is ideal for children and beginners alike.
NIGHT SLEDING FROM THE
18. DECEMBER UNTIL 11PM
And in the evening
And what happens when it is dark? The Schatzalp Funicular train also transports you on an evening up the mountain and the sledge run is floodlit in the curves until 11 o’clock. Before sledging down the mountain you can enjoy, in peace and quiet, a lovely fondue or raclette evening at our Panorama Restaurant , or pay a visit to our Piano Bar where we have live music every evening, or even visit our beautiful Hotel Belle Epoque Dining Room where you can be spoiled with a blend of european cuisine.
You can rent a sledge for CHF 10.00 at the station at the bottom of the Schatzalp Funicular. This is possible from 10 o’clock in the morning until half past 10 in the evening. After the run down you can return the sledge back to the station.
Current news and information
For up to date information about the sledging run you can check the Davos Tourism Web Site or by telephone: 081 415 52 80
For the prices for the Schatzalp Funicular please refer to our current winter prospect on page 2.
At a glance
- 2.8 km long
- 300 metres height difference to Davos
- Open from mid-December until the end of March
- Daily from 10:00 until 23:00
- Use of the sledging run is free of charge
- Floodlit in the curves every evening until 11 o’clock
- Sledge rental at the Schatzalp Funicular Station from 10:00 until 22:30
- Use of the sledging run is at your own risk
Use of the sledging run is at the individual’s own risk. The Schatzalp Lifts renounce any liabilty for any accidents. The use of the sledging run and paths is free of charge. Accident and indemnity insurance is the responsibilty of each user of the run or paths. We reserve the right to change timetables and tarifs.