Young and old alike have enjoyed the thrilling sledging runs for generations! Especially when the impressive panorama is added and the slope also invites you to take a short break on a short hiking path or to perhaps even enjoy a quick snowball fight.
In addition to the sledging runs, there are also small slopes to go sledging at the ski lifts Boden and Hohwald. Sledges can be rented on the Niederhorn and in the sports shop "Sport am Berg".
Night sledging every Friday and Saturday evening from 19th December 2020 till 6th March 2021. When it is dark out, the funiculars will conveniently take you up to the Niederhorn either from the Beatenbucht or from Beatenberg. After 18.00 h you can sledge from the Niederhorn down to the Vorsass as often as you like. After 18.35 h the cable car travels from the Vorsass to the Niederhorn every 15 minutes.
Those that prefer to start a bit more leisurely can simply book the offer "Sternenschlitteln PLUS" (night sledging PLUS) with a great fondue in the Berghaus Niederhorn. The modern dining room is decorated with sheepskins and a great view of the Berner Oberland landscape and invites you to linger. Afterwards, you can sledge towards the lights of the middle station Vorsass for 30 minutes. To round off this multifaceted evening, mulled wine or punch are served to you in the Bärgrestaurant Vorsass.
Dates: every Friday & Saturday evening
Suitable for: Adults, children, school classes, groups
Night sledging: Adults CHF 32.00 / Children CHF 16.00 from Beatenberg Station ( including sledge rental)
Night Sledging Plus: Adults CHF 56.00 / Children CHF 28.00 from Beatenberg Station ( including sledge rental)
Registration: till 15.00 h at the event day
Phone +41 (0)33 841 08 41 or email@example.com
The woods in and surrounding Beatenberg fulfil various protective functions. Unfortunately, they are damaged in part. Numerous wild species face a tough struggle for survival in the rough mountain winter. Skiing in the woods adds additional stress and is therefore not permitted. We ask our guests to follow the markings and to refrain from skiing, sledging and hiking in the woods.