Preda-Bergün sledge run is open.
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Preda-Bergün sledge run is open.
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Sled run operating times & prices

The operating times and prices for the Darlux and Preda-Bergün sled runs can be found here.

Winter season 2020/2021:
19 December 2020 - 14 March 2021


Sledging tickets are available at every RhB railway ticket office and ticket machine, at the Darlux valley station and at the sledging rental companies CLUB-99 in Bergün and Mark Sport in Preda. Online purchase is not possible.


Operating hours Darlux sled run

Chairlift Bergün – Pros da Darlux (section1)

Daily 9 am to 4.30 pm or as posted

Last piste inspection
Daily at 4.15 pm on all marked pistes; from Bergün – Pros da Darlux chairlift (section 1) at 5 pm (or as posted). Outside these operating hours the sled runs are closed; they are therefore not secured against hazards such as avalanche blasting and snow-cats operating with cable winches. Warning: there is a danger to life!


Operating hours Preda-Bergün sled run

Monday  09.30 - 17.00 h
Tuesday to Sunday  09.30 - 23.00 h (illuminated at night)

24. and 31. December 2020 no night sledging

The sled run is closed outside of these operating times.

Prices Preda-Bergün sled run

Day ticket (incl. Darlux sledge run)

Adults CHF 39.00
Adults with GA CHF 19.00
Half-fare card CHF 28.00
Children 6-15 years CHF 19.50
Children with Junior Card CHF 9.50


Single fare

Adults CHF 14.00
Adults with GA CHF 6.00
Half-fare card CHF 9.50
Children 6-15 years CHF 7.00
Children with Junior Card CHF 3.00


Prices Darlux sled run

Day ticket

Adults CHF 29.00
Youths 16-18 years, senior CHF 22.00
Children 6-15 years CHF 15.00


Singel fare

Adults CHF 14.00 
Youths 16-18 years, senior CHF 12.00
Children 6-15 years CHF   9.00

Safety instructions

1. Always remain seated when sledding.

2. Wear warm clothes and sturdy footwear.

3. Smart sledders wear helmets.

4. Small children must be accompanied by an adult.

5. No mechanical brakes or plastic bobs allowed.

6. Do not sled face down or tie several sleds together.

7. No dogs allowed.

8. Do not run up the sled run.

9. Adjust your speed accordingly.

10. What to do in an accident: Secure the accident site. Provide First Aid. Call for help.

11. Take note of any emergency signalling. Do not obstruct the ambulance.

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