The sledge run at the Rinerhorn, with it’s 33 bends and uniquely steep curves, provides for adventuresome sledging fun for the whole family. Enjoy a leisurely toboggan run together with a loved one or hurtle down the slope on the mini bobsled. The run is also suitable for sport sledgers, especially in the early hours of the morning. The sledge run is 3.5km long and directly underneath the Rinerhorn cablecars. If sledging during the day isn’t enough, every Wednesday and Friday night from 7pm until 11pm, we open for night sledging. Tariffs
Airboard is the inflatable high-tech body-board for the snow. Steered by moving your weight, you'll experience a sensation of flying just above the snow. The air cushion breaks if you turn it sideways. Airboards, a Swiss invention, can be used on all toboggan runs within the Davos Klosters mountain resort. Due to the large contact surface, it is possible to ride both on groomed slopes and in virgin and deep snow. However, please note that it is prohibited to ride Airboards or other sledges on winter sports slopes that are not specially signed for this purpose.
Bergbahn Rinerhorn AG
Tel. +41 81 417 00 30
Every Wednesday and Friday night from 7pm until 11pm, night becomes day as the slopes are lit up to be enjoyed by skiers and snowboarders alike. The Jatzmeder mountain restaurant is also open to enjoy a warm meal or refreshing drink.
Every Wednesday and Friday night, you can go tobogganing on Rinerhorn under the starry night sky. The illuminated tobogganing run is open between 07.00 and 11.00 pm (last cable car: 10.50 pm) and invites you to revel in the night’s snow. For refreshments, head to the mountain restaurant Jatzmeder. But our toboggan run is not only open at night – it is a highlight of any exciting day in the snow. Tariffs
If you prefer to leave your skies or sledge at home in the evening, you can simply take the cable bar up to the mountain restaurant Jatzmeder and spend an entertaining evening there. The cable car is in operation between 07.00 and 11.00 pm and will take you back down into valley on a moonshine ride.