tobogganing run Foppa-Flims

4.6 km
0:30 h
50 mhd
367 mhd

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From Flims take the chairlift uphill to Foppa, then speed down three kilometers long in a hurry
Technique 2/6
Fitness 2/6
Highest Point  1423 m
Lowest Point  1094 m
Best Season

Start Flims, Flims valley station
Destination Flims, valley station cable cars
Coordinates 46.834229, 9.281296


This fast-paced and winding descent leads through the forest and back to the base station in Flims via a piste specially prepared for sledging. The toboggan run Foppa - Flims is very easy to reach by chair lift. Just a few steps from the valley station, the toboggan adventure begins.

As soon as you are down, take the efficient chairlift back up to Foppa. The toboggan run down to Flims is about three kilometers long. 

Sledding at night

Even when it gets dark, the toboggan run from Foppa to Flims is far from over.

Each from 6 pm - last mountain ride is at 8.30 pm

The exact dates for winter 2019/2020 will follow.


Night sledging in Flims. The restaurants along the toboggan run and at the station Foppa are still open for you at this time.


In half, the sledge crosses the ski slope once, please pay attention to skiers.

Information about the current state of our toboggan runs and the individual evenings for the following:


The descent starts below the restaurant in Berghaus Foppa, then leads you through the forest and a specially prepared for sledging track back to the starting point at the valley station in Flims.After starting under the Berghaus Foppa restaurant, it winds its way through the tall firs in the forest at the foot of the imposing Flims stone. It's all about the numerous curves and the snow-covered landscape.In half, the toboggan run crosses the ski slope once and leads along the Flem, which flows through Flims before the Val Stenna with the same name gorge. North of the valley section, which separates the two districts Flims village and Waldhaus, you get on a specially prepared for sledging track back to the starting point to the valley station.If you look to the north from here, you will discover the Glarus thrust, which has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2008, at the Tschingelhörner. South lies on the debris cone of the Flims landslide of the Grosswald with its four lakes. Overwhelming is the view from Conn in the Rhine Gorge.

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