The Brunntal Toboggan Run is a popular destination near Zirl. A 4km-long descent awaits here; not unusual, but different, especially when the Brunntal's keeper prepares the way to the Magdeburger Hütte alpine hut. The upper section is especially nice and heads through Zirler Mähder. The lower section is quicker and more challenging. Tobogganists can reward themselves with tarditional food at the Brunntal snack stop. To ensure danger-free sledding, one must be aware that the road is only closed to vehicles from 1st December to 31st March on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays between 1pm and 5pm. Caution: the lower section contains vehicular access. We recommend that you stick to the upper section and do the last part on foot.
From the car park the first part of the route is via the toboggan run to the Gleirschbrücke bridge. Immediately after the bridge you turn left and follow the footpath through the forest to the Gleirschalm.
The perfectly prepared toboggan run, 5.5 km in length, starts from the Juifenalm car park, 400 metres beyond the district of Juifenau. It heads for Praxmar and leads to the managed Juifenalm. At first a series of sharp bends takes you through the forest to the hunting lodge, from where the forest opens up and you can begin to anticipate the wonderful panorama to be enjoyed at the hut.
From the car park in Praxmar, walk along the road for about 400 metres towards the entrance of the valley, past the Alpengasthof Praxmar alpine guesthouse, until you come to the bottom of the toboggan run. The well-prepared toboggan run is 4.5 kilometres long and leads up to the Koglalm, which is a mountain hut that is not open to the public. If you want to take a break and replenish your energy levels there, simply take a snack with you. There are tables and benches in front of the hut.
From the car park you walk past the fire station, cross the bridge and next to the sports field you follow the toboggan run to the village of Juifenau where you have the option of carrying on to the Juifenalm.
This toboggan run is located above and to the south of the village of Rinn and has a separate, wide path for the walk up. Some sections offer great views of the Inn Valley, including views of Innsbruck, Hall, Mils, Rinn and, of course, the impressive Nordkette mountain range. Just before reaching the Rinner Alm mountain hut, the path goes back down for 30 vertical metres. You can do your first bit of tobogganing here.
For night tobogganing fans: the toboggan run is lit on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 7 pm to 11 pm. Toboggan rental is not available at this location.
Current information about the status and condition of the toboggan run is available at: www.winterrodeln.org
The toboggan hill at Holzeisbichl in Obermieming is perfect for the little ones to let off some steam in the snow and enjoy the alpine air. The climb to the top is short, and the descent almost level. Ideal for young first-timers.
The toboggan hill, located at the playground in Wildermieming, ensures plenty of winter fun for both young and old sledders. This smooth hill is ideal for first-timers and can be 'conquered' as often as you wish.
This toboggan run, perfect for athletes, starts at the Muttereralm cable-car mountain station, before passing the mid-station (Nockhof) on its winding way down to the valley station. Barriers and fences are in place for your safety. There is no floodlighting. Toboggans can be rented from the valley station.
Please observe any warning signs! This toboggan run is classed as an 'intermediate, unlit sports run' and perfect for athletic tobogganists. Open daily from 9am to 4pm.
Accessibility: This sport run is easily accessible, either via the Muttereralm cable cars or on foot. Duration: about 2 hours.
The Stubaitalbahn tram will take you to the climb'S starting point. A large, free car park is available for those who wish to come by car. Catering and Refreshments: The Muttereralm alpine hut is perfect for a break, providing tobogganists with delicious Tyrolean cuisine.