Date: December 09
Description: Headfirst down a slope on an inflatable cushion, no other way to really describe airboarding, but its soo much fun! we did this in Klosters on the Heidi slope however there are many other slopes it can be tried on! Well worth a go!
Place: Heidi Lift, Klosters
Website: http://www.airboard.com/flash.htm just look for the slopes nearest to you!
Cost: we paid 12CHF for the airboard and lift pass
Date: December ’09
Description: This sledging run is a lot faster and a lot more fun that the one at Schatzalp in Davos, so is for the more experienced sledger as you can get up some speed! Be prepared to brake fast for the hairpin corners! The run brings you straight out at the lift station for your next go up
Place: Klosters, Graubunden
Cost: Sledge Rental 10CHF (Deposit 10CHF) Lift Ticket (Day Ticket) 33CHF
Date: March 09
Description: If you fancy something to do in the mountains, but dont want to ski or snowboard (or just want a change) then sledging is a great way to spend the day. We went to Schatzalp at Davos, you get a funicular train up and then get to sledge pretty much all the way back down. You can get some speed up coming down the run, the views from the top of the funicular makes it a great place to stop and have a hot chocolate before you start your next run down.
Cost: please check website
>Date: March 09
Description: For a special occasion in the winter, a good thing to do is a Husky sled in the evening at Flumserberg. You get to meet the dogs before you go on the sledge and then get taken around the Langlauf area for about 20mins, you can combine this with a brilliant cheese fondue with the Honeymoon package.
Cost: 41CHF per person