Tobogganing at Rosskopf / Monte Cavallo - South Tyrol
The longest in Italy - 10 kilometers of tobogganing in – day & night
The Rosskopf / Monte Cavallo at Sterzing / Vipiteno offer an incomparable toboggan and sledging fun. Here you will find 10 kilometers of artificial snow covered and prepared toboggan slopes: The Rosskof run is with 10 km lenght Italy’s longest illuminated and artificial snow covered toboggan trail. The start of the toboggan run is located directly at the Rosskopf - mountain station at 1,860 m. It leads through an impressive forest landscape over 900 meters of altitude back to the starting point at the valley station in Sterzing. Toboggans can be rented directly at the ski rental on site.
The Rosskopf toboggan run is opened and illuminated Friday night until midnight. The Rosskopf cable car is opened from 7 pm to 10 pm on Friday. The mountain innkeepers are guaranteeing unforgettable moments for the whole family.
Nighttime tobogganing at Rosskopf
Rosskopf - Montecavallo
Difference in height
Rosskopf sledging trail
Difference in height:910 m
The Rosskopf Sledging Trail at Sterzing is the longest floodlit winter sledging trail with artificial snow facility in Italy. It starts right by the Rosskopf cable car mountain station and runs for nearly 10 km round many twists and turns down to the valley station in Vipiteno/Sterzing where sledges can be hired.
Why not join a night-time sledging party on Friday evenings for a special experience on Vipiteno's local mountain. On these evenings the sledging trail is floodlit until midnight (cable car runs until 10 pm).
Rosskopf Panorama Mountain Coaster
Difference in height:273 m
A new highlight on the local mountain of Sterzing / Vipiteno! Starting from the mountain station of the panoramalift at 2,120 meters above sea level, a mountain coaster is being installed on the Rosskopf. The course leads over a length of 1,300 m over a height difference of nearly 300 meters to the valley station of the panoramalift. Sounds like heaps of fun? It definitely will be, because with a gradient of 20% on average and a maximum of 56%, speeds of up to 40 km/h can be reached. That means spectacular fun for the young and old, amidst the breath-taking mountain panorama.