Previous Sunday my boyfriend and I planned to go skiing. Early in the morning when the alarm started buzzing, none of us wanted to leave warm bed. Sounds familiar? We woke up few hours later, when it was already too late for day-ski trip. As we didn’t want to waste our day in front of the TV, we decided to sledging to Engelberg.
Engelberg has four locations with sledge runs: Gerschnialp (3,5 km run), Brunni (two 2,5 km runs), Fürenalp (1 km run) and Titlis Glacier Park. First three are only operating in the winter-time, when there is enough snow. Titlis Glacier Park lies at the glacier and it is open in the summer. In winter-time there is also run at Trübsee.
After 37 minutes drive from Luzern, we arrived to Engelberg. We decided to gave Brunni runs a try. We bought our sledging passes and took a gondola to Ristis – the starting point for winter activities at Brunni – “the sunny side of Engelberg”.
We rented our equipment at Yeti-Park: old-school sledge for me and air-board for my adrenalin-seeking boyfriend.
Chairlift took us to the start of two 2,5 km long sledging runs. There the fun began…
SUMMARY OF THE DAY
- Sledging day-pass: 36 CHF/person
- Sledge rental: 8 CHF
- Air-board rental: 15 CHF
- Parking fee: 5 CHF
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