Lift-based sledding - 2 hours action on the toboggan run
Duration: 2 hours
Price includes: Rental (sledge, helmet, goggles) and ski pass
Agelimit: 12 years or 10 years if the child is accompanied by an adult. Important: Minimum height for sledding is 135 cm. Only children from 12 years old sledding alone. Children 10 - 12 years old must be accompanied by an adult on the track. Younger children not alowed on the sled.
Bring: Warm winter clothes, we recommend waterproof trousers, good mood and preferably a group of friends. If you want, you can bring your own googles and helmet, but it is not necessary. We have glasses and helmets in all sizes and the rental is included in the price.
Meeting place: Dagali Fjellpark, Perstulvegen 100, Dagali (ca. 25 km from Geilo). NB: Please meet up 15 minutes before the activity starts.
Transportation: This activity takes place in Dagali. If you don’t have a car, you can explore the possibility of taking a bus. For more information and timetables, please check entur.no
Contact information: firstname.lastname@example.org, +47 90622675 or www.dagalifjellpark.no
Important: The morning before you go sledding, check the actual opening hours on this website. https://dagalifjellpark.no/en/snow-weather-conditions/
If the sled run is closed due to bad weather, which could lead to dangerous conditions on the sled run, you can move the term or get a 100% refund.
Have fun! Rent custom build sleds with steering wheel and effective brakes, and try the 1850 meter long groomed sledge track in Dagali Fjellpark! On a good lead, the sledge can reach a speed of 70km/h! The lift takes you up to the top where the squiggly track is waiting to give you an exhilarating experience. You do not need to be a child to have fun in the toboggan hill.
There may only be one person per sledge.
Dagali Fjellpark supports the local community in Dagali, especially Dagali sti‐ og løyelag (through Dagalifjellets Vel), which takes care of ski tracks in the Dagali area (160 km prepared ski tracks). 5 NOK from any ticket, purchased during the winter season at Dagali Fjellpark, is sent to Dagali sti‐ og løyelag in support of their work on the ski tracks at Dagalifjell.