Here are the six longest sledge rides of Switzerland:

From Pian Nara to Leontica, Ticino

One can find Leontica in the sunny Blenio Valey. Sleighs can be rent there.

The run is 10 km long and leads through wonder full country side.

Start should be as early as possible as the snow will become soft later.

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Super Sleigh Run at the Goms Valley, Valais

The run starts at Fiescheralp (2200 meters), from where the Eggishorn can be visited for sightseing (great panorama),

Start as early as possible as the snow can become soft in the afternoon. The run is 13 km long and it takes about an hour to sleigh down.

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Kiental: 7 km fun (Bernese Oberland)

Sleighs can be rent at the valley station of the chair lift. Take the lift from Kiental to Ramslauenen on 1409 meters. From there sleigh run goes down to Kiental.

There are restaurants along the run. Breaks are recommended along the way down for sightseing.

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Sleigh fun from Preda to Bergün, Grisons

Rent a sleigh at the railway station of Bergün or Preda and take the "sleigh-train" up to Preda. This takes just 15 minutes.

From Preda one will need to walk about one kilometer before the run starts. It is 6 km long with many turns. It brings you back to Bergün along the Albula passroad (the pass road is only drivable during summertime).

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Fast run at Les Diablerets, Vaud

The run starts at the top station of the chairlift Les Viots-Les Mazots (1717meters). The run is broad and goes steadily down. It is 7,2 km long.

It is recommended to stop after 5 km to walk around a bit to give the mussels a brake.

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Melchsee-Frutt to Stöckalp, Obwalden

Sleighs can be rent at the valey station of the gondolas Stöckalp - Melchsee-Frutt. It is recommended to make a reservation for the sleigh (phone +41 41 669 70 60). The gondolas bring passengers up to the plateau of Melchsee-Frutt from where the run starts. It is 8 km long and it goes down 800 meters (about 20 minutes).

There are restaurants along the run where one can have a break. On Thursdays and Saturdays the run will be eluminated for night-sleighing.

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