Climb in, race down - then be hauled back to the top: that's coasting!
Take on sharp bends and roundabouts at a speed of up to 40km/h whilst descending 850m. However, this does not come at the expense of safety. Safety belts, non-slip footrests and bumpers ensure plenty of fun. Totally safe!
Where do I get tickets?
Tickets are available at the counter. You choose how often you wish to go down - you can also buy the tickets together within the age group. If you are over 1.35m in height or already 8 years old, then you can go on your own. All other children must be accompanied by an adult. (Minimum age 3 years)
How does it work?
It starts with a quick descent on the summer toboggan run - either alone or in a pair, through sharp bends and roundabouts. You can use the brakes on the side to lower the speed, but there’s no need to worry about going too fast. The toboggan automatically cuts its speed down to 40km/h. You will be surprised by a flash in the first third as a camera is set up on the right-hand edge to capture windswept faces. After arriving at the bottom, the tobogganists are then conveniently hauled back up to the top. And they have another go.
Do you want to go on the toboggan run with your colleagues, but your trip is outside the usual opening times? Not a problem. Simply send us an email or give us a ring and we’ll find a solution.
Please make us aware of group bookings during opening times either by phone or email so we can inform you of other bookings and avoid jams as a result.
Visit the Queen of the Forest
The car park at Gasthof Orthof is not just the start and finish of the Corona Coaster. Tobogganists also enjoy great food here. Yet another adventure awaits: The new experience trail “On the trail of the Queen of the Forest” presents the life of forest ants to children in a clear, fun way.
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