Hasenhorn toboggan run in Todtnau
Hasenhorn toboggan run in Todtnau

Hasenhorn Toboggan Run Todtnau



Location: Todtnau
Suitable for prams: no

On the Hasenhorn Coaster, you can whiz down Germany's most spectacular toboggan run from Todtnau's local mountain, the Hasenhorn, into the valley.

Conveniently by chairlift to the starting point

The double chair lift transports the visitor to the starting point in around 15 minutes. The great Black Forest panorama can be enjoyed during the journey and in the queue.

Beautiful view included for free

From above, i.e. at the mountain station, you can see the tranquil Black Forest village in the valley Todtnau with its majestic church and market square. In the west is that Ballon and in the east the Feldberg to see.

Driving fun through roundabouts and banked curves

The derailment-proof Hasenhorn toboggan run takes you 2,9 km and 385 meters downhill on rails - up to thirteen meters above the ground! Roundabouts, banked curves and waves ensure unrivaled driving pleasure. If things get too fast for you, you can easily brake your sled.

safety first

In 2017, the operator again invested heavily in the toboggan run. Since then there has been an automatic braking system, so that serious rear-end collisions should no longer occur.

Video about the Hasenhorn toboggan run


Hasenhorn Toboggan Run Todtnau

Hasenhorn chairlift
Cable car company Todtnau GmbH
D-79674 Todtnau

Opening hours

weekdayOpening hours
Saturday10: 00–16: 30 pm
Sunday10: 00–16: 30 pm
Opening hours source: Google Places
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