Naturrodelbahn Reitherjoch Alm Seefeld/Reith

The picturesque natural toboggan run Reitherjoch Alm is one of the most beautiful toboggan runs around Seefeld. On the ascent from the valley station of the Rosshütte cable car, you not only overcome 2,5 kilometers of toboggan run, but also around 290 meters in altitude.

On the cleared winter hiking trail you walk through the sparse spruce and pine forest until you reach the rustic Reitherjoch Alm after about one hour. After a well-deserved snack, the descent is initially quite leisurely and panoramic, but then steep in places and with numerous switchbacks - perfect for experienced tobogganers and experts! As a beginner with children, you might prefer to look for an easier alternative - for example in the Leutascher Gaistal or at the family mountain Katzenkopf.

For inquiries, information and reservations you reach the Reitherjoch Alm vie phone +43 676 7770 501 or via Mail: or in the web on

Facts about the toboggan run:

  • Length: approx. 2,5 kilometers
  • Ascent: 290 hm
  • Ascent assistance: no
  • Ligthing: no

Refreshment stops:


Be sure to check the condition of the toboggan run directly with the Seefeld Information and Mobility Center and the Reitherjoch Alm in advance.

The ascent is on the same path as the descent - therefore watch out for oncoming traffic in both directions! Suitable footwear and weatherproof clothing is required, a helmet is highly recommended. The demands and condition of the toboggan run are best assessed by yourself uphill - if you are unsure, be sure to turn back! The toboggan run is not technically secured and is not prepared or checked daily. The run is not illuminated in the evening hours. We recommend the toboggan run for experienced skiers. Use at your own risk.


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