An easy and rewarding tobogganing tour takes us to the Alpe Stubental in the "Pearl of Tyrol".
Distance 3.9 km
Jungholz belongs to Tyrol, but is entirely surrounded by German territory and therefore has the status of an "enclave". The area is known as a family-friendly ski destination, but the tobogganing tour to the Alpe Stubental (1264 m, open all year round, Monday is a day off) is also worth a look. It runs over south-facing, open terrain and can therefore offer us a beautiful panorama of Aggenstein and Breitenberg. It is clearly laid out and well prepared. During the Christmas and carnival holidays, a toboggan taxi also runs from Langenschwand up to the alp. However, the hike up is highly recommended due to the beautiful view. Every Wednesday there is a tobogganing evening with schnitzel dinner, every Friday with a Kässpatzen meal, for which you should register at the Alpe.
Update: February 20, 2014
Getting thereA7 to exit Oy-Mittelberg, continue via Oberjoch to Wertach, continue in the direction of Oberjoch, after approx. 4 km turn left to Jungholz, follow the signs to Langenschwand.
ParkingCar park at the eastern end of the village
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EquipmentSledges can be rented at the Alpe Stubental.
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