Use of the bobsled track occurs at the user’s own risk. Appropriate clothing must be worn, and use of the track under the influence of drugs or alcohol is forbidden.
Use of the safety belt is required on the entire length of the track.
A maximum of three people may use one bob. The tallest person sits in the back. The person operating the brakes must have a clear view of the track. The person sitting in the back should keep his hands on the brake lever at all times. We request that you not touch the edge of the track.
Your upper body should always face the direction the bob is travelling. (Do not turn around, lie down, or kneel!) Do not change your sitting position, even when the lift comes to a halt. Pay attention to the people in front of you. Concentrate on the bob track ahead of you (minimum 25 meters).
Children under the age of 3 are not allowed to use the bobsled track. Children under the age 8 must be accompanied by someone over eight years old.
Please travel at a speed which does not endanger you or others. Maintain a distance of 25 meters from the bob ahead of you. Collisions with other bobs are strictly forbidden! Any damages arising out of a collision is the responsibility of the one causing the collision.
A braking distance of 50 meters should be maintained in the case of rain or frost.
We request that you follow all instructions given by our personnel once you start. Please do not go too slowly. Stop only in the event of an emergency.
The bob is automatically released at the top of the lift hill. From this point on you can control the speed of the bob by pushing the brake lever forward.
You should always follow the directions given by our personnel. Failure to follow these rules will result in exclusion from the use of the bobsled track. By purchasing a ticket, the visitor accepts these rules and agrees to follow them. The user is responsible for any damages caused and is liable to pay for the damage.