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Nocky Flitzer, Turracher Hohe

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  • Gravity powered downhill coaster. It can go fairly fast just don't get stuck behind a slowcoach as that can ruin the experience. Free rude included with 6 or more day ski pass. Otherwise 8 euros a rid...  more »
  • The ride is a cross between sledging on tracks and a roller coaster. It looks scarier than it really is and is lots of fun. The cars are easy to control. We went on twice as it was so exhilarating!  more »
  • Lots of fun. Tried it twice with my kids of 9 and 13. You can be 1 or 2 in the sleigh. It is manual with brakes and it is a really beautiful run down the mountain. Try it!  more »
  • So so fun. Going to do it again later this week !!!!
  • Great view point, good service
  • Very fun and very exciting! Would like to play several time in a roll!
  • Place worth visiting!
  • Positive:-the best route, that I ever in a bobsleigh experience was extreme long distance - good accessibility by gondola/walk - so the price is more than justified - good impression with regard to safety and comfort neutral: - beautiful days quite long waiting times (only the railway can be anything) negative:-too short time between two cars, so that one, unless you want to drive fast, first arg must slow in the first section. So I had a mother once with a child in front of me and accordingly their pace was why would be a greater distance to more fun then.
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