Leysin Tobogganing Park
The Leysin tobogganing park is a winter amusement park where you can enjoy “snowtubing” in icy corridors.
Large free parking just next to the park.
The parts of the park
The different elements of the tobogganing park are as follows:
- Parking lots
- Ticket office
- Refreshment bar
- Starting area
- Mini-Park tracks
- Tobogganing park tracks
The slopes of the tobogganing park
Ten slopes are available on the slide park for a duration of one hour and 50 minutes. The descents are made with a buoy and a covered carpet is used to get back up to the start of the slopes. Some tracks allow several buoys to be used simultaneously, up to a maximum of four. The official website indicates a maximum length of 2800 meters tracks for speeds up to 60 km/h.
The low or no snow cover is not a problem for the park with artificial snow production. However, low snowfall can cause the closure of several runways such as numbers 3 and 8.
The “Looping” and “Big Air Bag” tracks are the most impressive but require an additional trip price. (See price below). The attraction of “Looping” is the most impressive with a strong acceleration felt.
The mini-park has two trails for children under five.
The refreshment bar
The park’s refreshment bar has outdoor tables and, above all, a friendly heated yurt with a central stove in which you can eat a fondue.
Schedules and prices
The slide sessions take place from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm maximum and start every 2 hours. Watch out!!! The Torpille team strongly recommends to book before its arrival 48 hours in advance. The course is open from about mid-December to mid-March.
- Adult: 27 francs
- Child from 5 years old: 15 francs
The price of admission is unfortunately not enough to enjoy all the runs. The two runs requiring additional payment are:
- The “Big Air Bag” jump: 3 francs per descent
- The “Looping” jump: 8 francs per descent
Mini-tracks, under 5 years old: 5 francs per hour.
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