The first, south-east facing section of the toboggan run is fairly straight before the run then leads into the «God S-chür» forest, where many smaller bends challenge the technical skills. After a little more than a kilometre, a sharp right-hand bend follows. The manoeuvre is rewarded with a magnificent view over Ftan Pitschen, a typical Engadine village. The last stretch to the valley station of the Ftan-Prui mountain railway is clear and well suited for a quick descent. In total, about two of the three kilometres lead through the forest.
144 Emergency call, first aid
1414 Mountain rescue REGA
112 International emergency call
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