Sledding, snow boarding and even cross-country skiing - though Berlin is mostly flat, there are some pretty good sledding hills in town. The best hills and tracks for a speedy toboggan run are presented here by the Top10 Berlin team. Once the temperatures have dropped and everything is covered in snow, there is hardly anything better to for families with children to get out those sleds, polish the runnings and go on a family trip to the snow. Tip: If you don't have a sled or toboggan of your own in the basement, you can rent one at the Schlittenverleih sled rentals of some bike rental companies - make your pick betweena sled, a bob, a slider or whatever and run to the Top10 sledding hills!
  • Sledding Hill Teufelsberg

    Teufelsberg is probably the fastest sledding hill in all of Berlin - with 120 metres Berlin's highest elevation.

  • Oderbruchkippe at Volkspark Prenzlauer Berg

    With an elevation of 91 metres, the Oderbruchkippe ranks on place 9 of Berlin hills. Its slopes tend to get busy with sledding enthusiasts in winter.

  • Sledding Hill at Freizeitpark Lübars

    If you have not had enough sledding fun before sunset, head to Reinickendorf: At Freizeitpark Lübars you can zoom down the hill with floodlighting.

  • Sledding Hill Fischtalpark

    Sledding at Fischtalpark is above all suited for smaller children. Several flat sledding tracks make a sled ride for the smallest ones fun and mean no danger at all.

  • Sledding Hill Insulaner

    The Insulaner is a 75-metres high elevation in Berlin and the pride of the Berlin sledding enthusiasts. Located in the middle of a nice park with an observatory on its top and a planetarium at the foot of the hill, the Insulaner is a point of call for young and old.

  • Sledding in Viktoriapark

    The slopes of the Kreuzberg are above all filled with families with children for some sledding fun. Viktoriapark with Berlin's highest natural hill is the perfect spot for it - it scores with a nice panorama and a stall selling hot tea for you to have some winter fun.

  • Sledding Hill Hahneberg

    One of Berlin's longest sledding descents can be found on Spandau's Hahneberg. The track of around 600 metres length scores big time with high speeds.

  • Sledding Hill at Volkspark Friedrichshain

    The hills Großer and Kleiner Bunkerberg offer various slopes to sledding enthusiasts at Volkspark Friedrichshain, from fast descents to slow glides.

  • Rixdorfer Höhe at Hasenheide

    The Rixdorfer Höhe is a debris hill of around 70 metres height in the middle of Hasenheide. With a spiralling sledding track it is a challenge to the bravest of sledding enthusiasts.

  • Sledding Hill Humboldthöhe

    Sledding enthusiasts at Wedding tend to go to Volkspark Humboldthain. The descent down from Humboldthöhe is quite steep but there are also slower tracks available.