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.

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The Große Bunkerberg at Volkspark Friedrichshain with its 78 metres of elevation is the highest hill of the district Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg. Berlin locals have given it the nickname “Mont Klamott”. The sledding track on Kleiner Bunkerberg kicks off with a steep hell but ends at the bottom with a long finish. At each side of the track is a fence to prevent people from accidentally accessing the tracks and avoiding high-speed collisions with the trees.

The track however is not made for the faint of heart since it is very uneven. To make up for that there is a number of good slopes on either side of both hills, even snow-boarding is possible here!

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Editors Rating

Sledding Track
4.50

Space Availability
4.00

Suited for Children
3.50

Winter Feeling
4.00

Total
4.00

Address

Sledding Hill at Volkspark Friedrichshain

Am Friedrichshain 8, 10407 Berlin

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No Phone Number available

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Business Hours

Continuous

once snow lasts

Important information

How to get there

Am Friedrichshain

Parking

Available

Recommneded Age

Children aged 8 and up, parts are suited for families with children

Track Length

Around 150 metres

Approach

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