68 metres - that's the height of Kreuzberg in Viktoriapark, Berlin's highest natural hill. A splending starting point for zooming downhill and especially popular with families with children. The slopes are not too steep, that's why they are also suited for smaller sledding enthusiasts.
Downside: The slopes are always fairly busy but of sufficient width. The lamp posts at the bottom of the hill are cushioned with bags full with leaves to provide protection.
And as soon as the snow lasts, a stall selling hot tea opens for business.
Sledding in ViktoriaparkKatzbachstraße 1
- Continuous: once snow lasts
- How to get there: Kreuzberg- or Katzbachstraße
- Parking: In the street
- Recommended Age: Children aged 6 and up
- Track Length: Around 50 metres on each side