Flying with a bird of prey can be exhilarating. Especially when an eagle called First Glider takes flight. His four “passengers” float through the mountain landscape and enjoy a panoramic view at high speeds: To begin with, the First Glider is pulled backwards from Schreckfeld towards First at 72 km/h. It is on the way back that the eagle really takes off. He and his passengers glide the 800-metre-long flight route at up to 83 km/h
Air, nothing but air – above, below, to the right and left: Being on the First Flieger is easy, freedom is limitless and the pace is high. Perfectly secured in the stable harness, up to four persons whiz along the 800 metre long steel cable from First to Schreckfeld at a top speed of 84 kilometres per hour. In some places, they hover approximately 50 metres above the alpine meadows. Fully airborne.
First mountain cart
Sledging is too much fun to do it only in winter. This is what the inventors of the mountain cart said: A cross between go-kart and sled. It travels down the mountain on almost any terrain and is safe, comfortable and also suitable for children from 135 cm in height. The centre of gravity is low, the wheels are wide apart, and hydraulic brakes ensure that you can keep the speed under control over long distances. The same applies to the three kilometre long natural road from Schreckfeld to Bort: sledging on wheels, all summer long.
It had a fortunate start in life. the Trottibike inherited the best features of the scooter and the bicycle. You stand upright on a wide footboard and roll along pleasantly even on bumpy surfaces, thanks to the suspension fork and large tyre with tread. Need some speed? The Trottibike is awaits you. After all, it has great brakes, so you can stop at any time from Bort to Grindelwald to view the meadows and farmhouses. By the way: the Trottibike has progeny of its own. The Mini-Trottibikes are suitable for the little visitors from 125 cm in height.
- Adventure packages from CHF 50 possible – bookable at the front desk
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