What is the correct way to ride?

Operating the Alpine Coaster is literally as easy as child's play. Most important requirement for safe and problem-free summer fun on the Alpine Coaster in Hoch-Imst: Considerate riding, and making sure to keep a safe distance from the sled ahead and behind you!

Trained staff

Our friendly staff is always available to answer questions and to help you get in and out of the facility.  

Complete control

The driver always controls the speed with the help of the two break levers on each side of the sled. 

Be considerate

It is important to adjust the speed accordingly to the conditions and what's ahead. Don't forget to slow down before sharp curves. 

Young Coaster pilots can ...

  • ride accompanied by an adult from age 3
  • ride alone from age 8 (at least 1.25-m tall)
  • ride with a passenger from age 14 

The 10 most frequently asked questions!

 Alpine Coaster FAQ

How old must my child be to ride the Alpine Coaster? 
Children from age 3 can ride the coaster.

How old must kids be to ride alone?
Kids can ride alone from age 8. They must also be at least 1.25-m tall (4'2"). 

When is the last ride downhill?
At 5:00 p.m.

Can you bring backpacks, hiking sticks, and the like on the Alpine Coaster? 
No, but we offer free transport for your gear with the lift. 

Does the Alpine Coaster run when it's raining?

What is the maximum speed of the Alpine Coaster?
Maximum speed is 40 km/h (ca 25 mph).

Are two people allowed in the same sled?
Yes, except for when it's raining. People weighing more than 110 kg (242 lbs) must ride alone. 

Can I bring my pet on the Alpine Coaster? 
No! The Alpine Coaster is not safe for pets.

What distance must I keep to the Coaster ahead of me? 
In dry conditions, at least 25 meters (85 ft), and at least 50 meters (160 ft) by rain.

How long is the Alpine Coaster track?
It is 3.5-km long. Strecke beträgt 3,5 km (ca 2,2 miles). That makes it the world's longest alpine roller coaster! 

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