Alpine Coaster Imst

Alpine roller coaster with adrenaline factor

Higher, faster, Alpine Coaster. The longest Alpine roller coaster in the world is not for the faint-hearted. Adrenaline junkies get their money’s worth on the 3,535 m long summer toboggan run in Hoch-Imst, whizzing down some 500 metres in altitude within a few minutes.

The new cable car of the Imst mountain railways takes you comfortably to the middle station at 1,500 m above sea level – the starting point of the Alpine Coaster. Waves, steep curves, jumps with a gradient of up to six metres and a 450-degree gyro await you on your descent. As the pilot, you have your sled under your own control and can accelerate and brake at will. And going a little slower is worth it: the beauty of the picturesque mountain nature around the Alpine Coaster can be enjoyed even better this way.

Downhill at full speed in winter

A trip to the Alpine Coaster, which is open all year round, is also worthwhile in the winter months. Wrap up warm and enjoy the snow-covered panorama as you whizz down into the valley with a high adrenaline level and a cool breeze in your face. Skiers end their ski days in the most fun way by taking the Alpine Coaster back to the valley station instead of the gondola.