Alpine Coaster Imst
What snakes its way across the landscape in Imst? It’s the world’s longest Alpine Coaster!
Take a seat and don’t forget to fasten your belts! A ride in the longest Alpine Coaster of the world is a breathtaking experience. The start takes place at the Untermarkter Alm on 1,500 m asl. Once on the track, it’s too late to stop and the rolling adventure begins! Exciting 12 minutes are coming up, and these minutes are not for the faint-hearted! Sharp curves, 16 jumps, 25 waves and jumps 5 metres down are only some of the exciting elements that are included in the 3.5 km long ride. The top speed that can be achieved is about 40 kmph… oh wow!
But don’t worry, for those who are not that brave: the sleds have been established compliant with the highest safety standards and are equipped with an easy to use brake. By the way: you can also enjoy this breathtaking experience in case of bad weather, as the sleds are equiped with a cover. And how to reach the Alpine Coaster? Take the double-seated chair lift from Hoch-Imst!
Some rules for the little Alpine Coaster pilotes: children aged 3+ can ride in the Alpine Coaster accompanied by an adult, children aged 8+ and 1.25 m tall are allowed to ride alone, and children aged 14+ can are also allowed to ride in two! But that’s far from being all: in the finish area of the Alpine Coaster, there is Albin’s playing area with a trampoline for kids, a bungy trampoline, a quad lane, a vast sandbox as well as slides and swings.
Where: Hoch-Imst (reachable by the chair lift Untermarkter Alm)
Peculiarity: the longest Alpine Coaster of the world
Opening hours: Easter weekend (Friday - Monday) from 10 am - 4 pm, May - June and mid September - end of October Thursday - Sunday from 10 am - 5 pm, end of June - September daily from 10 am - 5 pm
Price (adults): from Euro 6.60 (1 ride)
Further information: phone +43 5412 66322, firstname.lastname@example.org