Mountain Carts are a fun and exciting activity for the whole family! A Mountain Cart is a three-wheeled cart with brakes on both rear wheels, so the speed can be easily adapted to the conditions. This is an activity that requires no prior knowledge and is fun for both children and adults.
The trails are right by Sirdal Lodge where you can take a lunch break and continue driving afterwards! To drive a Mountain Cart alone, you must be over 140 cm and over 10 years old. Any children below these requirements must ride with an adult. The clip cards are not personal and can be used by several people. The clip cards are valid until 11th October 2022, and when the card is used it can be given to the lift operator or in the used-card basket by the fences.
|June||Weekends only||Saturday 11:00-17:00|
|15.08-02.10||Weekends only||Saturday 11:00-17:00|
|4 trip Combi card**||160,-|
** Combi card – Order a 10+ year 3-hour climb in High & Low, buy a 4 trip Mountain Cart ticket for only 160, -.
No refund of card/ticket is given due to technical or weather-related downtime/closure of the facility. Trips are not personal so they can be shared. Tours can be used on a later occasion within our opening hours throughout the summer season.
10% discount for groups between 10-19 people, who have booked a minimum the day before arrival. Inquiries are sent by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
20% discount for groups over 20 people, who have booked a minimum the day before arrival. Inquiries are sent by e-mail: email@example.com
Schools recieve discounted prices with us on weekdays. Read more here «Schools»
10 RULES FOR Mountain carts
1. RESPONSIBILITY TO AVOID DAMAGE
You must drive responsiblity so that you do not injure yourself or others.
2. ADJUST THE SPEED ACCORDING TO THE CONDITIONS
You must drive in a controlled manner at the correct speed according to skill, terrain, road conditions and traffic.
Coming from behind (from above) you are responsible for avoiding collision.
It is forbidden to drive straight downhill. If you must overtake another Cart – you must provide sufficient space and pass at the correct speed.
Driving is only allowed in the designated tracks.
6. STOPPING IN THE SLOPE
Do not stop in narrow or in places where you will not be seen by Carts coming behind you.
7. ON FOOT IN THE TRACKS
If you are on foot, you must use only the outside edges of tracks, so that you can be seen and avoided by drivers
It is compulsory that all that drive a mountain cart must wear a helmet.
9. RESPECT SIGNAGE
You must follow signs, markings and directions.
10. ASSISTANCE IN THE CASE OF ACCIDENTS
In the case of injuries, it is your obligation to stop and help. Witnesses and persons involved are required to provide their personal data.
It is forbidden to stay in the Tracks / Skisenter outside opening hours. This may result in a fatal accident as work/maintenance is carried out after hours.
Mountain carts are associated with a certain hazard. It is forbidden to be under the influence of drugs/alcohol and drive a mountain cart. Violation of Cart rules may result in removal from the activity!