Why premium class? On Wiegand toboggan runs, passengers of all generations experience maximum ride fun with the highest possible safety.
Ride with your child, grandchild or partner, comfortably and conveniently in a slide that offers space for two adults.
Individual belt systems and the belt locking device ensure passengers
are held securely in their seats.
The enormous conveying capacity of 500 persons per hour as well as the all-weather suitability of the Wiegand Alpine Coaster generates turnover all year round for you as the operator.
Independent speed control by operating the brake lever and exciting routing through steep curves, across bridges, through tunnels, varied with steep sections in combination with twisters and camelbacks, all individually adapted to the local circumstances and your wishes, are what make summer tobogganing so appealing.
Photo and video points along the route provide unforgettable memories.
An adventure playground, a slide rambling path, climbing towers, suitable seating and attractive catering round off the offer and invite the guests to stay longer.
High transport capacity
all year round
your theme world
WPK & welding certificate
according to DIN EN 1090-1
- larger design of the comfort toboggans
- multi-coloured chassis design is possible >>
- eddy current-based service brake, therefore wear-free - advantage over the competition
- integrated belt locking device
- front and rear lights
Overview of all information
|Transport capacity||500 pph|
|Maintenance requirement||low (1 % from turnover)|
|ROI||From 2 years of operating time|
|Height difference||min. 30 m|
|Location||Optimal on a highly trafficed main road with view of the installation|
|As an individual attraction or in combination with other attractions (leisure parks)|
|Minimum age||From age of 8 (3 - 7 in when accompanied)|
|Minimum height||1,35 m|
|Maximum speed||40 km/h|
|Max. loading weight||150 kg|
|Belt buckle locking system||integrated|
|Front and rear lights||integrated|
|DIN ISO||DIN ISO 19202-1 as well as DIN ISO 19202-2|
|Track end brake||integrated|
|fully-automatic Wiegand Lifter - the most profitable solution|
|existing draglift or chairlift (retrofit necessary)|
|or separate Wiegand toboggan transport system|
|Alpine Coaster 2.0||individual chassis colour design|
The Alpine Coaster by Wiegand is a track-guided all-weather toboggan run that can be operated all year round. It can be elevated up to 5 m to compensate for any differences in terrain and offer the tobogganist a varied ride. It comes complete with numerous safety components.
On the Wiegand Summer Toboggan Run, the trough parts are laid in the ground, deep-drawn parts in the bends boost the fun for the visitor.
In wet conditions, the track can be operated under certain conditions after it is retrofitted with wet brake shoes.
Bridge and roundabout constructions are no problem with either type of track.
Each system is individually adapted to the respective terrain, so it is not possible to give figures at the moment. The price depends on a variety of factors, for example:
- Are there elevated sections, if so how many metres and how high?
- Are bridge constructions necessary?
- Which uphill transport system will be used, which gradient will be overcome?
- What safety equipment is required?
To give you a quotation suitable for your location, all we need is a map with contour lines or a google placemark.
Initial course designs are drafted on the basis of terrain maps and or terrain inspections In conjunction with our project managers. You also receive a corresponding price quotation. These track designs can be used for initial discussions with the local authorities.
In the further development of the project, the detailed planning, the final version of the track is projected directly in the terrain. During this detailed planning on site, you and our project manager will position the installation as best as possible in the terrain available. The marked course of the track must then be surveyed by a local surveyor. This survey then serves as the basis for the detailed planning and the production.
Once all the preliminary work has been completed and the required components have been produced, shipped and delivered on site, one or two experienced Wiegand fitters are sent to the construction site. The system is assembled under their guidance. The customer must provide at least 10 able and willing helpers for this work. This also reduces the basic assembly time and the assembly costs as well.
It is a good thing if the future operating personnel are already among the helpers. During this time, these persons have the opportunity to familiarise themselves with the assembly and functioning of the toboggan run.
After completion of the assembly work, the future operating personnel are trained by our fitters. In this context, the operator also receives an operating and maintenance manual for the system, which contains all information on operation and necessary maintenance work and intervals.
Our customers are not left alone even after successful commissioning: our service department also offers inspections incl. further consultations if required.