The main difference to the widely used Davos sledge is the seat height. At 30 centimetres, it is much higher and allows taller people to sit comfortably. This makes the sledge seem a bit bulkier, but it is also a lot more stable. For decades, the Engelberg sledge was made in the various carpentry workshops in the village. As sledging became more and more out of fashion, things quietened down around this piece of sports equipment "Made in Engelberg". What was not forgotten was the knowledge about the actual construction of the sledges. Sepp Infanger still had such vehicles until a few years ago.