The best toboggan runs in Europe

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This winter, the SNOOC team (mixed between tobogganing and skiing) is ready for the winter season. Our aim is to make it easier for you to plan your winter holidays and discover the beautiful mountains of our massifs.  The SNOOC team has selected for you the best toboggan runs in Europe in various ski resorts in Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Italy and Scandinavia.

Switzerland

Big Pintenfritz, Europe's longest toboggan run

La plus longue piste de luge d’Europe

The "Big Pintenfritz" is considered to be one of the longest toboggan runs in Europe. For this reason, the run from Faulhorn to Grindelwald Oberäll is a must for toboggan enthusiasts. The Schreckhorn, the Wetterhorn North Face and the Eiger are some of the most beautiful scenery in Europe.

The SNOOC Outdoor active tobogganing route can be found on the SNOOC Outdoor active page, where you will find all the information you need, including the route. 

Germany

Sledge run in Todtnau

Piste de luge à Todtnau

Discover the longest Blomberg toboggan run in Germany.

From the station, passing the Blomberghaus hostel, the toboggan run descends at full speed through a beautiful snow-covered forest towards the valley.

Tobogganing with family and friends on Europe's longest toboggan run, lots of fun and laughter, the toboggan run is 3.5 kilometres long, can give the feeling of sliding with control and making turns all the way down the run.

Austria

Grieralm toboggan run

Piste de luge Grieralm

It all starts in Jung, Hintertux. After an hour and a half walk you reach the Grieral hut: 1,786 metres above sea level. The ascent route is a little longer than the descent itself. You can also take advantage of the special shuttle bus to reach the top of the trail. The opening hours of the piste are as follows: every day from 1.30 pm to 3 pm, from 5.30 pm to 6.30 pm and from 10.30 pm. In the evening, the track is lit. The runway is maintained daily.

Italy

San Candido sledge run

Piste de luge  Hochpustertal italie

A descent on the slopes of the Hochpustertal guarantees fun for the whole family. Those who like to have fun without first having to climb a mountain can take the lift from Haunold to Innichen and from Rotwand to Sexten. All they have to do is get on board, and soon they will be able to launch their toboggan on a toboggan run in excellent condition. Sledges can be rented near the lifts.

Scandinavians, Norvège, Oslo
Piste de luge de Korketrekkeren

Piste de luge de Korketrekkeren

Built in the 1900s, the Korketrekkeren ("corkscrew") is the longest sledge run in Oslo. It runs down the slope between Frognerseteren and Midtstuen underground stations. Recommended for everyone, young and old! All schuss without a break: 8-10 min. Length 2000 m, height difference 255 m. When you arrive in Midtstuen, take the underground 1 to Frognerseteren and start again!

Enjoy the SNOOC!

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