Top 5 ski resorts to Snooc

Top 5 Station de ski pour pratiquer la luge Snooc

This winter 2020, it's time to plan your vacation with a new winter gear, the SNOOC.

Our team has selected the 5 best ski resorts in Europe, so you can toboggan and snowshoe on the best slopes in the best conditions and enjoy the SNOOC experience.

Coup de coeur


Le Snooc a Chamonix

Chamonix is SNOOC's favourite ski resort; it has a special place for us and we would like to present our partner Domaine des Planards as one of the best places to practice Snooc with a panoramic view of the Alps and Mont Blanc.  

Come to Domaine des Planards to discover the pleasures of skiing and snow, with this winter activity easy to learn!

More information about the Snooc activity in the article Chamonix, domaine des planards

1- La plagne 

Ski resort of the Tarentaise valley, La Plagne is also and above all 6 high altitude resorts (from 1800 to 2100 meters): Plagne Aime 2000, Plagne Centre, Plagne Bellecôte, Belle Plagne, Plagne 1800 and Plagne Village / Soleil.

Plagne is one of the most popular ski resorts in the French Alps. It covers all your needs in terms of ski slopes and après-ski.

Put on your skis and set off for Paradiski, one of the largest connected ski areas in the world.

SNOOC is permitted throughout the resort, you can enjoy the SNOOC experience on and off piste and enjoy your day with family and friends.

For more information on Snooc in La Plagne, visit this page

2- Chamrousse

The resort of Chamrousse is located at the tip of the Belledonne massif, 30km from Grenoble. It extends over two levels: Chamrousse 1650 and Chamrousse 1750-1700.

The station of the easy and fast escape, only 30km from Grenoble, capital of the Alps and 1h30 from Lyon. In just a few minutes, you enter an exceptional natural area at the gateway to the High Mountains, an ideal altitude guaranteeing abundant and quality snow, a "panoramic" ski area offering different exposures.

SNOOC pick-up at the chalet du Luge Park in Chamrousse 1650

Ascent by the Gaboureaux chairlift and descent by the slopes of Gaboureaux, Arolles, Variante des Gaboureaux, Loup et jardins (red) or Liaison Recoin-Roche then Traversée du rat (blue)

For more information on the Snooc activity in Chamrousse, click here

3- Serre Chevalier

Le Snooc à Serre Chevalier

With 410 hectares of marked out ski area and a total area of 3,901 hectares, the Serre Chevalier Vallée ski area in the Hautes-Alpes is one of the largest in Europe. Great skiing in a high mountain atmosphere, quiet skiing in the larch forests, fun skiing in our play areas, family skiing in protected areas.

This winter, the resort of Serre-Chevalier has extended access to SNOOC to all the ski lifts without having to be accompanied by a professional.

This will give the mountain lover an easy and fun access on and off-piste with SNOOC.

For more information about the Snooc in Serre Chevalier, visit this page

4- Innerkrems

innerkerms domain skiable

The ski resort of Innerkrems is located in the heart of the Nockberge Mountains are the westernmost and highest mountain range of the Gurktal Alps in Austria, at an altitude of 1,550 to 2,200 m, making it one of the snowiest ski areas in Carinthia. The downhill slopes of the "Grünleitennock" offer great skiing fun - for beginners and experienced skiers alike.

The Innerkrems offers a variety of winter sports: in addition to downhill skiing and snowboarding, you can also go on excursions, snowshoe hikes, cross-country skiing, and simply have fun on the illuminated toboggan run with the Snooc winter equipment, which allows you to do all these activities with just one piece of equipment.

5- Zermatt

Le Snooc dans les Alpes Suisse

At an altitude of about 3883 metres, between Zermatt and Breuil-Cervinia, lies the highest ski area in Switzerland, the Matterhorn ski paradise. 360 kilometres of blue, red, black and yellow slopes promise fantastic skiing.

This winter 20220, it will be possible to toboggan down the highest toboggan run in the Alps from Rotenboden to Riffelberg on a Snooc sledge.

Take the Gornergrat railway from Zermatt to Rotenboden, where the exciting 1.5 km descent to the Rifffelberg begins. Snoocs can be rented at the Rotenboden railway station, just like a classic sledge.

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