Sledding in the Silvretta mountain range. What at first sounds like a daring venture soon turns out to be a wonderful tobogganing adventure. The toboggan run at Lake Silvrettasee runs along the northern flank of the Silvretta ski lift, facing Galtür, which is also your tobogganing direction. This ski lift is also your transport to get back up to your starting point. The Silvretta ski lift has a special device for transporting the sledge. This device is only compatible with the toboggan rental service of Silvretta-Haus*** and the Piz Buin mountain inn. For this reason, the track may only be used with a rental sled. Both toboggan rentals are located directly on site. We recommend contacting the Silvretta-Haus*** or the Berggasthof Piz Buin in advance.
Do not play the solo entertainer but go sledding in a group.
Remember to book your Snooc in advance at the resort or buy it directly on snooc.ski
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Whether or not you're sledding, skiing or snowshoeing, you'll learn to Snooc in less than 10 minutes. Snooc snowshoe sledding is an activity for all ages: from 7 to 77 years old!We recommend that you watch the Snooc Transformation Tutorial videos at: how to practice snooc snowshoeing
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Getting thereComing from Bludenz, take the motorway exit Bludenz/Montafon and follow the L188 into Montafon. Follow the L188 deep into the valley to Partenen. Here you turn right to the Vermuntbahn. The Vermuntbahn in Partenen takes you to Trominier in only 5 minutes. From there, minibuses will take you through tunnels and the wintery high mountain landscape of the Silvretta to the Bielerhöhe at 2,032 m.
ParkingThere are numerous parking facilities at the Vermuntbahn. If this parking place are already occupied, there are also parking possibilities on the opposite side of the street at the Tafamuntbahn.
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EquipmentYou need a SNOOC, a pair of good waterproof shoes and a quality wetsuit.For the SNOOC snowshoe sledge descent, consider a mask and scarf for the face and gaiters to prevent the snow from coming up.in the pants. Back protection is recommended.Information on SNOOC equipment, click on this link: snooc.ski
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