Tobogganers do not slide on the lowest slopes, but with the SNOOC snowshoe sled you cango up on the Fronalpstock with a great view of the Alpine panorama.
Distance 2 km
On the Fronalpstock summit, surrounded by a breathtaking view of 10 lakes and various alpine peaks, our sledge run starts. You toboggan down the 2 km long sledge run to the middle station of the chair lifts at Fronalpstock.The piste is of medium difficulty and not suitable for small children.
Remember to book your Snooc in advance at the resort
+41 (0)41 227 17 17
or buy it directly on snooc.ski
AuthorJoseph EL HAGE
Update: October 26, 2020
Safety informationAs with tobogganing, snowshoeing and ski touring, check theweather and snow conditions before committing yourselfin SNOOC snowshoe sledge.
In case of any problem call
112 Euro emergency call (works with any mobile/network)
Tips and hintsWhether or not you're https://wwww.snooc.ski/ensledding, 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
For more information visit snooc.ski
Getting thereBy car on the A4 to the Schwyz exit, then in the direction of Muotathal to the valley station of the large Schwyz-Stoos funicular or by car on Morschacherstrasse (at Wolfsprung height), then follow the signs to Morschach and continue to the valley station of the small Morschach-Stoos cable car.
ParkingParking is available at the valley station of the Schwyz-Stoos funicular and the Morschach-Stoos aerial cableway.
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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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- 6 Waypoints
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