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SNOOC - Sledge run Saanersloch

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 A toboggan run, ideal with a SNOOC (snowshoe sled) that allows you to make tight, demanding turns with some very steep sections (not suitable for children). The second part of the run is easier.
easy
Distance 4.1 km
0:12 h
0 m
668 m
1,940 m
1,273 m
The Saanersloch Run is a more demanding toboggan run, the first part of which runs between Saanersloch and Saanenwald and includes steep sections. A challenge for tobogganers and the longest round of the Ronda. Tobogganers can strengthen themselves at the Euter Bar on the ski slope or in the Restaurant Kübeli, which offers the famous Möser Döner and great views. The second part of the route runs between Saanenwald and Saanenmöser and is rather easy to ski. The route is 4.1 kilometres long and takes about 45 minutes.

Author’s recommendation

Remember to book your Snooc in advance at the resort

Tel.: +41 / 33 / 7488737

or buy it directly on snooc.ski

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Joseph EL HAGE
Update: January 09, 2021
Difficulty
easy
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Highest point
Saanerslochgrat (Saanersloch mountain station), 1,940 m
Lowest point
Saanersloch valley station, Saanenmöser, 1,273 m
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Safety information

As 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)

Start

Saanersloch mountain station, Saanerslochgrat, 3777 Saanenmöser (1940 m) (1,940 m)
Coordinates:
SwissGrid
2'592'229E 1'149'592N
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46.497598, 7.337413
DMS
46°29'51.4"N 7°20'14.7"E
UTM
32T 372421 5150679
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Destination

Saanersloch valley station, old road 2, 3777 Saanenmöser

Turn-by-turn directions

The Saanersloch run is a more demanding toboggan run, the first part of which lies between Saanersloch and Saanenwald and includes steep sections. The second part of the route runs between Saanenwald and Saanenmöser and is fairly easy to ski. The route is 4.1 kilometres long and takes about 45 minutes.

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Public transport

Public-transport-friendly

Schönried railway station

Getting there

The destination of Gstaad is located in the southwest of Switzerland directly on the border with the French-speaking part of the country. The region is easily accessible by train or car from the Lake Thun region, the Lake Geneva region and the Gruyère region. Direct connections to the European high-speed train network and to all international airports in Switzerland guarantee a time-saving and pleasant journey.

Parking

Paid parking spaces at the Saanersloch valley station.

Coordinates

SwissGrid
2'592'229E 1'149'592N
DD
46.497598, 7.337413
DMS
46°29'51.4"N 7°20'14.7"E
UTM
32T 372421 5150679
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Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Book recommendation by the author

Winter hiking map Destination Gstaad available in the tourism office 

Equipment

You 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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Difficulty
easy
Distance
4.1 km
Duration
0:12 h
Descent
668 m
Highest point
1,940 m
Lowest point
1,273 m
Public-transport-friendly Multi-stage route Scenic Refreshment stops available Flora and fauna Cableway ascent/descent Insider tip
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1600 m 1800 m
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