6km Toboggan Run Val Thorens, Val Thorens

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  • Once you get the hang, it's very nice and very funny, especially to many! In my opinion not suitable with young children because it is still impressive... and it is long! Yes it is ' has a few passages where you walk but 50 m at most, certainly not as much as hear some opinions! It's also a lot more physical than it looks! back pain Chronicles go your way! We are a couple in good physical condition, and we were frankly exhausted the next day!
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  • Beautiful descent into the dark. After the funitel péclet superb views of the mountain rise. Guaranteed thrills and giggles. Helmet required!
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  • Fun activity. Can agree with others arrange can feel slightly small for adult. The course crossed the ski slopes on three occasions. It was a place you had to walk a few meters to go is not enough. Otherwise, a challenging course that was entertaining. Has no other toboggan to compare with.
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  • Val Thorens, highest resort in Europe. Great snow. Nice town. Convenient for access to slopes.
  • 7500ft above sea level and a truly amazing place. The mecca for high-altitude alpine skiing with guaranteed snow. Eating out is relatively expensive as you might expect, however there isn't that many great places to eat in the resort. In the end, since we had an apartment we ended up cooking - it just seemed easier. There is a couple of super markets that are open from early morning, through to the evening. There are quite a few 'magic-carpets' (conveyor belts for skiers), in the resort area, and they are free, you don't need a pass to use them, so skiers, pedestrians and tobogganers can all use them. If you are arriving mid-day and teaching someone to ski, then you won't need a pass until day two. There are plenty of tobogganing runs set out some from as high as 9000 ft - the people using them seems to have plenty of fun. There is a good mix of different runs - with the black runs being relatively easy albeit steep - expect for the black run to Orelle, Combe Rosael, which is a steep run covered in mid sized moguls which will test the most experienced.
  • Great holiday, good snow due to height. Lively and also quiet places if you don't fancy the nightlife.
  • So much to ski. You'll make the best use if you're comfortable on reds to get between valley's. Spent the first week in February here and very little or no queuing for lifts.
  • Awesome resort more runs than you could do in a week, loads of other stuff to do toboggans go karts etc