The Fideriser Heuberge offer winter fun without the hustle and bustle. Up to 2000 metres above sea level, guests can only reach the top with the ski area's minibuses. The route is closed to private traffic.Safe and harmless sledging is therefore (almost) always possible here between December and mid-March. During the bus closing time between 2.30 and 4 pm, the winding route down to Fideris village is only open to tobogganists.While at the very top of the mountain the altitude offers guaranteed snow, further down it is the skilful routing through shady slopes and light forest passages. This ensures that the toboggan run in high winter leads down to the village.You can find up-to-date information on the status of the sledge run on the website www.heuberge.ch.
Remember to book your Snooc in advance at the resort or buy it directly on snooc.ski
As with tobogganing, snowshoeing and ski touring, check theweather and snow conditions before committing yourselfin SNOOC snowshoe sledge.
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Tips and hints
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 thereVia the A13 and the N28 to Fideris.
ParkingThe road to the Heuberge is closed to private traffic in winter, unlike in summer. The shuttle buses of the Heuberge take you from the sawmill, where you can park your car, up into the Heuberge to the mountain houses "Heuberg" and "Arflina".
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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