You’re going to Isère this winter!  A good idea to get your fill of mountain air and enjoy the snow-capped peaks for some winter sports. Check out our 5 favourite tobogganing spots with good times guaranteed for all ages.     *places

Isère family sledging

More and more winter sports resorts are creating toboggan runs. Here, we recommend our favourites so your whole family can make the most of their stay in the snow.

Colline des Bains, Villard de Lans

At the ski and toboggan park, all styles of tobogganing are allowed! From beginners to thrill-seekers, all toboggan fans are sure to love the place. The ideal place to go for large families, who’ll find something to please everyone there.

From 2 years old

1hr €9.50 €per adult, €7.50 € per child

6 slopes for all levels


Villard de Lans toboggan run
Lans en Vercors toboggan

Aigle toboggan run in Lans en Vercors

A groomed, safe toboggan run in the heart of the village. It’s even equipped with small bumps so kids can familiarise themselves with all the thrills of tobogganing. For older kids, there’s another safe toboggan run at the Montagnes de Lans downhill ski area.

Free for kids under 3, those over 76, guests

Ski lift 

Fun area at Col de Marcieu in Saint Pierre de Chartreuse

With 17 000 square metres of safe groomed slopes, this fun area includes 4 toboggan runs. 2 green for the little ones who are new to sledging, a steeper blue one and a red one for the more adventurous.

To make the most of it, the toboggan area is lit on Saturdays from 5.00pm to 7.00pm.

From 2 years old

Free for kids under 3

Ski lift


Saint Pierre de Chartreuse toboggan
Chamrousse toboggan

Toboggan park in Chamrousse

Chamrousse takes its tobogganing seriously! The toboggan park has a track with more than 2 km of descent and 315 metres of vertical drop including banked turns and bumps. It really is a thrilling ride!

The run is open in the evening during ski nights.

From €11 €per adult child from 5 years old with an adult

Ski lift


Vaujany in Oisan

Very close to Grenoble, the resort of Vaujany has several toboggan runs. For the little ones, there are 2 slopes on the snow front. And the third, reserved for older kids, is located in the heart of the ski area with access by cable car. There’s something to satisfy all sledging fans!

Free access with ski pass

No ski lift

Vaujany toboggan


If you want to go sledging in the evening or even on the ski slopes, check with the tourist office in your resort: "night sledging" events generally reserved for adults are sometimes organised.

Please note that access to all these slopes depends, of course, on the snow conditions. 

And there you have it – all our best spots to enjoy winter sports in Isère! 

tobogganing equipment

Need a reminder about equipment?

It’s very simple: take your ski equipment and good après-ski snow boots, and you’re fully equipped!

When sledging, your hands are used a lot to brake and steer, and they’re quite close to the snow, so go for a good pair of waterproof ski gloves / mittens.

We can’t say it too many times, but for you, like your kids, a helmet is essential for all winter sports (skiing, snowboarding, sledging etc).

A ski mask, to protect your eyes from UV rays and maintain good vision even when you pick up speed.

And of course, it’s important to respect the following safety rules: 

- Don’t set off down the track while another sledge is heading down in front of you to avoid any risk of collision.

- Go back up the sides of the run so you don’t get in the way of other sledgers.

- You must not go sledging on ski slopes or mountain roads, even if they’re snow-covered.

In our video tutorial series, our sledger gives you all the keys to learn how to toboggan safely. Step by step, here are our tips for controlling your sledge (wooden, flat or snow shovel). 

you haven’t found what you’re looking for?

You’ll find a large number of ski resorts offering toboggan runs for the whole family. 

Our 5 favourite sledging spots in Isère