Our top 5 toboggan runs in Savoie

This winter, is Savoie top of the list for your holiday in the snow? Check out our 5 favourite toboggan runs! Young and old alike will love the place for its winter sports full of laughter and thrills.

Sledge Savoie family top 5

More and more winter sports resorts are creating toboggan runs. Savoie has plenty to offer in this area, so we have taken our favourite slopes to offer you a totally subjective Top 5 which should ensure you have great winter sporting moments!

Arrondine toboggan area in Flumet

If you dream of winter sports under the gaze of Mont Blanc, try the Arrondine sledging area. The village lake turns into a playground for the little ones when the snow arrives. You can go sledging here, as well as build snowmen and hold snowball fights!  

- Free access
- From 2 years old
- No ski lift

Top 5 Flumet sledging

Cosmojet in Val Thorens

Be advised: here, you’re on the longest toboggan run in France! 6 km of descent, on a natural valley, accessible from 5 years old. The start alone is worth the trip, as you start at the foot of the Péclet Glacier, at an altitude of 3000 metres. The descent lasts 45 minutes, on varying slopes and turns.

- €16.50 per descent (sledge and helmet included)
- Free for children 5 to 10 years old if under 1m25 on the sledge of an adult
- €24.50 for an evening descent

Val Thorens toboggan

In the heart of the Revard domain

2 toboggan runs for the little ones: one free, the other chargeable with a lift mat. The steepness and length of the slopes are adapted so that children can discover sledging in complete safety. And if you want more thrills, the other resorts in the Savoie Grand Revard area have toboggan runs for older children.

- Paying run accessible with a valid ski pass, otherwise charge of €3
- From 3 years old

Toboggan Top 5 Revard

Between Courchevel and Courchevel village

Do you have to go from Courchevel 1850 to Courchevel village with your children? Then take the 2-kilometre toboggan run! It’s accessible until 7.30pm thanks to its lighting throughout the run. The start is located at the side of the Tovets run in Courchevel 1850.

- Free if you have a valid ski pass, 8 euros otherwise
- From 10 years old

Courchevel toboggan top 5

Toboggan run at La Toussuire in Maurienne

The Gliss les Lutins area includes a safe area reserved for children to practise tobogganing in all its forms! And if you have teenagers looking for thrills with you, they can have a blast on the nearby Tubing track.

- Free access
- From 2 years old-
No ski lift

La Toussuire toboganning Top 5

The fun bonus!


If you want to go tobogganing 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 runs depends, of course, on the snow conditions. 



Need a reminder about your equipment?

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

Your hands do a lot of work when sledging 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, as well as for your children, a helmet is essential for all types of winter sports (skiing, snowboarding, sledging etc).

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


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

- Do not 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 track so as not to get in the way of other sledgers.

- You must not toboggan on ski slopes and on mountain roads, even if they’re snow-covered.

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

All you have to do now is have fun!