Sledging in Les Mosses

Description

At the Col des Mosses, a family paradise, sledging guarantees that everyone can enjoy the joys of winter. Davos sled, bobsled, simple plastic "plate" or even on the buttocks, sledging guarantees moments of intense fun.

From a very young age, sledging is the essential winter sport, easily accessible to all. Once the apprehension of the descent is over, it is the joys of sliding for children as well as for adults. In Les Mosses, two sites are specially adapted for children's slides. In the centre of the village, next to the Blatti sports shop, or at the bottom of the ski slopes, next to the Jardin des neiges. La Lécherette also has a sledge run in the centre of the village. At the foot of the slopes of Les Mosses, the children's hill, opposite the self-service restaurant La Drosera, also allows children to slide. By letting themselves go down on their buttocks, the children dig and form real tracks over about twenty metres. You can then watch your children having fun from the deckchairs on the terrace.

At the Col des Mosses, a family paradise, sledging guarantees that everyone can enjoy the joys of winter. Davos sled, bobsled, simple plastic "plate" or even on the buttocks, sledging guarantees moments of intense fun.

From a very young age, sledging is the essential winter sport, easily accessible to all. Once the apprehension of the descent is over, it is the joys of sliding for children as well as for adults. In Les Mosses, two sites are specially adapted for children's slides. In the centre of the village, next to the Blatti sports shop, or at the bottom of the ski slopes, next to the Jardin des neiges. La Lécherette also has a sledge run in the centre of the village. At the foot of the slopes of Les Mosses, the children's hill, opposite the self-service restaurant La Drosera, also allows children to slide. By letting themselves go down on their buttocks, the children dig and form real tracks over about twenty metres. You can then watch your children having fun from the deckchairs on the terrace.

Duration

People usually spend 30 minutes here.
Location
Getting There
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