Enjoy the SNOOC sled mini ski on this tour is quite demanding, but beautifully embedded in the landscape, so that the ascend to the Denk-Alm is definitely worthwhile.
Distance 4.1 km
Highest point940 m
Lowest point704 m
With the Snooc, you go off-road hiking with your friends and family. You discover new horizons, the mountains beyond the ski resorts. You have fun sliding in powder snow... and all that without any training!With a view of the Brauneck, we can start here for a challenging toboggan ride. After an ascent on foot, the cosy Denk-Alm invites you to stop for a bite to eat before returning down to Lenggries with your senses awakened. Due to the steep passages and tight bends, this circuit is more suitable for experienced tobogganers.
Remember to book your Snooc in advance at the resort
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
From the parking lot we leave Lenggries behind us and soon reach a wooden bridge. At first the road is quite even and goes through meadows, but from the left turn on it gets steeper. About 20 minutes we walk uphill through a forest, until shortly before reaching the Denk-Alm the gradient becomes even steeper and we really deserve a break.Right after the start we have to concentrate fully, because the curves are really narrow and steep. We are picking up speed properly, we should be especially alert here in order not to fly off course. We leave the forest and stay on the track, because the path is partly lined with barbed wire. After some adrenaline rushes we reach our starting point again.
all notes on protected areas
By train to Bad Tölz, then by bus no. 9553 to Lenggries to the stop at the church, approx. 5 min. walk to the car park
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
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