Seated just 20 cm up from the ground, you get some amazing sliding experiences when you try out a Yooner. It’s light and easy to use, with a shock-absorber for comfort and a skate to help “carve” just like you do on skis.
The Tapacu is the forerunner of the Yooner, a proper old-fashioned sledge made by local craftsmen, which can only be tried out during the Yesteryear evenings organised by La Giettaz’s ESF.
Permitted slopes :
Crest-Voland / Cohennoz
The Yonner practise is permitted on the slopes of Crest-Voland / Cohennoz using your ski pass or a pedestrian pass by theLogère chairlift or theCernix chairlift.
Flumet / Saint Nicolas la Chapelle
You can take Yooners on to the slopes at Flumet/Saint Nicolas la Chapelle, using your ski pass or a pedestrian pass. Once you’ve taken the Evettes chairlift, you can then have fun sliding down the piste, dropping 600m in altitude.
The yooner is permitted on all the slopes accessibles by the Grande rare chairtlift or the Torraz chairlift.
Notre Dame de Bellecombe
As soon as the Espace Diamant ski area is closed for the day, you can make the most of the whole slope as you get to grips with your Yooner.