- The activity starts from our office in Val d'Isère
- A good physical condition is recommended
The approach to nature
Take a break from nature. Move away from the ski area and go for a walk in nature on snowshoes accompanied by a mountain professional.
For the day or half-day, we offer several outings depending on your level, your desires, the time you have ...
The fauna, the forest, the local history ... Discover the environment in which you stay with a natural and soothing angle.
We offer a program that adapts to your desires and mountain conditions:
2 hour program:
Tignes, along the water, from the glacier to the dam, come and discover the history and heritage of our territory. 2 hours of walk
Night at the trapper camp from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. with mulled wine / hot chocolate (often Mondays)
Half-day program (around 3 hours):
Le Bois de la Laye: Discover this beautiful forest in the direction of lac du chevril, territory of the ancient village of Tignes via the gouille du Salin, active waterfall in winter
Les Boisses: Discover a high altitude village by strolling in the forest, the trapper camp, around the hydro-electric installations of our valley ...
Le Franchet: Discover an isolated village but inhabited all year round, with a splendid panorama on the Chevril lake and Val d'Isère and with a little luck observe the chamois of Sassière
Le Chevril: Discover another isolated village with a climb in the forest upstream of the dam in a wild setting
Le Fornet: Discover a high altitude village with splendid architecture, towards the famous Col de l'Iseran and the animals of the Vanoise National Park
Day program (picnic to plan):
Grande Sassière reserve: Walk in the heart of a protected reserve, in search of animals with unique panoramas on the lake of Chevril and Tignes
Orsière: Walk through a forest with passage in an alpine chalet for lunch where the parsley of Tignes was once produced
Hours: morning from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. // afternoon from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. // day from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
These routes are provided for information only. They are subject to modifications mainly depending on weather conditions (snow cover, opportunities, etc.).
Format (snowshoes and transport included)