Take advantage of your holidays to take the air!
Jan. - Dec.
Reach the mountain tops in ski-lifts!
Open-air sports and leisure activities throughout the year!
Jan. - Nov.
It’s great fun for the whole family!
May. - Nov.
An 18-hole golf course at the foot of the Aiguilles de Chamonix!
May. - Oct.
High altitude hillwalking, strolls to the creameries, and the famous Mont Blanc Tour, etc.
Dog-hiking, dogsledding, pony trekking or skijoering!
Playing at Tarzan isn’t just a child’s dream!
Go with the drift, canyoning, hydrospeed or rafting!
Rocks, boulders and indoor climbing facilities for climbers of all levels!
Come and see these lakes of pure water – pleasant destinations for your hillwalking hikes!
Indoor and outdoor swimming pools, sauna, hammam [Turkish bath], fun area, water toboggan
Capital of mountaineering and the ascent of Mont Blanc
Tandem flights, taster flights, training courses, paragliding schools and information for flying solo!
Tennis and squash. Play in summer or winter
Apr. - Nov.
Waymarked paths, special ski-lift passes, hire of mountain-bikes, etc.
Pétanque bowls players are everywhere, including in the mountains!
In just a few years, Chamonix Valley has become a favourite place for trail-running
Jan. - Oct.
From L’Index, admire the view of the Mer de Glace and Argentière and Le Tour glaciers; and, in summer, set out for the Lac Blanc.
A 360° panoramic view of the Mont Blanc area, the Aiguilles de Chamonix, the Les Fiz chain and the Aravis!
For all mountain lovers, from mountain-bikers to ordinary walkers or mountaineers who want to head for the heights!
Facing due south, it is a splendid vantage point for viewing the Mont Blanc range!
Jun. - Sep.
Approach the largest ice-fall in Europe!
Opened in 1909, the Mont Blanc Tramway is one of the oldest “ski-lifts” in the Valley!
Two altitudes for two atmospheres: the Lognan alpine pastures, the séracs [ice-pinnacles] of Argentière glacier from the mountain top. A whole world to discover...
This pastoral site has extensive alpine pastures, among the last that are still in use in the Valley. It is also an ideal area for mountain-biking.
Jan. - Sep.
Take the famous little red train from Le Montenvers to the glacier and the cave cut out of the Mer de Glace