The valley offers 350 km of superbly maintained hiking trails, with 170 different itineraries offering walks adapted to all.
Choose the lower valley trails for the wonderful forest scents or gain altitude and taste the blueberries, admire the fantastic panoramas and test your stamina.
Good to know
- Inquire about access conditions for your dogs to the Natural Reserves and Ski Lifts!
- Don't hesitate to consult the Office de Haute Montagne to get the hiking path and weather conditions!
- Always keep the emergency numbers with you.
- Hiking guides and maps on sale in the Valley Tourist Offices and online.
- Take advantage of the natural reserves and exceptional panoramas in the Mont Blanc range.
- Take adequate equipment!
- When planning your hikes, take note of the times when the ski lifts shut down.
La randonnée pédestre avec la Compagnie des Guides
Mountain pasture below the Chaine des Perrons and Loriaz. Easy access. Refuge de Loriaz, tel 04 50 18 04 91...
The highest point of the Aiguilles Rouges massif, with impressive panoramic views over the massifs of Mont Blanc and the Valais Alps. The climbing of the B...
From 1792, the Chemin des Diligences has linked Martigny and Chamonix via
the Col des Montets. It allows people to explore Vallorcine’s hamlets, which hav...
Very pleasant walk along the Eau de Berard, partly through larch forest: on the
edge of the Reserve Naturelle du Vallon de Berard....
Nestling below the Emosson dam, this waterfall was once majestic, and is well worth a visit....
Impressive waterfall in a wild mountain setting....
This is a walk through a wild mountain cirque at the foot of le Buet and the Glacier de Tré-les-Eaux. Beautiful flowers in June and July. Difficulty 2/3, f...