Three Nordic areas, paid access, open 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
Marked trails for classic skiing (in traces) or skating
Pedestrians zone available on map of the cross-country trails
A brochure with details of the cross-country skiing trails (Chamonix, Les Houches, Servoz)
is available from the Tourism Office.
The passes and tickets are on sale at the cross-country ski lodges.
• Boucle rouge des Bois 11,6km
• Boucle bleue d’Orthaz 6,3km
The same, for short:
• Boucle verte le Bois Bouchet 2,7km
Bus stop: Les îles, Les Grassonets or Les Chosalets
• Boucle rouge La Moraine 3,5km
• Boucle Bleu Les Chosalets 9,5km
• Boucle verte Les Iles 1,5km
Snow conditions permitting, Chamonix and Argentière areas are linked via the village of Le Lavancher.
Railway stations: Le Buet or Vallorcine
Open daily 9.00 – 12.00 a.m. and 1.00 – 5.00 p.m. (open non-stop during school holidays)
10 km of cross-country ski trails, starting from the X-Country Ski Center, or from Le Buet.
Circuit in an authentic and colourful setting, along the Eau Noire river, surrounded by woody and hilly landscapes. For beginners and medium skiers.
• Boucle rouge Les Mayens 6,5km
A little short, to 2 times
• Boucle bleu La Courzille 3,5km
• Boucle Plateau du Prarion 2,8km
Only the high altitude ski area accessible by means of the Prarion gondola lift requires the prior acquisition of a pedestrian return tocket. Exceptionnal 360° panoramic view. Two routes combine snow-fields and passages through forest.
• Boucle Secteur des Chavants 2,8km
Les Chavants site offers free access to cross-country skiers.
• Domaine de ski de fond à Planpincieux
Fouly is known for superb runs. If you practice the more classic or skating you are doing two tracks:
- Nicolas Track (10km, purple)
- Luke Trail (5km, red)
Nothing prevents you from leaving the tracks, which are also prepared every night and make your own tracks in the valleys.
Chamonix-Entrêves bindings daily ; reservation at the railway station Chamonix
Then shuttle to Planpincieuz
The Val Ferret is just minutes from the tunnel of Mont Blanc.