' If you can walk, you can snowshoeing '... is a popular but true saying !
Get away from the ski resort and spice up your winter holiday with a snowshoe walk.
Experience the quietness and serenity of the spectacular mountains in Val Thorens !
Price included - Guide + snowshoes + Sticks
Two levels of difficulty for the outings:
Easy Level: 100 to 150 m ascent, Peaceful pace with frequent breaks.
Level Average walker: 150 to 300 m ascent, longer hike but always with regular breaks
The essentials: hiking shoes or after waterproof ski, a little water, a snack, a hat and warm gloves, good quality sunglasses, and sunscreen.
Programme of the week which may change due to weather conditions:
Monday afternoon: The Cime Caron Easy Level
(with lift pass mandatory not included in the price)
We will reach the highest peak of Val Thorens: the Cime Caron located at 3200 m! with the horizon Vanoise and a large part of the Alps! After this remarkable point of view, we will start an easy and ideal walk to discover Val Thorens seen from above.
Tuesday afternoon: The Granges Easy Level
A circuit along the water that will allow us to observe the traditional villages, many in the Belleville Valley, and to immerse themselves in their local history.
Wednesday afternoon: Lake Lou Level Average walker
The Lou Lake is the essential place of the Belleville Valley, because it forms the largest natural lake of glacial origin of the 3 Valleys, but also for its valley which confers landscapes reminiscent of Lapland.
At the heart of this wide valley, you will discover an island of boreal life!
Thursday Afternoon: Goffay Forest Average Walk Level
Imagine going through a forest like no other, a spruce forest proper to Savoie! We will continue our ascent to the combat zone where the black grouse nestles. On the way down, clearings will remind us of the enchantment of the snow and the forest, as we approach a traditional Belleville village!
Friday Afternoon: The descent from the magnificent Péclet glacier to the resort
Level Medium walker (with lift pass mandatory not included in the price)
At 3000 meters above sea level, at the foot of crevasses and seracs, we promise you sensations and emotions guaranteed as you approach the glacier. The opportunity also for us to better understand this landscape shaped by glaciers!
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