Departure guaranteed from 5 participants.
Tuesday morning - Col des Aravis
Intermediate - 9h / 12h - Departure from the Aravis pass - Access by car only
We are on the border between Savoie and Haute-Savoie. The atmosphere here is more vertical, more alpine. The view of the Mont-Blanc massif is sublime.
Tuesday afternoon - Plateau des Follières
Initiation - 14h / 17h - Departure from the Col de la Croix Fry - Access by bus or car from La Clusaz
Snowshoe hiking in the preserved area of the Follières plateau with the Aravis pass and the Mont-Blanc in front of us.
Wednesday day - Loop on the Plateau de Beauregard
Intermediate - 9h / 15h - Departure from La Croix Fry pass - Access by bus or car from La Clusaz
Starting from the Fry Cross, our route will start through forest and clearings in the Follières sector. Little by little, we gain altitude and the landscape unfolds on the Tournette. Our return journey will take us across the Beauregard plateau and its magnificent panorama.
Thursday morning - Tête du Danay
Intermediate - 9h / 12h - Departure from Les Confins - Access by bus or car from La Clusaz
Let's set off to attack the Tête du Danay and its extraordinary viewpoint over the Aravis.
Thursday afternoon - The tops of La Clusaz
Initiation - 14h / 17h - Departure from Les Confins - Access by bus or car from La Clusaz
A walk on the balcony and the adret (sunny side) on the heights of the Clusaz between forest and alpine chalets.
Walking times are calculated from an average speed defined in the hiking difficulty levels sheet. These are indicative times that do not include breaks. Of course in winter snow is an additional parameter to be taken into account. Good hard snow walkers will find the schedules overvalued, small fresh snow walkers will find the schedules significantly undervalued. The itinerary may be slightly modified for security reasons (weather, level of participants) or for organisational reasons.
The hike can be organized on another day of the week in private commitment: Link