From late May to late September, the snow melts and the refuges are open which means you can stay in the mountains to explore more lakes and summits.
Being able to trek between 900m/3000m you will see a huge diversity in the environment; contrasting vistas, rich flora and fauna and tranquil spots.
The tricky passages once used by smugglers and poachers are now equipped with chains or ladders facilitating you an easier journey than they endured! As meals will be in refuges, there is no need for you to carry this baggage.
Day after day you’ll get fitter!
Whether for a weekend or a few days, hiking or white water and hiking, try trekking from refuge to refuge in the land of Chamois and Ibex.
You’ll feel at one with nature when you see the magnificent colours of the sunset over the landscape.
This summer we have introduced ‘Paddle and Hike around Fiz’, a combination that is sure to please.
From December to April we have snowshoeing which is accessible to most people. Over the course of a week the walks will become progressively more difficult, although the fitness level of the group as a whole will always be taken into consideration. You will learn about the mountain environment. You’ll observe the animals, their tracks in the snow and learn the keys to their survival at altitude.
Nature, traditional housing and the wonderful panoramas of the Haut Giffre will not leave you cold.
For variety, every day we offer a different theme; half day; trapper day or a night walk finishing with a fondue.