Chamonix Mont Blanc Valley

Welcome to the Chamonix-Mont-Blanc valley

Each place in the Chamonix valley, deserves contemplation and action. Several different sites between Italy and Switzerland, four steps to enter a unique world, an exceptional natural site, guarded by a giant: the Mont Blanc 4810 meters.

Natural Vallorcine 

You dream of seeing chamois, ibex, marmots, dears and eagles? At Vallorcine, you're in their territory.. 
Nearby Switzerland, Vallorcine village has grown in harmony, with the untouched countryside and rich animal and plant life. Here, nature is all around.
The perfect place to recharge your batteries. Another beautiful chalet can be rented in Vallorcine, check it out CHALET L'ANATASE 15 guests and bottom of ski slopes

Vallorcine Tourism Office

Legendary Chamonix Argentiere

This is where the Chalet Chantel is located, looking at Mont Blanc massif. Chamonix is well known all other the world. Who did not come to ski "Grands Montets" or to admire the Mont Blanc?  In the streets of this high-mountain town you'll hear languages from every corner of the globe. But the people who come to this 'summit meeting' share the same way of thinking, the same love for mountaineering, its legends and its ethics.
When you're out shopping in the town center, wherever you are look up and you'll see 'it' there… 4,810 meters (15,781 feet) of rock, snow, ice and dreams of things to come.

Chamonix Mont Blanc Tourism Office

Family-Friendly Les Houches

Use Mont Blanc Express train to go to the Houches to share with your family full view of the Aiguilles rising above the Chamonix Valley, Les Houches, a scattering of hamlets set among deep forests and rolling Alpine meadows, is still the 'sentinel of Mont Blanc'. It's the perfect place to introduce children gently to the high mountains, to the sound of rushing mountain streams. 

Les Houches Tourism Office

Unspoilt Servoz

From Vallorcine mountain village, you are at 30 minutes driving distance from Servoz. A visit of the Gorges de la Diosaz is mandatory. Servoz has long been part of France's mountaineering heritage and is familiar to climbers everywhere. Settled calmly at the foot of the magnificent Fiz Mountains, the village is steeped in authenticity, standing guard over the valley and providing a magnificent vista across to its 'big brother', Mont Blanc.

Servoz tourism Office