(B&B + snowshoeing) * X days =
We define together a objective of snowshoeing you would like.
It can be a snowshoeing walk of 1 hour or more (maximum 3 hours and altitude difference 1000 m.)
Then we work out together a program allowing you to gradually reach your goal during the number of days of your stay.
Each day we move towards your goal without stress or constraint but with the pleasure of feeling good in physical activity.
You will have some free time to rest or for other activities of your choice.
Possibility of various activities during your free time :
- In the valley : hiking (60 km of hiking trails) or snowshoeing (5 marked trails), cross-country skiing (60 km of trails), downhill skiing (Evolène, Arolla, La Forclaz, Mt Noble, Thyon), ski touring, freeride, outdoor skating rink, ice waterfalls, paintball
- In the plain : walks, in-door climbing, cycling
- In the valley : villages, museums, chapels, crafts
- In the plain : local towns, museums, exhibitions
- Fauna: chamois, deer, roe and bucks, stags, foxes, yaks, birds, …
- In the valley : hot springs, hammam, massage
- In the plain : thermal baths
- Or at the Chalet … Nordic bath, sun baths and rest !
More information is available at the Chalet.
Tasty flexitarian meals
Quality meals are always welcome, both before and after physical activity. They are also a great opportunity for friendly moments of sharing.
The dishes are prepared, as far as possible, with local products (production from the valley), organic and seasonal.
When the weather cooperates, the meals are cooked on a wood fire.
The meals are accompanied by delicious water from a spring at the Chalet and, if desired, by selected wines from the Valais region.
Flexitarian is formed with the words “flexible” and “vegetarian”. This trend aims at making our diet more vegetarian in a balanced way with vegetable proteins but without excluding animal proteins. The flexitarians want to preserve the planet, respect animal life, without completely avoiding meat, so as not to subject themselves to severe food restrictions, and holding on to the pleasure of eating.