Play with your bike instead of suffering the track
Mountain biking is an activity that requires a good physical condition as well as a wide range of technical skills. The singletracks we aim to ride are full of obstacles more or less easy to jump over. Learn how to approach them to fully enjoy your ride.
Discover Chamonix from every angle on your bike
Mountain Biking is a sport activity you can do in so many different ways that everyone can enjoy it. From the quiet Sunday ride to the expedition on multiple days, mountain biking will always be fun!
Easy is not Chamonix
Chamonix-Mont-Blanc is not the easiest place to start hiking. As soon as you wish to get somewhere nice, a good effort will be required even if you use cable cars. Here is a short selection of easy hikes to start with in Chamonix-Mont-Blanc. All of them will take more than 4 hours.
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Orienteering: a crucial know-how in the mountains
Discover orienteering in a funny way and share this experience with your teenagers. Young people dream of self-reliance and want to live their own adventures With this game, your teenagers will become more independent and you will have peace of mind.
Discover the valley of Chamonix from the sky
Paragliding in Chamonix is one of a kind. Rare are the places which guarantee such good conditions: The lifts and landing zones are next to each other, and you will enjoy at least 1000 vertical metres of descent and a breathtaking view! Be tempted and fly with Air Sports Chamonix!
A mountain bike with fat tyres
FatBike MountainBikes come from Alaska; although the first design was created by the French cyclist Jean Naud in 1980. It’s truly an all-rounder: weather or tracks, the conditions do not matter. The FatBike stands out during winter when tracks are covered by a light snow powder: no one is better than it for this! As you will see, there are not many flat trails around the valley of Chamonix and I assure you, you will be happy riding an E-Bike!
Chamonix-Mont-Blanc: The international capital of Mountaineering
Chamonix was a sleepy Savoyard village nestled at the foot of Mont Blanc until 1741 when William Windham and Richard Pococke arrived in search of adventure. The two young British aristocrats clambered up the local glacier, explored the nearby mountains and subsequently penned such a romantic picture of the region in their journals that they fired the imagination of their fellow countrymen. For the next century and more—Anglo-French wars permitting—Chamonix became an essential stop for English travelers making the Grand Tour of Europe. Alpine tourism had arrived and Chamonix became its capital.