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Strolls & hikes in Les Arcs

From family strolls to energetic hikes, les Arcs’ summer area offers more than 200 km of walking trails with 6,700m of cumulated gross ascent. Truly somewhere for exploring the great outdoors with something for everyone …

Walking alone is a chance to dream and admire the scenery while enjoying the silence offered by wide open spaces.

Walking in a group becomes a moment for sharing and conversation. You can be accompanied by professionals who will be there to offer advice and show you our area and its hidden treasures.

When choosing the route which suits you best, you must take account of the weather, your physical fitness and, of course, your wishes. Take the time to gather information to discover all the opportunities on offer to you.

The free walking map will show you the routes in the les Arcs, Peisey-Vallandry, Villaroger and Bourg Saint Maurice sector. Also available to you is an IGN (UK= Ordonnance Survey) 1/35th scale map and the topographical map with more than de 60 marked routes on the les Arcs-Bourg Saint Maurice slope and the versant du Soleil. On sale in Tourist Offices.

Nos itinéraires de balades & randonnées

Courbaton to Bourg St Maurice

Route at the edge of the Malgovert forest, passing close to the armorial stone. View point at the Notre Dame de Tout Pouvoir chapel.

Walkers/hikers
4 km 167m D+ 971m D-

Durée : 60min
Altitude moyenne : 1219m
Altitude maximum : 1618m
Type de parcours :

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Descriptif

Wooden footbridge located under the funicular, head for Courbaton. Park at the entrance to the village on the first hairpin.

Moderately difficult walk, sometimes with
progressive ascent, paths not too narrow.

Opening period

From 01/06 to 01/11.

 

Subject to favorable snow and weather conditions.

Balisage

L'itinéraire est balisé.

Précisions balisage

The trail is indicated by yellow signs with a green inscription.


You can also find yellow rectangles painted on stones or ponds.

Descriptif « pas à pas »

1/ From the Arc 1600 tourist office, head towards the funicular to pass under the rails, then take the bridge to go to the village of Courbation.

2/ Take the direction of Orgière (yellow markings on the ground), you will see the Granges chapel.


3/ Cross the field at the edge of the forest.

4/ Cross the D119, take the path on the right near a house. The path is not very marked until the junction. Continue towards the Montrigon funicular station, cross the village towards the Chapel.

5/ Take the path on the left then cross the road before going down towards the Chapel of Notre Dame de Tout Pouvoir. Continue straight towards the bridge then turn right towards the funicular car park.