Mont Blanc Region
Lac Blanc
St Gervais Summer
Chamonix at Night
Passy Lake
Thermes Spa St Gervais Le Fayet
Golf Course Mont Blanc Region
Sans Titre
Aiguil Houches
CSRB Swimming Pool
Alpine Coaster at Chamonix Park
Alpage de Balme
Husky Dog Trekking
Gorges de la Diosaz
Lake in Chamonix
White Water Canoeing
Adventure Park
Rock Climbing Chamonix
Adventure Park
Husky Dog Trekking
White Water Canoeing
Trekking Through The Alps
Tramway de Mont Blanc



The village of Le Fayet, superbly situated at the crossroads of the Mont Blanc region, is a perfect base from which to explore.  Perhaps the most well-known activity in the area, only a short two minute walk from the hotel, is Les Thermes Spa and gardens.


The pioneering Mont Blanc rack railway takes you past breathtaking scenery up to the glacier's edge.  The local trains and buses make travelling around the region's many other places effortless, including: Chamonix, Geneva, Annecy, Megeve, St. Gervais and Martigny.

The Passy lake is the biggest lake in the Mont-Blanc valley, with a sandy beach supervised swimming area, coves, windsurfing, stand-up paddle boarding and fishing. It offers a great panorama of the Mont-Blanc range. Around the lake you’ll find lots of activities to keep you busy such as mini-golf, walking and go-karting.

Take a visit to the local animal nature reserve Parc de Merlet to enjoy a great day out for all the family or take an adventure driving through the Route Des Grandes Alpes.


For the more active, you can enjoy the surrounding areas by taking in one of the many mountain trails, or mountain biking. There is also nearby:


To look at all available events on this summer please visit these websites:  St.Gervais, Chamonix, Megeve, Annecy, Geneva, Martigny

30 AUGUST 2019:


The Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc (or UTBM for those in the know) is a trail running race held each year at the end of August in the Alps mountain range. The route offers remarkable high mountain landscapes and passes through three different countries (France, Switzerland and Italy).

Known as being one of the most difficult of its kind in the world, the main race follows the Tour du Mont Blanc, a Grande Randonnée hiking trail that totals 170 km with a cumulative change in altitude of 10,000 m. The trail is dotted with glaciers and many high-altitude passes of which the highest, the Grand Col Ferret, is 2,500 m above sea level at its highest point.


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