- Skiing Skiing
This legendary mountain pass, located at 2642 m altitude, is one of the most famous of the Tour de France. It has now been over a century since the first time a racer in the Tour de France crossed this Giant of the Alps, a natural border between the North Alps and the Maurienne Valley on the one hand and the South ALps and the Briançon Valley on the other.
- Valloire, the global capital of temporary sculpture Valloire, the global capital of temporary sculpture
For several years now, Valloire has been proud to present its Sculpture Competition. Ice and snow in the winter, and Straw and Hay in the summer. Worth seeing, whether for the first time or if you come every year!
- Hiking Hiking
GETTING AWAY FROM IT ALL… In winter, our hiking trails will let you discover the hamlets making up VALLOIRE, take you to the top of the La Brive cable car so you can take the path for La Séa and admire the views, and we even have dedicated snowshoe trails.