From 06/07 to 24/08, daily. Guided hikes from Monday to Friday.
Discover the Karellis treks by yourself with our hiking guidebook !
Or... Explore the environment with the Karellis Mountain Office wich offers trails around the resort, but also on the Maurienne valley.
Free of charge. Guided hikes:
Pass + Bracelet : included
Pass Bracelet : 9€ half day / 15€ full day
External clients : 14€ half day / 20€ full day
Hiking bookguide : 12€, on sale at the Tourist Information Center.
◘ Hiking :
Find out our hiking guidebook for sale at the Tourist Information Center. List of some hikes detailed on this guidebook:
Hiking name - Level - Duration - Elevation uphill - Interest
1 : Lac de Pramol - Easy - 2h00 - 140m - One of the most beautiful mountain lake.
2 : Village d'Albanne - Easy - 2h30 - 150m - Typical village, baroque church.
3 : Plan Thimel - Easy - 1h30 - 265m - Path in the forest, meadow...
4 : Croix de Pralognan - Easy - 3h00 - 200m - Panorama of the telegraph fort.
5 : Cascade d'Albannette - Intermediate - 3h00 - 488m - Waterfall, flower-filled little village
6 : Les moulins de Montricher - Intermediate - 3h00 - 420m - Botanical pathway
7 : Le hameau de la Plagne - Intermediate - 3h00 - 495m - Alpine chalets
8 : Pain de Sucre et Gros Mélèze - Intermediate - 5h00 - 685m - The oldest mélèze of Europe, panorama.
9 : La croix d'Albiez - Intermediate - 3h00 - 450m - Panorama of the "Etendard" glacier.
10 : Le Mélézin de la Feysse - Intermediate - 3h00 - 450m -Marmots
◘ Guided hikes:
Day hike of half-day hike, you choose ! Information and subscriptions at the market of activities every Sunday from 4 to 6 pm, in front of the Tourist Information Center.
To contact Benoît, Mountain Office guide : 07.82.59.19.72.
From Monday to Thursday before 6:30 pm.
Weekly program available at the Tourist Information Center and at the reception of the tourist accomodations.
At the Karellis, you will always find a hike matching your level and your wishes !
Here, no competitive mind, Ici, pas d'esprit de compétition, only the pleasure of discovering the local flora and wildlife, in a group where friendliness and sharing play an essential role.