Gô - 1 hour
From the gondola, follow the signposts and take this short walk. You will be able to admire the architecture of ancient chalets in the traditional style and others that are more modern. The circuit is flat and easy. There is no need to be athletic.
In winter the cross-country ski run follows this charming pedestrian itinerary. Each year in March, more than 450 people go for a walk along it at the time of the Gô Rally.
It takes about hour there and back. If you are with young children, we would advise you to come with a baby-carrier backpack rather than a pushchair.
Dahu Tour - 4 hours
Dahu Tour starts at Place de la Télécabin (gondola square). You go up the Brune ski run for around an hour. You then arrive a little below the intermediate station and join the Dahu Tour path. This long tour of around 4 hours crosses practically the whole ski domain over to Les Gillesses. You then go back down to the village or directly to gondola square by route des Luys.
Pétoli Tour - 1 hour
Pétoli Tour start out from Place de la Télécabine (gondola square) or from the village square and then goes along by Sion bisse irrigation canal before plunging into the forest which, in some parts, is bordered by small chalets and mayens (ancient mid-altitude dwellings). Stop from time to time to admire the fantastic view over the plain to Cans-Montana. At the end of the circuit, you cross the Bellevue car park and thus arrive at the village square.
This short walk of around one hour is perfectly suitable for children and is therefore ideal as a family outing. It is accessible all year round and each season brings its bag of wonders..
Le Chamossaire - 3 hours 30 minutes
Below the village of Anzère, you take Chamoissaire footpath through forests and meadows. The path starts at the tennis courts in Anzère and it is marked all along the way. This long walk of some 3 ½ hours is not difficult and does not require any particular physical or athletic fitness.