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During the gloriously sunny summer months, Chamonix and its surroundings offer an abundance of summer activities, including walking, cycling, horse riding, climbing and running routes.

Chamonix, one of the few Alpine resorts open all year round, attracts outdoor enthusiasts and thrill seekers, as well as those who are simply looking for some fresh air and relaxation. Here is our guide to things to do in summer.



The magnificent, long golf course is renowned for its spectacular views and unique setting. Golfers come from Italy and the region to play on this interesting and pristine course - located next to the fabulous La Cabane des Praz restaurant, which is the perfect end to a long day of golf. Practice and 18-hole course.

Yoga à la maison


Whether you want to take a break from the hustle and bustle of all the action or spend your vacation in relaxation and wellness yoga, massages or day trips to the surroundings for beautiful walks are easy to do.

Private yoga sessions can be arranged in the privacy of the beautiful surroundings of your private summer chalet and are a wonderful way to spend your time enjoying the peace and quiet that the mountains bring.



Chamonix has over 350 km of well-marked hiking routes to suit everyone.


Choose between half-day, full-day or
Chamonix has a selection of challenging climbs and beginners and experts alike can enjoy the 19 bolted open-air routes, while the Alquilles Rouges and the Mont Blanc Massif offer many more possibilities for those who are ready to tackle them. Guides can be arranged to help you navigate Mont Blanc.

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Parapente dans les montagnes


Admire the magnificent view of the Alps paragliding over Chamonix.

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The Chamonix Valley is perfect for keen paragliders, as well as for novices wishing to experience that sensation of flight while enjoying the impressive panorama of the Mont Blanc mountain range .

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Water sports include canyoning which is not for the faint hearted and involves rock climbing, diving, absailing, and swimming in water with strong currents.

Speeding hydro is something that was recently introduced and is quickly becoming a popular way to cruise river rapids! By using a large bodyboard as a float, you hold on tight and hurtle down the rapids!

Rafting on the Arve River is just as adrenaline pumped, and is a fantastic way to explore Chamonix from the water as the river runs through the town center!

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