Departing from Chamonix, this famous rack and pinion railway brings you to the Montenvers site at 1913 m. An imposing panorama of the Mer de Glace glacier, the Drus and the Grands Jorasses.
Formed by the confluence of the Leschaux and Géant Glaciers, the Mer de Glace is France’s biggest glacier: 7 km long, surface area 40 km2, 200 m thick, altitude 1913 m.
The Dôme du Goûter, Mont Maudit, Mont Blanc du Tacul, Mont Joly, exceptional panoramic views of the Mont-Blanc range and the Arve Valley
The museum’s completion is the culmination of a collaboration between the Mineralogy Club and the town of Chamonix.
3 lakes for all your leisures... A fishing lake, a swimming lake, a windsurf lake. Many activities on place : health trail, beach volley ground, table tennis ground, picnic and barbecue areas.
This classified natural site, has an geological interest : it is composed of sedimentary folding.
Situated amidst the forest near Passy Plaine-Joux, this lake is surrounded by spruce trees and reflects the Mont-Blanc. Vehicle access from April to December. Winter access on foot. Classified site.
On the village’s edge, in the old Rectory, the Sacred Art Museum displays the
treasures of the Saint-Nicolas church.
Located right in the heart of the historic center, the Museum of Megève is in the authentic frame of the former House of Charity, building of the XVIIth century endowed with a baroque chapel.
Notre Dame de Toute Grace (1950), is the key building to the revival of sacred art in the twentieth century. The masterpieces that decorate the church are signed by the greatest of modern artists.
A place of discovery designed on the basis of electronic and mechanical systems for a unique, playful experience through a long journey in the Alps from former times to today.