We share below our top 3 places to visit during your stay at Chalet Nantailly :
The Roselend Dam
Located on the former hamlet of Roselend whose chapel St Mary Magdalen was raised on the shore of the lake before the impoundment of the dam The
dam Roselend is a beautiful site for fishing and hiking. It is the 4th highest dam in France. The Route des Grandes Alpes crosses this magnificent alpine site to reach the Tarentaise (off
From 15/05 to 15/10, every day. Access to Roselend is possible until the closure of the Roselend road, when the snow arrives. To go snowshoeing in winter contact Beaufort-Sur-Doron tourist office (cf useful numbers list).
Pathway Flora and Natural Environments
Come and understand the secrets of peat bogs by plying our wooden path in search of carnivorous plants and other mysterious species... At 1700 m altitude, the bog of Les Saisies is the largest of all the Alps. This relic of the last glaciations has recently been classified as a nature reserve. It is home to rare and protected species, and carnivorous plants ... This easy and pleasant little trail opens the doors of this fragile and unique ecosystem. Free course or guided tours on registration.
Interactive application for smartphones free download on the app "footprint of the great Alps".
From 15/06 to 13/10. Free course every day, guided tours possible by reservation.
Cheese Cooperative of the Beaufortain
The exhibition addresses all the secrets of the Beaufort and its territory via a sensory approach and original tools (odor boxes, models, snowshoes, films ...). The circuit begins with the basement and ends with the mouthing of Beaufort through the specifications, manufacturing steps. The visit is free and free, however the workshops, the screening of the film "Au pays du Beaufort" and tasting as well as the visit of the cellars - now guided - are paid.
From 01/01 to 31/12, every day from 8h to 18h. Closed from 12h to 14h. extended schedules according to the seasons.
Opportunity to see the making of Beaufort every day from 9am to 12pm (except Sundays from November to early December)