A traditional village situated in the heart of the Maurienne.
Perched at 1600m altitude, on a beautiful sunny plateau surrounded by a panorama of mountains, it is the ideal setting for your family holiday.
The resort has developed but has kept the traditional mountain charm of a genuine Savoie village. True to their traditions but all the while keeping up with the modern, active, mountain-lifestyle offering a range of sporting activities for the whole family
Something for everyone : Alpine skiing, snowboard, rackets, cross-country skiing, sledging, torchlight descents,
Alpine skiing : 5 chair lifts, 7 button lifts, 35 km of pistes (46 snow cannons).
Cross-country skiing : 30 km, free access, 3 circuits, one in Montrond at the foot of “Aiguilles d’Arves”
For those who don’t ski : walking, sledging, crèche, cinema and of course the pub…
- ski school
- Free Shuttle
- craft bakery
Is a time for haymaking, walking in sumptuous landscapes, crossing cows herds to the foothills of mountain chalets. The whole family will find a pathway adaptated for its level, walking or riding donkeys, at the discovery of fauna and flora,
The most audacious will try climbing either the “Aiguilles d’Arves”, the “Etendard” glacier, or Mount “Emy”, they also can ride down slopes on mountain bikes, or practise climbing, paragliding, tennis or horse riding.
Children will enjoy paddling in the pool at the “Col du Mollard”.
Cyclists can attempt the ascent of the “Col du Mollard” a recent stage on the “Tour de France”! Our roads and mountain hairpin bends are an ideal playground for the amateur rider. “Critérium du Dauphiné”, “Tour Arvan-Villards”, “Alpes Open Tour”, Raid VTT “Trans’ Maurienne”, so many races aimed at the climber on the road of the great passes :”La Croix de Fer”, ” Le Galibier”, “Le Glandon”, “La Madeleine”…
Albiez also has a very rich heritage with on-going traditions and genuine products of the region. Come and visit our baroque chapels, participate in the “Stories and Legends” Festival or discover local gastronomy during “Les Savoyardises”