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Sales mountain refuge

Refuge located in a preserved valley in the heart of the Sixt-Fer-à-Cheval nature reserve. Family hike appreciated for its numerous waterfalls amidst ibex, chamois and marmots.

Occupied by former alpine chalets, the Vallon de Sales is known for its access dotted with waterfalls, for the Dérochoir and its view of the Mont-Blanc massif and for the Platé Desert, geological curiosity.
Roland and Elisabeth Mogenier created the refuge out of love for the mountains and nature in 1981, they were the guardians of the place for 32 years. Their children continued their family activity with the same values of simplicity, authenticity and respect for nature, while adding a touch of modernity, fantasy and dynamism.

Dispositions spéciales COVID 19

Reception capacity divided by two, i.e. 33 places with half-board, specific measures: 1 mattress out of 2 with washable cover and obligation to bring a sleeping bag (no pillow, no blanket), 1 table occupied on 2, direction of movement, staggered meal times, packed lunches, and reservations required to eat and sleep. We also published a health protocol approved by the town hall and the prefecture.

Bons plans

Routes to discover from the refuge: Bréche du dérochoir :1h15 Pointe de Sales: 2h, 630m vertical drop. Pointe d'Anterne: 3h, 880m vertical drop. Tête Pelouse: 2h30, 650m vertical drop. Tête de l'Ane: 3 hours, 940m vertical drop. Hike over several days: Tour des Fiz and tour du Haut-Giffre

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