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Horse Drawn Carriage

Enjoy a ride in a horse drawn carriage through traditional hamlets and mountain landscapes.

Farm visit 'Les Montagnards"

Come and experience what life is like down at the farm... Meet the farmer's wife and the farmyard animals, whilst also finding out how they make Reblochon cheese before you have a chance to try some !!

Farm Visit "GAEC Val Mont-Blanc"

Come every day, for free to the milking of our cows at the Alp of Bogneuve at more than 1600m of altitude on the commune of St Nicolas-la-Chapelle. You can also visit the small calves and chickens at the Combloux farm.

Guided tour "Let yourself be told the story of the Combloux graniteurs, travellers and hard-working people!"

Discovery of large granite blocks transported by glaciers, granite work, works, life of stone cutters Wearing the mask requested. Recommendation: have hiking boots Only in french

Guided tour (in French) of the granite stonemasonery business "Laurenzio"

Discover the trade of being a granite stonemason... Find out about how they extract the granite from various sources, to what the finished product becomes... From a kitchen work top or a chimney, to ice cubes!) An ancient know-how perfectly aligned with modern technology.

Guided tour "From Palace to the Biotope Lake"

Come and discover the biotope Lake of Combloux. The 1st biotope lake opened to the public in the early 2000s. In an exceptional setting, swimming becomes wonderful. You will learn all about the history of the mountains. Registration at the Office

Guided Tour “Rural History and Sacred History!”

Spend some time as a family and discover how the inhabitants of Combloux used to live. This visit around an old farm is like taking a step back in time, and will show you not only what was their daily lives, but also what they used to wear and how they celebrated their traditions.