Discover the incredible views over the Tarentaise valley and the Mont Blanc at the top of the Roc Noir without getting tired? With the chairlift running during summer, it's accessible to all, with friends or family, without effort! Come find the freshness and peacefulness of the summits to take a break and recharge your batteries in a magnificent setting. And for the more seasoned hikers, many hiking trails will lead you to the most beautiful landscapes in the mountains.
The Roc Noir and its 2330m are the starting points of many trails. Just a few minutes away, you can discover the Fort de La Redoute and its breathtaking view on the Mont Blanc and the Little St Bernard Pass. You can then descend via the Chemin des militaires and enjoy the views on the Combe des Moulins. The more seasoned hikers will follow the crest by taking the sentier de la Crête des Embrasures, and follow with the ascent of the Mont Valaisan at an altitude of 2891m.
Come enjoy these incredible landscapes, we're waiting for you!
The Roches Noires chairlift is open daily from 25 June to 2nd septembre 2022, from 9:40 to 12:15 and from 13:30 to 16:30.
(from 13 y.o)
Ticket (per unit)
The descent is included in the ticket.
Pedestrian tickets can only be purchased at the "FORFAIT SKIPASS EXPRESS" digital sales point (La Rosière Centre) every day from 9.15am to 12.00am and from 1.15pm to 4.15pm, from 25 June to 2nd September 2022.
To take advantage of unlimited ski lifts and a host of other activities in La Rosière, think of the Activ'Eté Card, the passport to your holiday week!
The mountain is a place where conditions can be harsh and rapidly changing. To avoid any mishaps and make sure you enjoy your getaway, here are a few tips on the essentials to bring on a hike!
Dogs are not allowed on the ski lifts of La Rosière*, even on a leash. Their presence may disturb our mountain eco-system (destruction of broods, transmission of germs...).
*With the exception of dogs guarding the herds and those who assist disabled people.
Who are these impressive white dogs that you come across near herds of animals? Through this short animated clip with a humorous tone, you will learn the reason for their presence and the behaviour of these protection dogs, more commonly known as "patous".