snowshoes

Strap on those snowshoes and enjoy a scenic nature walk

ESF will introduce to the mountain 

Snowshoeing can be undertaken on marked trails, but generally it is in the powder snow and within the most beautiful natural landscapes.
The numerous snowshoe outings on the Belleville Valley offer a unique way to discover a rich and preserved natural environment. An ESF instructor will accompany and guide you on your outing, where you can benefit from all their experience and local knowledge of the mountain, wildlife and nature.

You can contact us here for more information.
The initial outing can or may be modified according to the weather conditions.

Loan of equipment (snowshoes) and transport included.

Recommended equipment: warm clothing (skiwear) but not too thick, walking shoes (mountain style), cap or bobble hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, water and on the go food (dried fruit, cereal bars ...)

snowshoe HALF DAY
Available all season, Sunday to Friday
Starting  at
32€
Meeting Points : ESF La Croisette, ESF Les Bruyères, Mairie de St Martin de Belleville
  • Morning: From 9:00am to 12:00pm
  • Afternoon: From 1:00pm to 4:30pm
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Snowshoe evening
Available all season, Wednesday or Thursday evening
Starting  at
32€
Activity assured subject to a minimum of 7 participants
  • Snowshoe outing with torch lights
  • Dinner in a traditional setting (optional)
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Question & Answer
Are snowshoe outings accessible to everyone?
With the exception of any medical problems, the outings are accessible to anyone from 10 years old (children must be accompanied by an adult).
Will I keep up with the group?
The instructors adapt the outing according to the level of the participants.
What should I wear?
Snowshoeing is a sporting activity. It is therefore necessary to equip oneself accordingly: warm, breathable clothes (skiwear) and not too thick.
What shoes?
Mountain walking shoes are the best equipment (possibility to rent in the various sports shops).
Most après-ski and snow boots are fine (not snowboard boots - too rigid, or "Moon Boots"- too wide).
Do I need a lift pass?
No. As part of the outings organised by the ESF Menuires / St Martin, we take care of the lift pass if the outing requires the taking of a lift.
paul SAYS...
'I totally fell in love with the snowshoe outing that we took part in. Just felt total freedom and sanctuary, in the heart of nature.'
Paul
Leicester, UK