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 Although famous as a winter destination Châtel  is not just about skiing. In summer, with the blanket of snow gone, the valley transforms and, along with spectacular scenery and glorious weather, the mountains bring a host of activities for everyone to enjoy, from complete relaxation to extreme sports, making Châtel the perfect place for a family summer vacation.

Temperatures – daytime highs – July 25°C (77°F), August 24°C (76°F) September 20°C (67°F) October 15°C (59°F)

In summer there are free shuttles at your dispodal to travel around the village, or to reach the lifts, bike park, sleigh-run, devalkart and the Fantasticable.

Things to do in summer in Châtel,

  • Walking the many mountain and forest paths of the region
  • Mountain biking the varied terrain with 350km of sign-posted single tracks,16 permanent downhill runs, 4 bike parks, MTB trail areas (Three adult and 1 junior mountain bikes for use of guests)
  • 3 peaks challenge – Dent d’Oche (2221m), Cornettes de Bise (2432m) & Mont de Grange (2433m)
  • Fantasticable’ experience -strung to a metal wire and fly between mountaintops 1200 feet off the ground!
  • Parapente (mountain paragliding)
  • Rock climbing
  • Via Ferrata – a mountain route which is equipped with fixed cables, stemples, ladders and bridges
  • Horse & pony riding
  • Fishing
  • Windsurfing, sailing, white water rafting, canoeing & kayaking
  • Bobluge and Devilkart
  • Swimming & Spa in the new built Aquatic Centre with Indoor and outdoor scenic pools,  2  traditionnal hammams,  3 saunas, massages, beauty treatments etc..  www.chatel.formedo.com
  • Children’s playground with climbing wall and zip wire
  • A tour of Châtel vilage on the little train 
  • Tennis courts with coaching available
  • Golf (miniature & compact in Châtel, full 18 hole course in nearby Lets Gets)
  • Archery and blowgun
  • French bowls / Boules

Or alternatively for a little R&R why not try,

  • Fine cuisine from the Haute-Savoie region
  • Winetasting
  • Cheese making & tastings at local farms
  • Abondance micro brewery
  • Shopping in town and the weekly French market

.. and finally whatever you choose to do by day finishing with a G&T and BBQ on the balcony as the sun sets over the Linga valley.