Stretching towards the French region of Tarentaise, Valgrisenche (1,664 metres above sea level) offers visitors surrounding mountains covered in glaciers. You can reach the sides of the valley with short walks such as those passing the Surrier and Miollet waterfalls, with long excursions, such as the tour around Ruitor, and ascents with various levels of difficulty. There are plenty of opportunities to free climb on the walls, just a short distance from the town. Valgrisenche, the chief town in the valley, is a quiet, Alpine village. The particular micro-climate ensures there is always an abundance of falling, powdery snow. The ski resort is particularly suited to beginners and families with children, and the cross-country pistes are developed and offer levels suitable to everyone's ability and training. Instead, Bonne offers an equipped heliski base, which allows you to discover 50 extraordinary ski-mountaineering itineraries.