Opening of the ski lifts
Ski lifts opening dates
For the opening date of the ski lifts we will update you as soon as possible
Opening of the cross-country trails
from 12 December 2020
Beginning of cross-country skiing course for children 3 – 12 years
Come to Torgnon
Torgnon, the village in the sun
Where to stay
Welcoming and comfortable, all our accommodation will give you the best possible facilities for your dream holiday.
You can choose where to stay and where to eat from a wide range of hotels, bed & breakfast and private homes …
You will be spoiled for choice.
Torgnon Pure Emotion
Where to eat
Our cooking will warm you in winter and amaze you in summer.
You will find traditional dishes, but not only … The selected ingredients and the passion of the chefs will make every occasion a special moment.
You can choose from a wide range of places: they are all worth trying!
The perfect holiday never ceases to amaze you! In Torgnon, the Winter Park awaits you with conveyer belts serving a ski school, and various runs for rafts and sledges...
In Torgnon the emotions are great, even for the little ones! In Chantorné, the Summer Park offers children many attractions: inflatables, trampolines, tubbing ... parents can see them and relax while sunbathing on deckchairs.
PETIT MONDE: Much more than a museum
A visit to Musée Petit Monde is not like any other museum tour but is a journey through time discovering a faraway and fascinating world. A long journey in the memory and recollections of our community which starts in the three main facilities that make up the Musée Petit Monde: the raccard, the grandze and the grenier. These buildings have remained protected over time, hidden in their own secluded “small world” that keeps the secrets of the past, when this corner in the mountains was an important pass towards Switzerland. A way of experiencing again the mountain as they did in the past, to feel it alive and vibrant. Enjoy a secret and unchanged landscape. This and much more is there for you in our Petit Monde.VISIT THE SITE OF THE MUSEUM