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Chalet l'Ortaz

Chatel in Abondance Valley


Gîtes de France


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Hébergeur Multipass

Rural gite for 2-5 people

In the heart of Les Portes du Soleil
Gîtes de France : 2 ears of wheat - Meublé de tourisme 3 stars

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Chalet l'Ortaz

Ground floor accommodation, near the ski slopes and 6 km from the Swiss border (Pas de Morgins). In summer, departure of hiking trails. Cottage 2 ears, 2 rooms, comfortable for 2-5 people in a warm mountain style.

The cottage consists of cooking facilities, a lounge with a sofa bed for two persons, one room for 3 people a bathroom, a separate toilet. Baby equipment, ski and mountain bikes, private parking. (see plan et description).

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In Winter

Facing the Linga ski lifts, in direct connection with Avoriaz and the French-Swiss domain "Les Portes du Soleil".

Free shuttle at 100m, ski equipment rental -20% at 150m at Crépy Sports.

During your stay you can practice cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, ice skating, diving and fishing under ice, visit and snack at the farm, visit Châtel on a small train ...

In summer

With the Multipass package of €2/day/person :

Many activities in Châtel and "Val d'Abondance", the Aulps valley and in Switzerland. Free shuttle at 100m. Possibility of hiking from the accommodation: the Mont Grange and its wildlife reserve, the Etrye, the Boudimes, the Linga, the lane of the "Bords de Dranse" between Châtel and Abondance, lane in front of the house for pedestrians and mountain bikers ...

Châtel and surroundings

In summer, Châtel offers many walks between pastures and forests, along 200 kilometers of marked trails.

Some lifts operate in summer for the enjoyment of hikers, mountain bikers and paragliders. The access to Super-Chatel or Morclan, the chairlifts of "Pierre Longue", "Plaine Dranse", the link with the "Lindarets" and Avoriaz allow you to discover the wonderful landscape from the Lake Geneva to the Mont Blanc.