Snowshoeing at Col du Sabot

What could be better than going up a pass to understand the mountain life? Especially since the Col du Sabot is steeped in history because it offered a passage to "the Savoyard enemy"! Departing from Vaujany, this hike offers breathtaking landscapes!

About : Snowshoeing at Col du Sabot

Would you like to discover the fascinating environment of the mountains and the Oisans? Do you not want to explore this terrain on your own or do you just would like to understand the environment around you better?

Choose a mountain guide (AMM) to accompany your hikes, your bivouacs or your treks. Whether on snowshoes in winter or on foot the rest of the year, the Oisans is available to us in all seasons. A guided walk has necessarily been created for you.

I am a guide but above all passionate about the mountains and curious about nature. As a holder of a Master degree in Mountain Environment I will be able to share with you all the secrets of this very special environment.

Walking time: 6 hours
Altitude: 700 m
Max height 2100 m

Hiking suitable for families - Suitable for regular walkers

Minimum age: 9 years

Welcome: Recommended equipment: warm jacket, windproof jacket, pants, gloves, goggles, sunscreen, beanie, 1 liter of water

Walk suitable to regular walkers

Covid-19 special services

Health measures in force will apply.

En bref

English - French

Pets welcome

From 9 years old

360 min


  • Pets welcome



  • Winter sports
  • Snow-shoes
  • Duration of the session: 360 minutes


  • 10 personne(s) maximum


From 15/12 to 15/04, daily.

Subject to favorable snow and weather conditions. Cancelled in case of bad weather.


Adult: 45 €
Child (11 years): 35 €.

Equipment rental: 8 €

In the event of bad weather, the AMM may decide to cancel and reimburse the activity or to postpone it.

Means of payment

  • Check
  • Chèques Vacances
  • Cash
  • Credit transfer
  • Paypal

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