Mont-Blanc Balcony

Les Saisies,
  • Balcon sur le Mont-Blanc aux Saisies
  • Un point de vue exceptionnel sur le Mont-Blanc
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Panoramic platform inviting to relaxation and contemplation.
Enjoy an exceptional view of the Mont-Blanc Massif and its surroundings.
Take the time to enjoy a special moment, in this landscaped space, in a magnificent natural setting.
Easy access via Chard du Beurre chairlift.
On site: panoramic terrace with view of the Mont-Blanc massif, the Aravis range and the Val d'Arly, giant hammock, picnic tables, benches and high chairs ...
From 15/07 to 30/09, daily.

From 19/12 to 23/04, daily between 9 am and 4.30 pm.
  • Recreational leisure :
    • Recreational activities
    • Picnic area
Les Saisies
  • Spoken language(s) :
    • French
Free of charge.


Balcon sur le Mont-Blanc
Les Saisies
GPS coordinates
Latitude : 45.769374
Longitude : 6.547384
Access by the Chard du Beurre chairlift: by ski or on foot in winter (from the end of December to mid-April), on foot or by mountain bike (in July / August).
Access is also possible via a pedestrian / snowshoe path in winter and pedestrian / mountain bike in summer.
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A giant lounger to take pictures with Beaufortain and Mont Blanc as a backdrop.
At 1865 m, this unique belvedere is accessible by chairlift, on foot, or by mountain bike. Located near Les Saisies, it offers a panoramic view of Mont-Blanc, the Beaufortain massif, the Hauteluce valley, the Aravis chain and the Saisies resort.
Chard du Beurre chairlift (6 detachable seats) accessible to pedestrians.
Les Saisies
Altitude: 1889m. The Chard du Beurre is an extraordinary viewpoint over the Mont-Blanc massif, the Beaufortain (Pierra Menta, Grand-Mont) and the Aravis. It is easily accessible from the resort of Les Saisies.
Very nice path through the alpine pastures of Plan Périot. Breathtaking views of Mont Blanc from the summit of Chard du Beurre and then return through the Covetan forest. Chard means small hill in Savoyard patois.