Magazine Les 3 Vallées

All activities involving contact with animals


Animal lovers are going to love all the activities that take place in the company of animals in Les 3 Vallées. Get ready to make some beautiful memories!



No winter mountain holiday would be complete without an introduction to dog sledding! Sessions are available in several sites across Les 3 Vallées. A word of advice so you don’t miss out, try to book as soon as you arrive, as the activity’s in high demand.


You’ll find sheep farmers Susan and Serge Jay in the hamlet of Le Châtelard, near Saint-Martin-de-Belleville. You are very welcome to explore their farm and try their ewe’s milk yoghurt, Tomme and sérac cheese. Visit La Trantsa farm.
The +? Ewe’s milk is very rich in protein and easier to digestthan cow’s milk.
📞 +33 (0)6 64 25 38 58

In Villarenger, the farm is open from Monday to Friday to approach goats, horses, ponies, hens…
Pony rides are also proposed.
If you are interested in going there, don’t forget to book in advance!
📞 +33 (0)6 77 22 10 20


Bring the family to the Cœur Équestre des 3 Vallées for a horse ride through the snow-covered forest or a pony sled ride for little ones. Guided by ski and horse riding instructor Anne, try your hand at ski joëring (accessible to children from 1st star level upwards).
📞 +33 (0)4 57 37 17 21


Climb aboard a horse-drawn carriage on the Place du Tremplin, and discover Courchevel’s streets in a whole new way, at the gentle clip clop pace of a horse. Either take a ride (from 10 minutes to 1hr) or try the new and unusual “carriage taxi”.
You can also visit the riding center for a horse ride or to try ski joëring.
📞 +33 (0)6 16 17 04 22

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