Lachat chairlift

Tourist transport • Tourist cable car  

The Lachat detachable chairlift is open in summer to pedestrians and paraglider pilots.


Information

74450 Le Grand-Bornand

Telephone: 04 50 02 78 10

Email: secretariat@saemlegrandbo.fr

Website: http://www.legrandbornand.com

Opening date
From 09/06 to 10/06/2018, daily between 9.15 AM and 4.45 PM. From 16/06 to 17/06/2018, daily between 9.15 AM and 4.45 PM. From 23/06 to 30/06/2018, daily between 9.15 AM and 4.45 PM. From 01/07 to 02/09/2018, daily between 9.45 AM and 5.15 PM. From 08/09 to 09/09/2018, daily between 9.15 AM and 4.45 PM.

Walkers/hikers

Rosay, Lachat, or Châtelet
- adult: 7.80 € / children ages 15 and under: 6€

Rosay + Lachat, or Châtelet + Lachat:
- adult: 11.90€ / children ages 15 and under: 9.20€

Rosay + Lachat + Châtelet:
- Full-day adult: 18.30€ / children ages 15 and under: 15.20€
- Half-day adult: 15.20€ / children ages 15 and under: 13.20€
- Book of 10 passes (not registered): 69.80€
- Season pass: 179€

"Pass Loisirs" price:
Rosay, Lachat, or Châtelet
- adult: 7.10€ / children ages 15 and under: 5.40€
Rosay + Lachat, or Châtelet + Lachat:
- adult: 10.80€ / children ages 15 and under: 8.20€
Rosay + Lachat + Châtelet:
- Full-day adult: 15.70€ / children ages 15 and under: 12.20€
- Half-day adult: 13.20€ / children ages 15 and under: 10.20€

Price for handicapped individuals:
Rosay or Lachat or Châtelet: 4€
Rosay + Lachat: 6.20€
Rosay + Lachat + Châtelet: 9.20€.

Free entry for children < 5 years.

Payment methods
Bank/credit card
Cash


Plan


Additional information

The top of the Lachat, the highest point of the ski area in winter, over 2000 m high, is also the starting point for numerous hiking, as well as a well-known take off area for paragliding, hang gliding, and other free flying disciplines.

To practice sport or to enjoy the view, you will be delighted! An orientation table will allow you to observe the exceptional panoramaon the Jura, Massifs des Bauges, Chablais, Bornes, Aravis et Bargy as well as the top of the Mont Blanc and some of the highest peaks in the Alps.

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Updated on 17/11/2017 by Le Grand-Bornand Tourisme - Report an error

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