France has approximately 88,000 kilometres of footpaths called the Grande Randonnée (GR®) trails, with close to 3,000 kilometres in the Savoie and Haute-Savoie. No need to go to the other side of the world when wonderment is waiting for you on our red and white marked trails. Focus on five itineraries 

Legendary trail


A ten-day trek through France, Italy, and Switzerland. Leaving from Les Houches, this 215 km itinerary crosses magnificent glacial landscapes.

From Lake Geneva to the Mediterranean

GR® 5

The GR5 crosses the Chablais, Aiguilles Rouges, Pays du Mont Blanc, Beaufortain, Vanoise, Haute-Tarentaise, and Haute-Maurienne areas. One of the most beautiful routes

The Way of Saint James

GR® 65

A portion of the Way of Saint James begins at the edge of Geneva on the banks of the lake and travels through the wooded countryside, vineyards, and marshes in the Albanais, Chautagne, and Savoyard headland areas up to Yenne.

Through the Chartreuse mountain range

GR® 9

This trek leaves from Culoz in the Rhône Valley and heads south to the Chartreuse mountain range— a majestic limestone bluff overlooking Chambéry and Grenoble.

The Prealps in the Haute-Savoie 

GR® 96

Starting in Samoëns, this trail transverses the Arve and Glières Plateaus, crosses between the Rivers Borne and Fier, goes around the Aravis Mountains, and descends to Lake Annecy.