top of page
  • Can I buy products from the farm when I visit?
    During each visit, you can buy products made on the farm to enjoy at home. Don't forget to take some cash, as not all farmers take CB.
  • Are visits the same in summer and winter?
    No, the locations of our visits differ and adapt according to the season. In summer, the animals are often in the mountain pastures, so our partner farms are often on higher ground. In winter, the animals are in the stables, especially the cows and sheep. Our visits will therefore be made to the sheepfolds and farms that house them.
  • Does my baby have to pay for the visit?
    Visits are free for children under 2, but we reserve the right to ask for proof of age at the time of visit.
  • Can I book several visits?
    Of course! Our tours are scheduled at different times, so you can discover several farms and their operations in the same week.
  • Do I need to make a reservation for a visit?
    Reservations are required to take part in one of our tours. This can be done quickly and easily via our website.
  • How much does a visit cost?
    Our daytime tours cost €13/person. The price for "Traites et assiettes locales" is 28€/adult and 20€/child (under 15).
  • I want to book a tour but it's not working?
    It is possible that the slot you wish to reserve is full and that the reservation is therefore blocked. Please do not hesitate to contact us by e-mail or telephone.
  • Can I book a private tour for my family or a group?
    Anything is possible, we can tailor-make a visit to suit your wishes. Send us an e-mail with your request.
  • How should I dress for a visit to the farm?
    A farm is a living environment with animals. For a visit, I bring shoes and clothes that I'm not afraid of getting dirty. Don't forget my raincoat in case of rain.
  • Will tours continue in bad weather?
    Activities are maintained in case of bad weather. If we have to cancel, we will contact you in advance.
  • Where is the venue?
    For the moment, visits are being made to 3 different locations, so please be careful: - La Ferme de Vallorcine, where the apple juice workshop takes place, is located at the following address: Le Plan Droit, 74660 Vallorcine. - La Ferme du Vieux Guide, where the butter workshop takes place, is at 36 route du Sizeray, 74660 Vallorcine. - The Alpage de Blaitière is accessible by hike from the Planards parking lot (approx. 1hr 45mins) or from the Plan de l'Aiguille (approx. 1hr). Please note that both farms are in Vallorcine! Attention, les 2 fermes se trouvent à Vallorcine !
bottom of page