The Val Veny opens out in the heart of the Mont Blanc massif, offering a wide variety of different landscapes from Entrèves on to Col de La Seigne on the border with France. The most striking peaks that rise up from the valley are the Aiguille Noire de Peuterey, the pinnacles of the Dames Anglaises, the Aiguilles des Glaciers and especially the Brenva and Miage glaciers.
Here too mountain lovers will find all sorts of leisure opportunities in the summer, from walks up to the lakes or mountain huts to much more demanding climbing routes.
At the beginning of the Val Veny you might like to visit the Sanctuary of Notre-Dame de Guérison, very popular with the faithful because the Virgin is believed to have the power to cure illnesses.
The valley is not accessible in the winter, but those who would like to admire it during the cold season can take the Val Veney cableway up, or ski down from Col Chécrouit.