Route Terroir et Savoir-Faire du Haut Chablais

The “Route Terroir et Savoir-Faire du Haut-Chablais” brings together all the farmers and craftsmen who promote the products and know-how of the region.

The landscapes of the Haut-Chablais owe a lot to the farmers, present in the valley as well as in the mountain pastures. They share their love and passion for their work. They like to show off their products, all of which come from their own farms. Farmers and craftsmen, between authenticity and modernity, they are the guardians of mountain know-how.

The Haut-Chablais has about thirty farms, a multitude of mountain pastures and about ten craftsmen.
If you want to eat locally, there is no lack of resources. Meat, poultry, cured meats, cheese, fresh produce, fruit, eggs, fish, honey, there is no need to go far to fill your basket. But you still need to know where to go and who to contact…

The Haut Chablais Community of Communes (CCHC), in collaboration with the Auvergne Rhône-Alpes Region, has decided to give a helping hand to local producers and craftsmen by publishing a map with their contact details, which can be downloaded below:

Map of the Route Terroir et Savoir-Faire du Haut-Chablais : https://fr.calameo.com/read/00192421869f01660da9b

This map is available in town halls, tourist offices, craftsmen and producers…

Local farmers and craftsmen In Les Gets :
  • La Ferme de Caroline : goat and cow cheeses, jams.
    Caroline and Noël ANTHONIOZ
    Open every day from 4pm to 7pm.

  • Les Gets Pottery : ceramic pieces.
    Anouk and Nathalie BONHOMME

  • La Chèvrerie des Ours : goat cheese.
    Véronique SUBLET

  • La Chèvrerie des Félires: goat cheese.
    Shop open every day from 9am to 5pm.

Discover also many other producers and craftsmen in Morzine, Avoriaz, Essert-Romand, Saint Jean d’Aulps, Montriond, Le Biot, etc.