Towering peaks, lush valleys, and pristine lakes of the French Alps paint a picture-perfect landscape that has captivated adventurers and nature enthusiasts for centuries. However, as tourism in this region flourishes, so does the need for responsible stewardship of its fragile ecosystems. In the face of climate change and increasing human activity, sustainability and environmental responsibility have become paramount in ensuring the preservation of this breathtaking environment.

As a trekking company committed to promoting eco-tourism and responsible travel practices, we recognise the importance of safeguarding the natural treasures of the French Alps. Our mission extends beyond offering exhilarating adventures; it encompasses a dedication to minimising our ecological footprint and actively contributing to the conservation of this pristine wilderness.

Protecting Biodiversity

One of the primary focuses of our sustainability efforts revolves around protecting the rich biodiversity of the French Alps. These mountains are home to a diverse array of flora and fauna, including rare and endangered species such as the Alpine ibex and the snow vole. Through our guided treks and excursions, we strive to raise awareness about the importance of preserving habitat integrity and minimising disturbances to sensitive ecosystems. By adhering to designated trails and promoting Leave No Trace principles, we aim to mitigate the impact of human presence on wildlife habitats and maintain the ecological balance of the region.

Image of the Alpine Ibex with Mont Blanc in the background

Promoting Sustainable Practices

At the heart of our operations lies a commitment to promoting sustainable practices both on and off the trails. From minimising waste and practising recycling to reducing energy consumption and supporting local economies, we prioritise environmentally conscious decision-making at every turn. Our partnerships with eco-friendly accommodation providers and local suppliers ensure that our guests experience the beauty of the Alps without compromising its ecological integrity. Additionally, we actively engage with communities and stakeholders to foster a culture of environmental stewardship and collective responsibility towards our natural heritage.

Conservation and Restoration

Recognising the urgent need for conservation and restoration initiatives, we allocate resources towards supporting projects aimed at preserving fragile ecosystems and restoring degraded landscapes in the French Alps as well as landscapes further afield through our partner EOCA (European Outdoor Conservation Association). Through these proactive measures, we strive to safeguard the ecological resilience of the Alps and ensure that future generations can continue to marvel at its splendour.

View of Lac des Gaillands with Mont Blanc in the Background

Educational Outreach

Education plays a pivotal role in fostering a deeper appreciation for the environment and empowering individuals to become advocates for sustainability. Through our guided treks, we provide guests with opportunities to learn about the unique ecology, geology, and cultural heritage of the French Alps. By imparting knowledge about the interconnectedness of all living beings and the importance of preserving natural ecosystems, we hope to inspire a sense of responsibility and reverence for the natural world.

Hiker admiring Lac Chesery in Chamonix


In the midst of breathtaking landscapes and awe-inspiring vistas, the French Alps stand as a testament to the beauty and resilience of nature. However, with this beauty comes a profound responsibility to protect and preserve it for future generations. As a trekking company committed to sustainability and environmental responsibility, we are dedicated to safeguarding the ecological integrity of the Alps and promoting responsible travel practices. Through our collective efforts, we can ensure that the French Alps remain a beacon of natural wonder for generations to come. Join us in our journey to explore, conserve, and cherish this magnificent wilderness.