Musical and friendly atmosphere!
Food available on site: raclette, barbecue, meringues with double cream and home made tarts.
Leave your car in the village and walking up to the farm, a beautiful walk through the They Valley.
Don't miss this great Inalpe festival, the chance for all Queen cow admirers and mountain lovers to get together in magnificent surroundings and enjoy traditional Valais folklore.
Cow fighting during the morning.
The programme :
- Chain saw wood sculpturing.
- Local market.
- Barbecue, raclette, shepherd's soup, meringues with double cream, home made tarts...
- Alpine horns.
The event will take place in all weather!
Inalpe - Cow processionMay 25, 2013
The chance for all flower lovers to embellish their balconies, terraces and gardens.
The festive atmosphere will be enhanced by musical entertainment, bar and BBQ.
Flower MarketJune 01, 2013
Passing through Morgins
Sunday 2nd June, the top current athletes will tackle the roads of Val D'Illiez and Val D'Abondance and therefore pass through Morgins.
The Stages - June 2012
Sunday 2nd: Champéry-Champéry.
The 23 teams of 8 will set off from Champéry at 11.30 am. After a rolling start towards Morgins, they will reach their first challenge: the Morgins Climb, after 12.5 km, the racers will leave the Swiss roads to follow those of the Haute-Savoie. The climb to the Col du Corbier at 75.5 km will leave no respite and an intermediate sprint at the Chapelle D'Abondance at 91.5 km will establish precious points towards the Green Maillot classification. The climb to the Pas-de-Morgins at 101.5 km will prove decisive for the victory of this stage. The Peloton ( or at least those who remain) will return to the Swiss roads at Morgins, pass through Troistorrents and Val-D'Illiez before ending their task with their last challenge, the climb to Champery.
Champéry Start: 11.30 am
Val D'Illiez: 11.40 am
Morgins: 11.55 am
Pas de Morgins: 2.08 pm
Morgins: 2.09 pm
Troistorrents: 2.25 pm
Val D'Illiez: 2.30 pm
Champéry Climb: 2.35 pm
Champéry: 2.37 pm
These timings have been calculated on an average speed of 41km/hr and will depend on the rythm during the race.
65ème Critérium du DauphinéJune 02, 2013
This competition will take place on one of the steepest downhill runs of the resort, which has been specially re-landscaped for the event.
The riders will only have a few heats to prove their skills and beat the stopwatch.
The Morgins Downhill Site will be under the spotlights, for the enjoyment of competitors and spectators alike.
IXS Swiss Downhill CupFrom 08 to 09 June 2013
The Wild MTB trek in both France and Switzerland!
The MTB Pass'Portes du Soleil is a mixture of impressive and unforgettable moments, shared sporting memories and a load of laughs it has to be done (or redone). The 80 km circuit use 15th lifts. Different variations will be organized for mountain bikers wishing to cycle up hill.
The trek takes one day, and participants can choose whether to ride it on Friday, Saturday or Sunday.
For more informations or to subscribe visit the website: www.passportesdusoleil.com
For 3 days, the Pass'Portes Mountain bike show will be held in Châtel.
Subscriptions since the 13rd February 2013.