Under the ever-present watchful eye of the Roc d'Enfer mountains, this hollow valley is a huge Alpine pasture, surrounded by magnificent and steep cliffs. The little chapel of Graydon built in 1859 was completely restored in 2009. The chapel and surroundings chalets offer a genuine and peaceful glimpse of a mountain way of life. Located at 1340 m and rising to 2243 m, Graydon is the starting point for many walks including the Roc d'Enfer tour, a delightful route that winds through Alpine meadows, offering a glimpse of marmots and deer. This circuit has superb panoramas of the Aravis mountains, the Roc d'Enfer and the Mont Blanc range. Graydon is also a food lovers' treat, with fresh cheese available from the farm. Discover Tomme, Abondance and goats' cheese made by a true mountain farmer who's been herding his animals to pasture there for the last 25 years.