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Hikes of the 3430ET IGN Map.



Pointe d’Areu (Pointe des Arbennes)

22 July 2019 | by Pierre-Alexandre

Pointe d'Areu is a mountain overlooking the Arve valley at the end of the Aravis massif. Due to an omission on the IGN map, the Pointe d'Areu is often confused with the Pointe des Arbennes (also called Pointe d'Arbenne or Pointe d'Areu de Romme)


Lac Bénit

23 July 2017 | by Pierre-Alexandre

Located at the foot of the majestic Bargy Massif, the Lac Bénit is a haven of tranquility. Family walk par excellence, the itinerary is within the reach of all inasmuch as that the very short path remains devoid of difficulties and technical passages. Two paths are available to the walker


Pointe d’Andey

6 December 2015 | by Pierre-Alexandre

Veritable balcony overlooking the Arve Valley, Pointe d’Andey is an ideal objective for an outing in the beginning of the season when the snow forbids escapades on higher mountains. Its location allows a dominating overlook on all the surrounding peaks, particularly on Bargy Massif


Lac de Peyre

15 November 2015 | by Pierre-Alexandre

The Lac de Peyre remains a family hike par excellence that will enchant youngsters. Without difficulty, except perhaps the steep footpath reaching the Col de Balafrasse, the route allows access to the lake by a well-marked trail climbing


Tête du Danay

1 January 2014 | by Pierre-Alexandre

Tête du Danay, located in the heart of La Clusaz, is a magnificent viewpoint over the Aravis Range and the Bornes Massif dominating Grand Bornand village. The itinerary is ideal for a discovery of winter hiking in snowshoes


Mont Lachat de Châtillon

27 October 2013 | by Pierre-Alexandre

Autumn is the opportunity for the hiker to rediscover the massifs under a new eye. Covered with a multicolored dress on which is reflected the soft light of the day, the slopes irradiate in all points the sight and let see prospects of a deep calm


Crête des Bénés

16 July 2011 | by Pierre-Alexandre

Located on the heights of Sallanches, Crête des Bénés and its mountain pasture offer a magnificent destination for the hiker. Throughout the ascent, the eye is attracted by Haute-Savoie’s magic; On one side the imposing Mont Blanc Massif, on the other the Aravis Range


Le Suet

9 September 2010 | by Pierre-Alexandre

Standing between the Plateau des Glières and Bornes Massif, and located at the end of Mont Lachat, Le Suet, despite its low altitude, turns out to be a splendid viewpoint on Lake Geneva area


Lac de Lessy (via the Petit-Bornand)

20 June 2010 | by Pierre-Alexandre

The Lac de Lessy, the goal of this hike, is nestled in a combe at the foot of the Jallouvre, the Buclon, and Aiguille Verte. This itinerary located under the Plateau de Cenise is accessible to all and is easier than the one described by the Chinaillon because it is shorter and less steep


Plateau des Glières

24 December 2009 | by Pierre-Alexandre

Located on the Plateau des Glières at the end of the Aravis Range, the Chalet des Auges, just at the summit of the eponymous mountain, is the goal of a beautiful winter hike. This trip offers a relatively short itinerary with a slight elevation gain, and a magnificent


Pointe de Deux Heures

23 August 2009 | by Pierre-Alexandre

Pointe de Deux Heures (whose name refers to the climbing time) is one of the most unknown summits of Haute-Savoie. Indeed, the absence of signage makes this walk somewhat wild, especially given the low number of hikers encountered on the track


Roche Parnal

1 October 2008 | by Pierre-Alexandre

Overlooking the Bornes Massif, Roche Parnal presents itself as a large rocky boulder between Montagne de Sous-Dine and the Trampes. Once at the top of Roche Parnal, you will discover a magnificent panorama



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