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Hikes of the 3530ET IGN Map.



Tête de Bostan and Col de Bostan

6 August 2008 | by Pierre-Alexandre

Let’s go to Morzine for a hike that takes part of the “GR 5 Tour des Dents Blanches” to get to the Tête de Bostan. The route starts from the Pont de Chardonnière, crosses the Terres Maudites


Aouille de Criou

1 July 2007 | by Pierre-Alexandre

The Aouille or Aiguille du Criou is a large rocky plate that culminates at 2023 m of altitude by a vertiginous cliff of more than 700 m above the Refuge de Folly. Highly visible from Samoëns, the Criou Massif is a belvedere of choice on the Valley of the Giffre, with a superb outlook on the Aravis


Col de Pierre Carrée

13 January 2007 | by Pierre-Alexandre

From the Col de Pierre Carrée, which is the northern part of Flaine ski resort, it is possible to take a pedestrian route that leads among the pines to reach a beautiful point of view on the valley of Cluses and the ski resort of Carroz d ’Araches. On the other side is the panorama of the immense


Col and Lac d’Anterne

1 September 2006 | by Pierre-Alexandre

The outing to Lac and Col d’Anterne constitutes a wonderful hike. However, this hike is only for trained walkers because the length of the course and the elevation gain are not negligible. The itinerary is reminiscent of the enchantment felt during the trip to the Chalets de Sales


Col de la Golèse and Refuge de Bostan

13 June 2005 | by Pierre-Alexandre

The itinerary that I propose describes a loop that starts from the car park of the Allamands, leads to the Refuge du Col de la Golèse, climbs a little more and goes down to the Refuge de Bostan nestled at the foot of the impressive walls of the Aouille du Criou. Note the possibility of climbing the Tête de


Pointe d’Angolon via La Bourgeoise

16 February 2004 | by Pierre-Alexandre

La Bourgeoise constitutes a very easy walk whose summit allows a panoramic view of the Mont Blanc Massif, Mont Buet, and the Aravis Range. In the summer, La Bourgeoise is a popular site for paragliding. Pointe d'Angolon, placed opposite, allows climbing a little and better observe Dents



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