Browsing the "Ascent = 2-3 hours" Tag

Hikes whose ascent lasts between two to three hours.



Pic du Marcelly

12 September 2012 | by Pierre-Alexandre

Pic du Marcelly is the object of a magnificent hike that describes a loop starting through the pastures of Praz-de-Lys, to continue on the ridges of Pointe de la Couenasse, before ending overlooking Lac de Roy. Formerly classified as “difficult” because


Bel Oiseau

22 August 2012 | by Pierre-Alexandre

Let’s get back to Lake Emosson, in the Canton of Valais, near Chamonix, for a walk much less renowned than the illustrious Cheval Blanc or Mont Buet: Bel Oiseau. Located at the end of the Barberine Valley and at the western end of Lake Emosso


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


Mont Joly

15 August 2010 | by Pierre-Alexandre

Well visible from the Sallanches Valley, Mont Joly is a true observatory on the Mont Blanc Massif as well as the surrounding massifs, such as the Aravis Range or the Vanoise Massif. Like the peaks of the Italian Val Ferret


Mont de la Belle Combe (Bella Comba)

28 July 2010 | by Pierre-Alexandre

Very popular with walkers around Mont Blanc, the Val Ferret impresses by the incredible view on the Italian slope of the Mont Blanc Massif. Not very frequented, Bella Comba is a monumental belvedere on the spectacle offered by the Val Ferret


Tré-la-Tête Glacier

30 August 2009 | by Pierre-Alexandre

Located in the heart of Les Contamines Nature Reserve, Tré-La-Tête Glacier offers all hikers a feeling of elevation towards the highest peaks. Surrounded by several summits seeming impossible to climb, Tré-La-Tête Glacie


Petit and Grand Croisse Baulet

21 June 2009 | by Pierre-Alexandre

Visible from Sallanches, Croisse Baulet is a stroll of choice that will provide the hiker with one of the most beautiful views of Haute-Savoie as one can contemplate the Mont Blanc Massif, the Aravis Range, and the Fiz Massif


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


Nid d’Aigle and Bionnassay Glacier

14 September 2008 | by Pierre-Alexandre

The Nid d’Aigle is the terminus of the famous Mont Blanc train, the arrival point of a very large number of tourists of all nationalities and departure of the route to Mont Blanc. The route passes through the pastures of the Are and follows


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



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