Mont de Grange summit

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Culminating at an altitude of 2432 m, the Mont de Grange (Natura 2000) is the highest summit in the pays d'Evian-vallée d'Abondance territory and the second highest in the Chablais. It sublimates the valley of Abondance in company of the Cornettes de Bise.
The most discreet hikers can observe chamois, marmots, ptarmigan, foxes ... As well as many mountain flowers.

Natura 2000 is a network of protected natural sites across Europe, identified for the rarity or fragility of their wild species, and the natural habitats that house them. The objective is to preserve the biodiversity of these spaces in the long term without banishing all human activities and to enhance the natural heritage of this territory. Natura 2000 is not a nature reserve in the strict sense.
OpeningsAll year round.
Summit accessible by hiking only, generally from mid-June to mid-September, dates which may change depending on weather conditions. Check with tourist offices or Mountain Guides before any access attempt.

Subject to favorable weather.
Features / Thematic
  • nature miscellaneous :
    • Viewpoint
  • Mountains :
    • Mountain
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