This French-Swiss route is only for experienced snowshoers, as there are climbs and descents of varying gradients.
This 7km Franco-Swiss route is for experienced snowshoe walkers only. It offers exceptional panoramic views and different variants, with a start on the French side or a start on the Swiss side.
The Bords de Dranse route runs for 16 km from Châtel to Abondance. This winter itinerary begins at Très les Pierres and follows the Linga to Pré la Joux route. A very easy route, it is accessible to all.
This route, which starts in the forest and leads to the Col de Bassachaux, takes you through some magnificent scenery with panoramic views over the Vallée d'Abondance, the Vallée d'Aulps and Lake Montriond.
This is an easy forestry out-and-back route that can be extended with a variant in the form of a loop, starting from the car park at the Vonnes inter-domain link.
Following the edge of the forest, this route is very easy and accessible to all. It takes you from the centre of the village to Vonnes lake. It can also be done in the opposite direction.
This easy trail takes you between forest and mountain pastures to the sunny Petit-Châtel area, offering panoramic views of the village of Châtel and the Vallée d'Abondance.
This Franco-Swiss forest trail is suitable for experienced hikers.
It's a short, easy loop that's suitable for all the family, with very little difference in altitude. From the village centre, head towards Vonnes, as the starting point is at the car park for the inter-domain link.
This woodland route, for experienced walkers only, is located in the Mont de Grange nature reserve, where chamois can be seen!