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Lake of "Les Evettes"
Lake of "Les Evettes"

Lake of "Les Evettes"

A short walk in the woods, ideal in summer, to enjoy the bucolic atmosphere of the Lake of Evettes.

DEPARTURE: Evettes parking.

ROUTE: from the car park, take the road briefly towards Flumet until the directional post LES BARRIOZ. Continue on the left towards MARRIAGE then right towards LE RIANT. From here, turn right and go to the TELESKI DU LAC then FORÊT DES EVETTES. Take again on your right towards LA MONTAGNETTE, LES CLIEUX then LAKE EVETTES. Go around the lake, reach LA CROE and get off LA RUFFE then LE RIANT. Return by the route of the departure.

- Lake Evettes, nice little natural lake in the middle of the fir trees.
- The "Cache-cache des animaux" trail, thematic trail to discover the fauna of our mountains.

6.8 km
2 h 45 mn
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350 m
350 m
Styles : HikingMountainForest
Public : Family

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Starting point

73590 Flumet
Lat : 45.824Lng : 6.543
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Updated by

Office de Tourisme du Val d'Arly - 30/09/2021
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Open period

From 01/06 to 30/09.

Reception conditions for animals

Dogs must be kept on a leash due to the presence of herds.