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Les Carrés

Les Carrés

Description

An idyllic ride from the hamlet of Chaucisse, to admire the Mont Blanc.

DEPARTURE: Parking entrance of the hamlet of Chaucisse - hiking information sign.

ROUTE: From the car park, take the Route des Montagnes (alpine trail) briefly up to the LES ROZETS intersection. Take the small road on the right towards DES CARRÉS and its postcard landscape: alpine farms facing Mont Blanc. Return by the same route.

POINTS OF INTEREST:
- The hamlet of Chaucisse, former municipality, is now attached to the village of St Nicolas la Chapelle since the 1960s.
- Church of Chaucisse.

Technical informations

This circuit was updated on: 22/02/2024
2.4 km
1 h
min. 99999 m
130 m
Styles : BaladeMountain
Public : Family

Altimetric profile

Starting point

73590 Saint-Nicolas-la-Chapelle
Lat : 45.829Lng : 6.48

Points of interest

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Tourist Office of Val d'Arly - Flumet / St Nicolas la Chapelle

In the land of Mont-Blanc, between the Aravis and Saisies passes and on the Route des Grandes Alpes, the office of the Val d'Arly Tourist Office in Flumet welcomes you all year round! Do not hesitate to visit us during your stay.Our reception service offers the following services: - registration for free/paying activities offered by the Office or its service providers - sale of goodies with the "Flumet en Fête" logo - photocopies, scanners - provision of documentation on Flumet and the surroundings of the resort - sale of Savoie fishing permits and Haute-Savoie reciprocity - sale of hiking and snowshoeing maps - sale of mountain bike cards - sale of Trail maps

- Office de Tourisme du Val d'Arly -
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Chaucisse church

Large chapel or small church? The hamlet of Chaucisse was a very long walk from the parish church… especially in winter! In 1818, therefore, a chapel was erected in the village in order to be able to celebrate services… without the risk of travel.In 1815, Joachim Dumax-Baudron (1750-1828), former cook of Marshal Berthier, originally from Chaucisse, decided to bequeath a chapel and a school to his hamlet of origin. The chapel, dedicated to Saint François de Sales, was built in 1818. Ten years later, by decision of the bishop, it became a parish church. But in the 1960s, with the demographic decline, the parish was finally attached again to Saint-Nicolas-la-Chapelle. The tavaillons (wooden “tiles”) roof and painted walls of this private chapel have recently been restored. Inside, you will find furniture and decoration in which the artistic tastes of the Baroque period are expressed.

Hameau de Chaucisse 73590 Saint-Nicolas-la-Chapelle
- Office de Tourisme du Val d'Arly -
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Date and time

  • From 01/06/2024 to 30/09/2024
  • From 01/06/2025 to 30/09/2025

Additional information

Location complements

Car park at the entrance to the hamlet of Chaucisse - Hiking information panel.

Topo guides and map references

Topo guides references :
Walking and hiking map of the Val d'Arly for sale at 9 € or Topo Walks and Short hikes on sale at € 4 in the tourist offices.

Map references :
Tagging with yellow signs.

Type of land

Not suitable for strollers

Contact

Phone : 04 79 31 61 08

Email : info@flumet-montblanc.com

Open period

From 01/06 to 30/09.

Reception conditions for animals

Dogs must be on a leash.

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Office de Tourisme du Val d'Arly - 15/02/2024
www.valdarly-montblanc.com
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