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Au pied du Roc d'Enfer
Au pied du Roc d'Enfer
Au pied du Roc d'Enfer
Au pied du Roc d'Enfer

At the foot of the Roc d’Enfer

Credit : Yvan Tisseyre/OT Vallée d'Aulps

A wild and unspoilt area in a valley where chapels and chalets are omnipresent. Look out for the numerous shrines, statues, chapels, etc.
The Roc d'Enfer rises to an altitude of 2243 m. In former times, it was called Mont Maudit (Damned Mountain) because of the steep and exposed route to the summit, but don’t worry, the walk described here stays at the foot of the mountain. The walk has a very varied atmosphere, starting with a “mountainous” section at the foot of the Roc d'Enfer, and finishing amongst chalets and forests. Climb up to the Col Ratti. Go straight on. Do not take the track to the chapel.The River Brévon, which rises at the foot of the Roc d’Enfer, has given its name to this valley. Type of itinerary : circuit. Map : IGN Top 25 n° 3528 ET Morzine Massif du Chablais.

16 km
5 h
max. 1939 m
min. 941 m
620 m
620 m

Altimetric profile

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Starting point

74110 Essert-Romand
Lat : 46.20262Lng : 6.63523
35 d

5 informations complémentaires

Open period

From 15/05 to 01/11.

Reception conditions for animals

Dogs must be kept on a leash because of the cows

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Conseil départemental de la Haute-Savoie - Pôle Animation Territoriale et Développement Durable - 03/07/2020

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