Lovely walk with varied landscapes (forests, alpine pastures, woods…), don't miss the granit Roman stone at the Jaillet Pass, discovered in 1964 which marked the limit of the Ceutrons territory. Magnificent view over the Mont-Blanc range and Megève below.
From the village head uphill by the Chemin des Coteaux to the hamlet of Coin ; go through the hamlet of Riglard (1280m) and by Combes until you reach the top of the Jaillet cable car (restaurant).
Follow the Tour du Mont-Blanc itinerary which rises up through the pastures towards the forest. At the first fork in the woods, turn left into a steep, uphill path that becomes a pleasant and undulating passage further up through the forest until the Jaillet Pass. The round trip from the arrival point of the cable car to the Jaillet Pass take 1h30.
Follow the path in the direction of the Petit Croisse Baulet. It is possible to continue in the direction of the Grand Croisse Baulet (2236m) - 1 additional hour of walking uphill.
max. 2004 m
min. 1088 m
Phone : 04 50 21 27 28
Fax : 04 50 93 03 09
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
From 01/05 to 01/11.
Mairie de Megève - 09/03/2018
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Possibility to take the Jaillet cablecar.
Dogs must be necessarily kept on a lead.