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Col du Bonhomme

La réserve depuis le Col du Bonhomme
Credit : Julien Heuret - CEN 74

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At 2329 meters above sea level, the Col du Bonhomme mountain pass connects Val Montjoie to the Beaufortin region, Haute-Savoie to Savoie. It is one of the passes used by the great hiking trails such as the GR 5, the Tour du Mont Blanc or the Tour du Beaufortin.Thanks to its strategic location, this pass has always been a passage frequented by the Romans, peddlers, crystal collectors and livestock traders... In 1860, during the French annexation of Savoy and the county of Nice, a free zone was established on a large northern part of Savoy, of which the pass was one of the limits.

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Updated at : 21/02/2023
Lat : 45.7349725Lng : 6.7064238

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