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Hiking trail: from Lindarets Village to Brochaux Waterfall

Sport, Pedestrian sports, Hiking itinerary in Montriond
2.1 km
1h 50min
Very easy
  • An easy hike from Les Lindarets, known for its goats and traditional architecture, to the magnificent Cascade des Brochaux.
    The path winds through the woods and you are lulled by the soothing murmur of a pretty river.

  • As you approach the Cascade des Brochaux, you can hear the gentle murmur of flowing water. The waterfall, a true natural gem, spills its waters into a natural pool. It's the ideal place for a relaxing break, a picnic in the heart of nature or simply to enjoy the comforting calm.

    - Choose your route according to your physical condition and the weather conditions.
    - Follow the instructions for signposting.
    - Take sufficient food and water with you. Mountain sports require a lot of energy.
  • Departure
    Montriond
  • Start: footpath to the right of the Chaudron restaurant (footpath sign).
    > Access by car from Cluses or Thonon: D902 then D228. Car park at the entrance to the village of Les Lindarets.
    In July and August, traffic restrictions make it difficult to get to Les Lindarets by car, so it's best to either walk up the path from the Ardent car park (Ardent aux Lindarets), or take the Ardent cable car (you can then take the free little train to the village of Les Lindarets from the cable car arrival station).
  • Plain text period
    From 01/05 to 31/10.
    Accessible outside the snow season and subject to weather conditions. Check with the Tourist Office beforehand for current access conditions. Recommended season: spring - summer - autumn.
    Free ski lift on presentation of the Multi Pass card.

    Subject to favorable weather.
  • Environment
    • Mountain location
    • Waterfall view
  • Documentation
    GPX / KML files allow you to export the trail of your hike to your GPS (or other navigation tool)
Services
  • Equipment
    • Car park
    • Free car park
    • Public WC
  • Services
    • Pets welcome
      • Pets welcome, but there is a free-roaming herd of goats in the village of Les Lindarets.
    • Accessible via ski lift
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