Natural sites in the Mont-Blanc area

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The Mont-Blanc area offers an amazing and preserved nature.

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Lac Vert

Situated amidst the forest near Passy Plaine-Joux, this lake is surrounded by spruce trees and reflects the Mont-Blanc. Vehicle access from April to December. Winter access on foot. Classified site.

Glacier du Tour

The Tour glacier is located in the Mont Blanc massif in the French Alps. It overlooks the village Le Tour.

Glacier des Bossons

This glacier goes down directly from the top of Mont Blanc, the highest alpine summit. The tongue of the glacier reaches 1180m, the lowest in Alps.

Mont Blanc du Tacul

The Mont Blanc du Tacul is part of the Mont Blanc massif. It is located between the Aiguille du Midi and the Mont Maudit. It peaks at 4248m.

Col de Voza

The Col de Voza is located in the Mont Blanc massif above Les Houches. It peaks at 1657m.

Les Lacs des Ilettes (Lakes)

The 3 Ilettes lakes are an ideal spot for leisure activities. There is a fishing lake, a swimming lake and one for windsurfing, as well as numerous other activities onsite: a fitness course, a volleyball court, table tennis tables, picnic areas and more.

Aiguille du Brévent

Le Brevent ( 2,525 m) is a mountain located in Chamonix in the Aiguilles Rouges moutain range.

Mer de Glace

Formed by the confluence of the Leschaux and Géant Glaciers, the Mer de Glace is France’s biggest glacier: 7 km long, surface area 40 km2, 200 m thick, altitude 1913 m.

Glacier d'Argentière

The Argentière glacier is located in the Mont Blanc massif. It overlooks the village of Argentière.

La Cascade d'Arpenaz (waterfall)

At a height of 270m, this magnificent waterfall, dominating the hamlet of Luzier, is the 3rd highest waterfall in France and is of geological interest (shales). Listed natural site. Impressive in the spring, you can refresh yourself there in the summer.