The Mont-Blanc area offers an amazing and preserved nature.
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.
The Dôme du Goûter, Mont Maudit, Mont Blanc du Tacul, Mont Joly, exceptional panoramic views of the Mont-Blanc range and the Arve Valley
3 lakes for all your leisures... A fishing lake, a swimming lake, a windsurf lake. Many activities on place : health trail, beach volley ground, table tennis ground, picnic and barbecue areas.
This classified natural site, has an geological interest : it is composed of sedimentary folding.
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.