The resort is appropriately nicknamed “Switzerland’s little Canada” with its vast forests, lake and traditional wooden chalets.
easy, S0Difficulty: easy
S0 Even forest or meadow paths, on a natural surface with good grip or on compact gravel. No steps, rocks or passages with many roots. Gentle gradients, wide curves. No special technique required
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The walk starts in the centre of Champex-Lac village (1,467m) and is followed by a slight climb on the Adray side, where you will have the benefit of a great view of the lake. Head along the river on a path that goes down to Champex-d’en-Bas. From here, cross the bridge and go back up towards Champex-Lac, before getting back to the lake.