Bisse des Ravines
This easy circular walk through flower-bedecked meadows and larch forests starts at the Raclett'House restaurant in Bruson, at an altitude of about 1,000 metres. After an initial climb, the itinerary follows a gentle slope along the Bisse des Ravines, which was filled with water at the beginning of the 19th century, then abandoned in 1942 before being rehabilitated in October 2013. A pretty waterfall cascades under the gaze of a wolf carved in wood at the level of its water intake at an altitude of 1,300 metres, while the return journey offers an opportunity to discover the typical barns in the village of Bruson. This route is ideal for a family outing during the summer, as the bisse runs from mid-May to mid-October.