A walking path along a stream that has been developed to combat the floods that used to regularly threaten the village of Villette

Sport La Glière footpath Aime-la-Plagne


Departing from Aime-la-Plagne (73210)
Average length : 01h30
Distance : 3km
Signed walking trail
Animals allowed

Nant Agot was often a threat for its frequent floods. The facilities built by man have made it possible to contain the whims of the stream.

Total elevation gain : 200m
Altitude max : 860m
Vertical drop : 200m

Further informations

Stone, Ground


Free access.


Animals allowed
Languages spoken : French

Safety rules
- Check the weather forecast before you leave.
- Avoid going alone. Let someone know that you are leaving and your planned route.
- Remember to drink, eat and take breaks throughout the hike.
- Wear good shoes and suitable clothes for the mountains.
- Don't forget to take: sun cream, a hat/cap, sunglasses, warm clothes and rain wear, a mobile phone in case of problems.
- Take an IGN map with you. This map is given as an indication, it does not replace the IGN maps.
Best practices
- Stay on the marked paths and avoid the hayfields.
- Respect the environment.
- Watch out for animal herds, keep your dog on a lead.
- Take your rubbish away with you.

In case of accident: ring 112 or 18
Weather forecast: 32 50

Period of practice

From 01/01 to 31/12.
According to snow cover.

  • Pets welcome
  • Picnic area


La glière Route impériale Villette 73210 Aime-la-Plagne
Departing from : Aime-la-Plagne (73210)
Latitude : 45.545556 - Longitude : 6.603305
Moving across the city : Aime (73210), Aime-la-Plagne (73210)
Information update on 01/07/2022 by Office de Tourisme de la Grande Plagne