Nice stroll starting from Landry's church. Discovery of the surroundings hamlets. Well shaded road, follow the signs.

Sport Landry - Montvenix Landry

About

Departing from Landry (73210)
Average length : 02h30
Distance : 3.7km
Signed walking trail
Animals allowed

From Landry's church, take the path climbing on the right.
It sometimes crosses the road until "le Martorrey", crossing the hamlet of "la Vignerie". From "le Martorrey", well shaded path. Follow the signs until "Montvenix".

Loop
Total elevation gain : 492m
Altitude max : 1221m
Vertical drop : 171m

Difficult passages

In springtime, due to snow melt, crossing the last brook before Montvenix can be difficult.

Map references

TOP 25 IGN CARD 3532 ET Les Arcs/La Plagne/Parc national de la Vanoise

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    Departure from the church of Landrry, ascent to Martorey by the GR5, then direction Chatelet and Montvenix (Chapelle St Ours and old houses)
    At the end of the village, take the path leading down to the Chal d'Hauteville (St Grat chapel and the Tarentaise apple museum).
    To the west, a path leads back to Petit Gondon (Ste Agathe chapel). From there the path of St Pantaléon leads to the Grand Gondon (Oratory and St Pantaléon chapel). Follow the road for 200 m to the Villard bridge,
    We recommend a detour to the Balastière school orchard (managed by the same association as the apple museum) which is 300 m away.
    Or return to the centre of Landry by the path that crosses the meadows on the other side of the bridge.

    Prices

    Free access.

    Reception

    Animals allowed
    Languages of documentation : French

    Period of practice

    From 15/05 to 15/11/2022.
    Remember to contact your Tourism Officeto learn about the feasibility of the paths.

    Services
    • Pets welcome

    Access

    73210 Landry
    Departing from : Landry (73210)
    Latitude : 45.569525 - Longitude : 6.743548

    Parking near St Michel's church

    Moving across the city : Landry (73210), Peisey-Vallandry (73210)
    Information update on 15/07/2022 by Office de Tourisme de Peisey Vallandry