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Roc de Nantbellet hike

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The hamlet of Nanbellet lies in the district of Saint-Ferréol. Its name is a combination of the words Nant, which means stream, and the family name Bellet, which is a diminutive of beau or beautiful.

Sport Roc de Nantbellet hike Saint-Ferréol

About

Departing from Saint-Ferréol (74210)
Average length : 01h50
Total elevation gain : 208m
Vertical drop : 208m
Distance : 6.4km
Signed walking trail
Animals allowed

The name nicely captures the forest charm of this riverside walk, which provides numerous views of the southern part of the Bornes/Aravis mountains and of Mont Blanc. Take the time to visit this charming little hamlet and the chapel of Notre Dame de Grâce. From the car park, head right and go down the wide track to the hamlet of Nanbellet. Type of itinerary : circuit. Maps: IGN Top 25 n° 3431 OT Lac d’Annecy.

Loop
Total elevation gain : 208m
Altitude max : 1000m
Vertical drop : 208m
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    Prices

    Free access.

    Reception

    Animals allowed

    Period of practice

    From 15/05 to 01/12.

    Subject to favorable snow and weather conditions.

    Services
    • Pets welcome

    Access

    Parking de La Frasses des Combes, Chemin rural de Nantbellet au Col de l'Épine 74210 Saint-Ferréol
    Departing from : Saint-Ferréol (74210)
    Latitude : 45.778389 - Longitude : 6.341321

    Annecy – Col de l’Epine: 37 km. From Annecy, follow the N508 towards Faverges/Ugine. Go through Sevrier, Saint Jorioz, Duingt and Doussard, and then follow signs to the Col de l'Epine. Just before the Col, turn left towards “La Côte de Marlens” and park beside the telephone pylon.

    Information update on 29/05/2024 by Conseil Départemental de la Haute-Savoie
    Randonnée PDIPR (Plan Départemental des Itinéraires de Promenades et de Randonnées)