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Randonnée : Mont de Grange par l'arête de Bel Air

Walking/pedestrian in Abondance

5.6 km
Walking/pedestrian
7h
Hard
  • A panoramic trail to get the top of the Mont de Grange (2432 m) from Abondance.

    Several departures are possibles from Abondance:
    - From the Ogay in Richebourg, in direction of the Chalets de Pertuis.
    - By Charmy l'Adroit, take the Enquernaz and then the path which links Leschaux and Pertuis.

    Follow the Bel Air ridge, you pass closed to a cross and then there is a rocky climb wich lead to the top of the Mont de Grange.

    Descent:
    - The return can be done by the same way
    - An itinerary...
    A panoramic trail to get the top of the Mont de Grange (2432 m) from Abondance.

    Several departures are possibles from Abondance:
    - From the Ogay in Richebourg, in direction of the Chalets de Pertuis.
    - By Charmy l'Adroit, take the Enquernaz and then the path which links Leschaux and Pertuis.

    Follow the Bel Air ridge, you pass closed to a cross and then there is a rocky climb wich lead to the top of the Mont de Grange.

    Descent:
    - The return can be done by the same way
    - An itinerary is possible longest by the Coicon crest, then take Lenlevay, Jouly Chalets, Follebin and Pertuis.
  • Documentation

    GPX / KML files allow you to export the trail of your hike to your GPS (or other navigation tool)
  • Accepted customers

    • Individuals
Points of interest
1 Mont de Grange summit
Culminating at 2432m altitude, the Mont de Grange dominates the Abondance valley. The massif is part of the European network Natura 2000 (1,261 hectares) since 2003 and is a game reserve.<br/>The most discreet hikers can observe chamois, marmots, ptarmigan, foxes ... As well as many mountain flowers.

Natura 2000 is a network of protected natural sites across Europe, identified for the rarity or fragility of their wild species, and the natural habitats that house them. The objective is to preserve the biodiversity of these spaces in the long term without banishing all human activities and to enhance the natural heritage of this territory. Natura 2000 is not a nature reserve in the strict sense.
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