Fenil Durand

Route Information

Category
Region
Status
Closed
Difficulty
Easy
Length
Duration
Ascent
Descent

Description

Col du Pillon - Grande Moille - Col du Pillon

Reach the start of this trail by driving to the Col du Pillon or take the shuttle bus from Les Diablerets. The trail starts on the snow-covered road leading to Lac Retaud and Isenau and leads through the forest (also a pedestrian path). About 300 metres before reaching Lac Retaud, turn left at the last bend through hills and forests. Then head towards the place called "Fenil-Durand", then go up the path in the direction of the Col du Pillon which runs along the road to Pillon, on the heights. This route is also possible in both directions.

Practical Information

Some safety recommendations: - Find out about the weather and snow conditions. - Take a map or a plan of the route. - Respect the signs and prohibitions. - Always stay on the groomed track. - Turn back if in doubt. - Take a drink and a mobile phone. - Take back your rubbish. - Out of respect for the fauna and the environment, keep your dog on a lead and pick up after it. You take on the hiking, cross-country skiing or sledging trails under your own responsibility. The tourist offices do not accept any responsibility for accidents, loss of control or problems caused by the forces of nature.

Col du Pillon - Grande Moille - Col du Pillon

Reach the start of this trail by driving to the Col du Pillon or take the shuttle bus from Les Diablerets. The trail starts on the snow-covered road leading to Lac Retaud and Isenau and leads through the forest (also a pedestrian path). About 300 metres before reaching Lac Retaud, turn left at the last bend through hills and forests. Then head towards the place called "Fenil-Durand", then go up the path in the direction of the Col du Pillon which runs along the road to Pillon, on the heights. This route is also possible in both directions.

Practical Information

Some safety recommendations: - Find out about the weather and snow conditions. - Take a map or a plan of the route. - Respect the signs and prohibitions. - Always stay on the groomed track. - Turn back if in doubt. - Take a drink and a mobile phone. - Take back your rubbish. - Out of respect for the fauna and the environment, keep your dog on a lead and pick up after it. You take on the hiking, cross-country skiing or sledging trails under your own responsibility. The tourist offices do not accept any responsibility for accidents, loss of control or problems caused by the forces of nature.

Course profile

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