Les Ernets - La Poreyre

Route Information

Category
Region
Status
Open
Difficulty
Easy
Length
Duration
Ascent
Descent

Description

Les Ernets - La Poreyre

Take advantage of several existing routes from Frience, Les Ernets or Cergnement, for an easy to medium difficulty walk between Frience - Les Ernets - La Poreyre, in a panoramic setting facing the Argentine Massif and in the background, the Muverans Massif. From Les Ernets to La Poreyre, a short and easy uphill hike leads you to the farm of La Poreyre. Then continue to Frience (bus and parking), Solalex or Cergnement (bus and parking).

Practical Information

Access with the Gryon - Barboleuse - Alpe des Chaux shuttle bus. Free parking in Frience, Ls Ernets, Le Châble and Cergnement. Some safety recommendations: -Find out about the weather and snow conditions before setting off (no departure without visibility) - Carry a map or a plan of the route - Respect the signs and prohibitions - Stay on the groomed track - Beware of false tracks and turn back if in doubt - Carry appropriate equipment, drink and if possible a mobile phone - You are on your own responsibility when using the trails for hiking, cross-country skiing or sledging - We accept no responsibility for accidents, loss of control or problems caused by the forces of nature - Out of respect for the fauna and the environment, please keep your dog on a leash, pick up after it and avoid littering

Les Ernets - La Poreyre

Take advantage of several existing routes from Frience, Les Ernets or Cergnement, for an easy to medium difficulty walk between Frience - Les Ernets - La Poreyre, in a panoramic setting facing the Argentine Massif and in the background, the Muverans Massif. From Les Ernets to La Poreyre, a short and easy uphill hike leads you to the farm of La Poreyre. Then continue to Frience (bus and parking), Solalex or Cergnement (bus and parking).

Practical Information

Access with the Gryon - Barboleuse - Alpe des Chaux shuttle bus. Free parking in Frience, Ls Ernets, Le Châble and Cergnement. Some safety recommendations: -Find out about the weather and snow conditions before setting off (no departure without visibility) - Carry a map or a plan of the route - Respect the signs and prohibitions - Stay on the groomed track - Beware of false tracks and turn back if in doubt - Carry appropriate equipment, drink and if possible a mobile phone - You are on your own responsibility when using the trails for hiking, cross-country skiing or sledging - We accept no responsibility for accidents, loss of control or problems caused by the forces of nature - Out of respect for the fauna and the environment, please keep your dog on a leash, pick up after it and avoid littering

Course profile

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