Lac de Vallon, Bellevaux

#27 of 54 in Nature in Haute-Savoie
Must see · Water Body · Nature / Park
Lac de Vallon is a lake at Bellevaux in the Haute-Savoie department of France. The lake formed in 1943 when a landslide blocked the course of the Brévon river.

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  • Beautiful place, but the whole lakeside area is covered with used toilet paper from fishers and campers making it quite disgusting. I don’t understand why people think it is acceptable to leave used....  more »
  • A small lake naturally created in 1943 after a landslide from the mountain above, flooding the farm at the bottom of the valley... It is a pleasure to go around the lake even there is not a clear...  more »
  • Stunning views around Lac du Vallon
  • Nice place for free camp, bon fire (you need to bring all your gears thought, no sanitaries). It is better to stay on the opposite side of the road, after the old chapel 'saint Bruno'.There is a submerged old village in the lac. Unfortunately it is forbidden to swim and snorkel.
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