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Fionnay - Barrage de Mauvoisin

Sport, Pedestrian sports, Hiking itinerary in Fionnay

6.5 km
2h 30min
Hard
  • Fionnay - Le Brecholay - Bonatchiesse - Géoparc - Mauvoisin - Barrage de Mauvoisin

  • Photo exhibition on the Mauvoisin dam cancelled
    Rock instabilities this spring have forced the Bagnes Museum to cancel the traditional photography exhibition at the dam this summer. The exhibition by Pauline Julier has been postponed until 2022.
    For safety reasons, visitors are asked to respect the restricted access signs posted throughout the Mauvoisin site.
    However, the Via Ferrata area is not affected by this situation.

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    Photo exhibition on the Mauvoisin dam cancelled
    Rock instabilities this spring have forced the Bagnes Museum to cancel the traditional photography exhibition at the dam this summer. The exhibition by Pauline Julier has been postponed until 2022.
    For safety reasons, visitors are asked to respect the restricted access signs posted throughout the Mauvoisin site.
    However, the Via Ferrata area is not affected by this situation.

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    To begin this itinerary, follow the road towards the Forces Motrices de Mauvoisin power plant. Once you arrive at the first crossroads, take the path on your right, then cross the bridge. After a gentle climb towards Le Brecholay, you’ll pass through a field where you might see a few marmots if you’re lucky. Once you arrive in the village of Bonatchiesse, continue on to the Géoparc, then walk through this to reach the Camping des Mélèzes. Once you leave the camp site, take the path that leads through the forest to the main road. Continue climbing towards Madzeria, where you’ll take a right to reach an old bridge. Continue climbing for another few minutes until you reach the Hôtel de Mauvoisin. At this point, you’ll be a 20-minute walk from the Mauvoisin Dam.
    VIP Pass :
    FREE : Pedestrian access on all lifts up to Mont-Fort (3’330m) & Postal buses
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