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Tour des Cabanes

Sport, Pedestrian sports, Trail route in Bruson
89.0 km
Very difficult
  • Probably the most complete loop in terms of diversity of landscapes and terrains. Discover the huts of the Bagnes valley and its rich heritage.

  • From Le Châble, head towards Mont-Brulé, offering you a 360° view. Then go back down to the Mille hut, then to the Brunet hut to rest for the night. The next day you will reach the moraine of the Corbassière glacier, which you will cross using the spectacular footbridge of the same name, to finally see the Panossière hut. Continue in the direction of the Col des Otanes to reach the Mauvoisin dam and then the Chanrion hut, the ideal place to enjoy a night of recuperation. When you wake up,...
    From Le Châble, head towards Mont-Brulé, offering you a 360° view. Then go back down to the Mille hut, then to the Brunet hut to rest for the night. The next day you will reach the moraine of the Corbassière glacier, which you will cross using the spectacular footbridge of the same name, to finally see the Panossière hut. Continue in the direction of the Col des Otanes to reach the Mauvoisin dam and then the Chanrion hut, the ideal place to enjoy a night of recuperation. When you wake up, walk along the dam and continue towards the Sarshlau pass to reach the Louvie hut, the last stop before reaching Le Châble via the Mont-Fort hut.
  • Spoken languages
    • French
  • Documentation
    GPX / KML files allow you to export the trail of your hike to your GPS (or other navigation tool)
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