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All reviews natural wonder worth a visit afraid of heights interesting place railway line free car park rushing water ticket booth lovely walk small cafe per adult great place to visit visiting annecy rock formations beautiful gorge narrow walkway nature
We arrived late morning on a hot day and it was busy as we had to park on the road away from the free car park.
The queue to get in was seemingly short however there was only one till taking payment for entrance and...More
We highly recommend for everyone! They are very easy to reach, less than half hour from Annecy, and can be combined with Montrotier Castle which is only a few hundrend meters from the entrance of the Gorges. You can do both in a couple of...More
Very reasonable entry price for a very unique experience. It is not a long walk and relatively flat until the end bit off the boardwalk. Very narrow in places and people have to come back the way they came so passing needs to be carefully...More
It’s a short walk from the car park to the ticket booth, and then you’re in the gorge itself.
The pathway is very narrow and it’s a right pain when there’s people trying to travel in opposite directions.
The gorge was ok, we could hear...More
About 20 minute driver from Annecy Lake, this is worth taking a diversion for. It is quite well signed from Annecy and there is parking. There is a walk close by to a chateau as well but the walk down to the gorge crosses the...More
Try to avoid this place, as all the. people we met there got their stuff stolen from their cars while hiking.
We went hiking for an hour and a half and upon returning to the car, the window was broken and our souvenirs were nowhere...More
Although not seeing any dogs, I certainly didn't see any prohibition signs. The guys in the café are also the gateway attendants, and very, very laid back. I can't even imagine any problem ... but for sure a dog will need to... More
Although not seeing any dogs, I certainly didn't see any prohibition signs. The guys in the café are also the gateway attendants, and very, very laid back. I can't even imagine any problem ... but for sure a dog will need to be kept on a lead for its own safety.
Can't be of much help on the subject. When I visited Gorges du Fier, I don't recall seeing any taxis around. If you are already visiting Annecy, you can enquire there. But, it'll definitely be more than a few Euros.