Cascade d'Angon

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Cascade d'Angon
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Richard_Heaps
Broadstairs, UK85 contributions
Impressive
Aug 2020 • Family
Steep walk up rocky path for about 45 mins through woods to cascade. Not much space along path by rock face to cascade which is very impressive and worth visiting. Not recommended for families with toddlers as path along rock face is very steep and slippery in places and can be tricky to negotiate.
Written August 25, 2020
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Anitavn42
Nederland51 contributions
Very nice, but choose your starting point.
Jun 2019 • Friends
All the reviews are right. But there is 3 ways to get there, easy, moderate and hard.
The easiest route is from the Verel parking.
The moderate ways is from Angon. Take the left entrance from the road, which says 50 minutes.
You can do a full circuit via Le Pont des Fées,
If you start 300 meter to the right at the small car park. A nice but harder walk (about 2.5 hours for the circuit)

The last part to the Cascade has a warning sign about it being hard and slippery and that is true.

Written June 29, 2019
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Chrissharb
Beirut, Lebanon923 contributions
Really nice
Jun 2018 • Solo
Beautiful walk from Ermitage Saint Germain to the Cascade d’Angon. Weather was so nice, you could hear the birds singing. The walk wasn’t tricky but needs some fitness to reach the top. Also, make sure you’re fit enough to go all the way until the end as it’s quite slippery.
Written June 22, 2018
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Eloise B
Bexhill-on-Sea, UK9 contributions
Medium difficulty hike to a great waterfall
Jun 2018 • Couples
A great opportunity to get up close and behind a waterfall. We walked from Menthon-Saint-Bernard and took the route to the waterfall from Talloires via Route du Vivier. It’s quite a steep walk and is very slippery close to the waterfalls. Advisable to hold onto the hand rails and wear appropriate walking/hiking shoes. We arrived at 1pm on a hot day and it wasn’t crowded at all. Recommend doing this hike.
Written June 17, 2018
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renibali
Geneva, Switzerland120 contributions
A must!
May 2018 • Couples
It is not an easy stroll, but not difficult at all. A waterfall is a must if u r in the area! Go early morning to avoid crowd and heat.
Written May 20, 2018
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_lisadotedwards
Oxford, UK2 contributions
Climbing more than walking - need good shoes
Aug 2017 • Family
Worth the effort but not suitable if you are not fairly fit and able to climb a little bit. V slippy at the edge leading to the waterfall itself,
Written September 11, 2017
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Gilad S
Kfar Saba, Israel134 contributions
Half easy, half difficult
Aug 2017 • Family
I was a little confused by the description of the walk since half seem to say it is easy and the other say it is difficult. Most of the walk is quite easy along a clear path in a forest (takes less than 30 min even with kids), but once you reach the cross road with the warning it starts to get a little tricky (but also much more fun with pretty views). This part is supposedly 20 min but it's busy, slippery and narrow in places so can easily take twice that amount of time. The end, when you reach the waterfall and can go up to almost touch it, requires hands and a rope and not suitable for children. The views on the second part of the path are also quite rewarding.
Written September 6, 2017
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stism
Grenoble, France1,354 contributions
Most enjoyable after rainfall and on a hot day
Jul 2017 • Friends
Leave your car at La Pirraz parking lot, half way between Talloires and Col de la Forclaz. From there, after 20 min walk you get to the entrance of the cascade path. Narrow, sometimes steep, quite slippery access is totally free of charge. Waterfall is at the end of this path, much fascinating especially after some rainfall. It can be a very cool attraction during a hot summer day.
Written July 14, 2017
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Mitrache F
Bucharest, Romania570 contributions
Great in the spring
Mar 2016 • Couples
If in the Annecy area you might take 20 min to visit this place. Follow Chemin de la Closette untill the end, park your car over there and then you have 20 min of a great walk. The walk is secured but slipery.
Written March 19, 2016
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yaelak2015
Tel Aviv, Israel107 contributions
Really enjoyed this track
Aug 2015 • Couples
Walked from Angon, and did the loop trail. A challenging walk, varied with beautiful views, the cascades and waterfall, the river, picnic area and gorgeous woods. Not too hard. Took us 3 hours to do the loop with breaks and pauses. Good for families too but not with a trolley, you need to carry babies in a travel carrier/safe seat. Not very suitable for people who have hard time climbing up (wouldn't take elderly there unless they are in great shape!)
A fun day in nature!
Written August 26, 2015
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