Gorges Du Fier

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  • Address: Lovagny, 74330 Annecy, France
  • Timings: 09:30 am - 06:15 pm Details
  • Phone: +33-0450462307
  • Ticket Price: 5 EUR
  • Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Waterfront, River, Scenic Drive, Adventure, Adventure Sport, Nature

Gorges Du Fier - Review

Gorges du Fier is a walking path wrapped around the river carved canyon that adds to the adventure of the city of Annecy. This point in the city offers attractive views because of its elevated positioning and is ideal for photography as well. at the exit point you have a display pertaining to relevant information geological underpinnings of the canyon. Your trip to this adventure spot in Annecy is sure to be a good one if you love exploring hidden facts and experiencing the beauty of new places.

Gorges Du Fier Information

  • Avoid visiting the place on a rainy day.
  • The Gorges du fier can be easily accessed by car.
  • You can take a bus and get off at the nearby village and walk your way to the Fier.
  • Trips to the fier are available as well.
  • You have to pay an entry fee before you start the hike.

How To reach Gorges Du Fier by Public Transport

  • Bus: Chavanod Bus Stop
  • Etang Bus Stop
  • Train: Gare de Pringy Station                
  • ACY Station

Restaurants Near Gorges Du Fier

  • Gite L'Epicurien Chavanod
  • Pricaz Claudine
  • L'Auberge de l'Etang

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TripHobo Highlights for Gorges Du Fier

  • Gorges Du Fier Address: Lovagny, 74330 Annecy, France
  • Gorges Du Fier Contact Number: +33-0450462307
  • Gorges Du Fier Timing: 09:30 am - 06:15 pm
  • Gorges Du Fier Price: 5 EUR
  • Time required to visit Gorges Du Fier: 01:00 Hrs
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Things to Know Before Visiting Gorges Du Fier

  • 54.43% of people who visit Annecy include Gorges Du Fier in their plan

  • 49.07% of people start their Gorges Du Fier visit around 3 PM - 4 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Gorges Du Fier

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday

93.1% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Gorges Du Fier

People normally club together Librairie Decitre and Le Semnoz while planning their visit to Gorges Du Fier.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Gorges Du Fier Trips

Gorges Du Fier, Annecy Reviews

  • Taking a short walk in a full of running water gorge was never that easy and comfortable. Just next to Annecy there is the wonderful Gorges du Fier. A deep gorge curved in the rocks is beautifully set with bridges and balconies. A medieval tale about a knight and a page boy which is written on a sign by the trail, helps to transform the journey in the enchanted gorge into a magical dreamlike fantasy. Great for a three hours trip with the family.

  • This place took a little while to get to, but it was totally worth the drive. The drive was gorgeous through Countryside and some mountains. We were surprised by a view of a castle on a hill on our way to the Gorge. Once we got to the gorge it was easy to find free parking. Better once we got into the area we were able to get some tickets for cheap and start going through the gorge and seeing some amazing things. The entire place was green and gorgeous and it was enjoyable to watch. after we walk to the gorge we actually notice that there was another walking point we decided to go off the trail and down to the river. We got to put our feet in the cold water and just enjoy The View. I would recommend this place to anybody who is in the Annecy area.

  • Looks amazing. Not a huge amount of time to spend here but good for the entry price really. Gets quite busy on the board walks which are quite tight. Tie this trip in with the Chateau up the road and you'll have a great morning out.

  • we traveled it on September, with 4 years old, that walked all the way and back. the way and back took us 120 minutes with one long stop to eat. it is mostly flat road. we saw the train passing a couple of times during the path, which was excited for our kid. recommended.

  • Recommended by the tourist office in Annecy and thoroughly appreciated by us. It was a short, but well worthwhile experience. The information leaflet was comprehensive and useful.

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