Glacieres De Sylans
- Address: D1084, 01130 Les Neyrolles, France
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Point Of Interest
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Remote and quiet (apart from the highway next door), not much to do there, but nice place nonetheless. There's a possibility to walk on the ice if the winter is good enough
The ruined site of a one-time prosperous and important ice harvesting and storage facility that fell out of favour and into disrepair following the invention of the refrigerator is a must-see. There are information boards in both French and English that explain the process and the history - and which detail the hard life of the workers; as well as a series of atmospheric photographs taken inside the vast building (which for safety reasons is out of bounds to visitors). Steep wooden steps and a boardwalk take you down to the lake (chosen for the job because the purity of its water meant it froze at higher temperatures) and there's a gravel track on the other side of the building accessed more easily from the car park (where there's also a dry toilet). It's free to enter.
Nice area with rich local history
Very interesting place, it's only to be seen from the outside, but you are able to get all around the site and the information boards give a good insight in the place.
Interesting place and worth revisiting in summer.