Last August, on the final day of my Tour du Mont Blanc, my itinerary brought me up to Lac Blanc, located in the Aiguilles Rouges Natural Reserve at 2352m above the Chamonix valley. The place was so crowded, I’ve immediately decided not to stop by and head down to the valley. But I had in mind to come back later on this year once the peak season would be off.
Not far from the place I call home, is a lake surrounded by mountains. Lake Annecy or the blue lake as we sometimes name it, is the cleanest lake in Europe. A natural gateway to the northern parts of the French Alps and a perfect playground for outdoors lovers and adventurers. Continue reading “La Tournette, Annecy Lake”